Saturday, June 23, 2007


Hey! Everyone speaks, let me too take this opportunity to talk about our Super-Man!

'Sivaji' is an awesome treat to all Rajni fans, and to every common man. 'Thalaiva' ,there is no need for you to strain yourself as you have done in the movie. We just need you on the screen. That itself will make the movie run for years. Rajnikanth has put in a wondrous and magnanimous performance. Ultimate laughter, entertainer, romance, action, family oriented cinema given by Rajnikanth and the director.

His make-up is the talk of the nation. Will anyone else get his ravishingly attractive charm. And that's why he is called the solitary Super Star of Indian Cinema. His 12 different hairstyles are a treat to our eyes. Kudos to the hair-stylist and the make-up men! The umpteen number of dashing clothes which he wears in the movie makes everyone in the theatre feel 'If I were Rajni.....'.And the hype created for this movie was immensely intensifying. Even a poor man on the road wants to watch the movie due to the stimulation created. When I went for a show I saw a man in a wheel chair brought by his relatives-die hard fans of Rajnikanth, and I am one among them!

About the movie; well everyone says its the same old 'Rajni-formula'. As far as he appears on the screen the crowd is ready to watch. Rajni delivers ultimate comedy pairing with 'Chinna Kalaivanar' Vivek. And equally good romantic scenes where in Shriya becomes a treat to men's eyes. Beware ladies! Speaking about Shriya, her 'presentation' is absolutely stunning. Someone actually told me 'When Shankar(Director) was able to give a magnifying popularity for a saaaaaadha Sadha, why not Shriya?' Highly traditional look as 'Tamizhchelvi' throughout the movie except for the songs wherein she gets transformed to a sexy damsel. The umpteen number of colourful, dazzling costumes she wears the songs makes every young woman feel 'If I were Shriya.....' Though the Kerala product Nayantara appears just for a song she competes equally with Shriya in her 'presentation'.

'Is he Suman? Man, his smile is awesome with that little dirty coloured tooth.His RayBan glasses,fair complexion mixed with 'naan pottu vachu pongal saapidravan ila da.....' kind of dialogues depicts a seemly decorous decent looking villain. As far as the storyline is considered an elevation to a multi-millionaire from an initial capital of one rupee is wonderfully handled. The tricks and tactics handled by the software professional(Rajni) are simply superb which makes every common man think whether he has to make use of his brains at least once. The 'Black Money' handling is again an untold story, and Rajni blends himself within the story and gives a mixture of style and professionalism.

As far as the music is considered-
Oru Koodai Sunlight
: An unusual Rajni song,
Balle Lakka: Kudos to SPB for that breathless attempt, a feather in his cap.
Vaaji Vaaji:Amazing background effects blended with the Art Direction.
Athiradi Kaaran
: Rehman Proves.
A special mention about the instrumental fight scene where one has to notice the re-recording of the music director.

On the whole 'Naan late a vandhaalum latesta varuven' is THE APT dialogue for our one and only superstar Mr.Rajnikanth! Hope he does not make us all wait for his next release.


payyan said...

Saw this movie a few days back. But sadly enough it rathers shows Shankar's direction in a poor light. This inspite of the wacky dialogues, sensational sets and more. What do you think of the camera? I found it shoddy.

Came up on your blog after traversing funny land in ouchmytoe. Good work.


Anuradha said...

Hey thanx man...hope u continue reading....

As far as SIVAJI is concerned according to me camera work was excellent....especially with the songs....wat r ur comments?

payyan said...

The camera really did not do much justice to the great sets by tharani Sir. I wish Shankar had engaged PC Sreeram for the job. A subject like this neeeded more moody lighting. Just compare the shots with mvies like indian, gentleman and even anniyan. It does fall short.

I do agree the songs looked good.

and thx for the reply.
My gmail id is

Have to read ur other articles as and when i find time.

Anuradha said...

thanx for spending ur time in my blog...

coming back to Sivaji, i saw it for the second time today! for more clearer observation... :-)
'Vaaji Vaaji' did have moody lighting.....!maybe Shankar dint want to give a 'Manirathnam-movie' effect...

payyan said...

oops, hats off to you! i would have seen it just for Vivek, not for rajni. Incidentally Anniyan was on TV yesterday. I still feel it was better in every way.

Did you see Veyil? I think it was one of the best tamil movies in recent times.


Anuradha said...

I agree, Vivek is 'the comedian' of recent tamil cinema...

But me being a die-hard fan of Rajni wont hesitate to see the movie another time too... :-)

I have not seen Veyil, heard a lot abt it. got to watch it sometime in near future....wat r ur comments abt mozhi?

payyan said...

Mozhi was good. But i think the theme has been done before and better. Well, it reflects our sad times, when something is better than nothing.

Seen Sajeev kumar and jaya bhaduri in Koshish? If so, you'll understand.


Anuradha said...

Well, me yet to watch Mozhi...oh then is it a remake of Koshish or somethin like dat...

payyan said...

Not a remake. Its an original story. But fails to impress by any measure.

A movie for bobbysoxers and the 10001 fans of Prithviraj in TN.

payyan said...

Pssssssss! How do i go directly to ur blog? Now i have to trample jammy and reach you.

frustrated payyan

Anuradha said...

Hmmm Rajesh,

just say anuradhafeels in google...u will reach here!!!

payyan said...

thanks for the tip. Will try it next time.

Anuradha said...

Anytime! :-)