Pokkiri-Complete Tamil Video Songs-Asin-Vijay

Pokkiri is the New Tamil Film by Asin and Vijay, Directed by Prabhudeva. You can Download and watch Online , The New High Quality video songs from Pokkiri  and Enjoy this video Songs. Asin has a cute Bollywood look in this new Film by Prabudeva.Pokkiri is a Remake of an old Tamil film by Mannan Rajinikant.It has already been Remade in Kannada and was a very BIG HIT. Now its going to be Remaked in Bollywood too.Enjoy Pokkiri Video Songs. Pokkir has been remade in hindi and telugu by Salman Khan and Mahesh Babu pairing Ayesha Takia and illeana.

Mambazham

Nee Mutham Ondru

Adungada

En Chella Peru

A R Rahman Nominated for National Award

a-r-rahman.jpg South India film actress Shobana and music director A R Rahman today expressed happiness over being chosen for the best actress and best music director awards respectively in the 49th edition of the National Film awards, announced in Delhi today. When contacted, Shobana, who shared the best actress award with Tabu, said she was immensely happy though she did not expect it. It is a big achievement by a South Indian actress, as the best actress award is coming to the south after 1994,she said. Shobana excelled in her role of a lonely mother in Mitr-My Friend. Rahmans office quoted him as saying he was honored to receive the award, as he was getting it for the third time. While the first two were for his Tamil films, Roja and Minsaara Kanavu, he was receiving the national award for the third time for a Hindi film, Aamir Khans Lagaan. He thanked the jury and others for their support in getting the National award

AR Rahman at his Best on GURU

Album: “Guru”; Music Director: A.R. Rahman; Lyricist: Gulzar; Music Label: Sony BMG

“Guru” is one of the rare occasions when Mani Ratnam, A.R. Rahman and Gulzar have come together. Loosely based on the life of Reliance founder Dhirubhai Ambani, the film has Abhisekh Bachchan playing the role of the late business icon.

“The album begins with “Barso re”, a lively rain song crooned by Shreya Ghosal and Uday Majumdar and arranged beautifully by Rahman.

“Tere bina” is no doubt the highpoint of the album and has a typical Rahman flavour. Sung by Rahman and Chinmayee with additional vocals by Murtaza Qadir, “Tere bina” is a great love song that rides on equally great lyrics. Rahman has rightly dedicated this song to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.

“Ek lo ek muft” is a rustic number where Rahman fails to capitalise on the voice of Bappi Lahiri and Chitra. A completely situational song, it has additional vocals by Tanvi, Saloni, Boney and Jaidev

“Baazi laga” by Udit Narayan, Madhushree, Swetha and Bhargavee is a mundane number, most unlike Rahman.

“Mayya” is the result of what Rahman is best at – fusion. Sung by Mayyam Toller with additional vocals by Chinmayee and Keerthi, it has Arabic elements blended with Indian folk.

“Ay hairathe” is an intoxicating ghazal by Hariharan and Alka Yagnik with Rahman and Aslam Mohammed also lending their voices.

“Jaage hain” is for the classical music buffs. Chitra and Rahman sing this number with Madras Chorale Group providing the orchestral delights.

In “Guru” Rahman, who penned hits like “Roja”, “Bombay”, “Rang De Basanti” and “Lagaan”, proves his class once again.

Undoubtedly one of the finest contemporary musicians, Rahman’s effort in “Guru” is boosted by Gulzar’s lyrics.

More Video Songs of Chennai Kadhal

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Angel Angel

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Video Songs from Chennai Kadhal

Chennai Kadhal is a Superhit Tamil Movie from Bharat And Genelia. All Video Songs and Movie clips from Chennai Kadhal are posted to the Tamil Videos Section. Watch Online all the Video Songs and Enjoy

Chennai Kadhal Music Review

Chennai Kadhal – Good in parts 

After a long gap, director Vikraman is back in business. But this time he teams up with Kadhal fame Joshua Sridhar instead of his favourite S A Rajkumar.

Joshua Sridhar, who showed promise in his maiden venture Kadhal, managed an ordinary outing in his next few movies.

Chennai Kadhal was obviously an opportunity for Joshua to prove that he is no ‘one film wonder.’

Realising the responsibility, Joshua has managed to come up with hummable scores.

A youthful entertainer as the title suggests, Vikraman and Joshua have come out with music that will appeal to the new generation.

With lyrics by Viveka and Pa Vijay and peppy beats accompanying them, the songs do manage to strike a chord.

It is good work by Joshua. But considering his potential, one can say that the young music composer certainly can do more better.

Angel Angel (Karthik, Sunitha)

A roaring beginning. With the help of additional rhythms, keyboards and electric guitars, Joshua sets the tone right at the start. An energetic tune and smooth flow of music, the song does make the listeners feel brisk.

It is a song in which a youngster describes the qualities of a lover. Karthik seems to have taken cue from legendary SPB’s romantic numbers of early 1980s. He fleshes out the emotions with aplomb. Quite catchy and trendy.

Thimirae Thimirae (Sriram Parthasarathy, Swetha)

This is certainly S A Rajkumar territory. Ponderous, the tablas, dholaks (favourites of Rajkumar) come into play. Also the tune is familiar to the ones of Rajkumar.

Sriram Parthasarathy, one of the most delightful singers around, is outstanding as only he can be. In the company of Swetha, he stands out.

Salladai Salladai (Karthik, Swetha)

Any music album is incomplete without a song based on folk music. Joshua has rendered a westernised folk song with Karthik and Swetha around. The tune gives an impression of songs often heard before. Swetha’s open-throated voice is the real attraction. Of course, that doesn’t mean Karthik is wanting. Viveka has penned the lyrics.

Enjoy Idhu Irubathu (Ranjith, Blaze)

A typical number for floor dance. This song gives an impression of listening to a song on some western music channel. With percussion instruments dominating the lyrics and a pacy rap rendered in the middle by Blaze, it is sure to go down well with the youngsters.

But towards the end the music is so loud that the lyrics of Pa Vijay go missing. It is a song set on a campus where the students celebrate the spirit of youth.

Silusilukum Silmishamae (Naresh Iyer, Kalpana)

A racy romantic duet. Joshua has again opted for peppy western beats. The beginning is very smooth with just a guitar accompanying the first few lines. Unfortunately as the song progresses, a host of instruments join in. The music composer has opted a different pattern here. The song begins on a particular tune and goes on to catch another and towards the end, it is back to where it began. Naresh Iyer and Kalpana have struck to their task.

Rendamjamam (Hariharan, Sangeetha)

Though Hariharan renders just a single number in the album, it is he who walks away with all honours. It is a melody but accompanied by peppy beats. Hariharan has sung keeping in tune with the beats and at the same time ensures that the melody is not lost. Joshua’s skillful instrumentation is another highlight of the song.

Chennai Kadhal, on the whole, is worth a listen.