Sunday, August 21, 2005

A Journey that started from Kannathil

It’s a dream come true if you could capture all the things you love in a single picture… Something of that sort is what happened when I saw Kannathil Muthamital song. It had almost all the things I could dream of, my favorite director Manirathnam, excellent cinematography by Ravi.K.Chandran, out of the world location, sensual Simran and A.R.Rahman.

This song also gave us the brilliant young talent Chinmayi. The voice brought in a whole new dimension to the song…in Hindi there is a saying “Sone pe Suhaaga”…which aptly fits the above description.

First time I heard that song, I thought that the song was sung by some well experienced Classical Singer…It was a pleasant shock to me, when I heard that the voice belongs a new teenager on the block…how could a singer deliver such magic with significantly no experience…Trust me God has a very uncanny way of doing miracles…

From kannathil in Kannathil Muthamital to Engu Piranthathu in Vishwa Thulasi, It never stops to amaze me. After a long gap, I hear a voice that speaks out the feeling and the mood of the song. This voice proves yet again, that music does not have a language.
“Oru Nanban Irunthal” from E20U18 is a good example.

“Sandhipoma”, “Puthu Kadal Padalamithu”, “Kadhalikum Asai”…20+ songs and more coming our way..

I thank god that I am able to see such miracles. I wish all success to Chinmayi… I am ready to be amazed more.