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Solli Tholaiyen Ma Lyrics From Yakkai

Movie : Yakkai
Song : Solli Tholaiyen Ma Lyrics
Music : Yuvan Shankar Raja
Singer : Dhanush
Lyrics : Vignesh Sivv

Kaana Poona Kadhala
Naana Kenji Kekkuren
Poona Poguthu Kadhala
Solli Tholiyen Ma
Veena Neram Poguthu
En Maanam Kappal Erudhu
Thaana Vandhu Kaadhala
Solli Tholaiyen Ma

Nee Ok Solli Tholanja
Thara Kuthu Poduven
Illa Venam Solla Thuninja
Solo Song ah Paduven

Unakku Wait Panni
En Body Weak Aaguthu
Basement Shake Aguthu
Heart-u Break Aguthu
Loveahh Sollaathathaale
Nenju Lock Aaguthu
Current Illatha
Oor Pola Dark Aguthu

Vaaram Onnula
Kanavula Vandha
Vaaram Rendula
Manasulla Vandha
Moonam Varame
Rathathilayum Neethan
Ada En Maa En Maa

Nalla Pakkura
Koocha Padamanee
Nalla Illikira
Loveh Solla Mattum
Yenma Moraikkura
Sariye Illamaa
Ada Poo Ma Poo Maa

No No Summa Sonnenamma
Unakkaga Poranthavan
Nan Mattum Thanma
Un Kooda Vazhave
Thinam Thorum Saguren
Kaapathu Kadhala
Solli Tholaiyenma

Poona Poguthu Kadhala
Solli Tholiyen Ma

Unakku Wait Panni
Wait Panni
Wait Panni
Unakku Wait Panni
En Body Weak Aaguthu
Basement Shake Aguthu
Heart-u Break Aguthu
Loveahh Sollaathathaale
Nenju Lock Aaguthu
Current Illatha
Oor Pola Dark Aguthu

 

SINGAM II- My Review- EXCLUSIVE

July 5, 2013 1 comment

English: Anushka Shetty at the TeachAIDS launc...

Continuation of Durai Singam‘s mission in thoothukudi followed by SouthAfrica..
As witnessed in the ads it is an in and out mindless masala movie with the routine route of a fight follwed by a song and comedy sequence and sentiment
in the whole first half.
There are so many ribtickling serious scenes in the movie as well.
Suriya- He performed well indeed. Fire in acting.Few scenes were really powerful especiallly the interval block and first 20 mins
of the second half.
Apart from it drug smuggling,gypsy chasing,hero flying, etc., etc., blah blah you can predict the next scene well in advance..
Hari‘s route is this but there are so many obstacles he should have seen it. Trying to make the scenes jet speed is ok but it should
have continued throughout the movie.
Santhanam does the humour part,nice but silly dialogues and Vivek did a role similiar to sathyan in thuppaki.
Hansika was so cute. Her role is heavier than Anushka who filled the glamour portions in songs.
Coming to DSP the music is below average and the singam theme was ok for few moments. “Singam Dance” song was the best of the worst.
There are lots of starcast among them Mukesh rishi and rahman doing the Villain role followed by Danny the Afrian drug leader who was disgusting.
Graphics and VFX works horrible,
V.T.Vijayan failed to cut a lot of unnecessary scenes.
Priyan’s cinematography was apt for the movie.
It is nothing wrong in doing masala and commercial movies but it should satisy atleast fans of the hero.
If it doesn’t satisy even the fans then it is no use in marketting, still the makers of this movie
are keen in telugu market value and i believe that they overpowered the hero with tons of masses and ultimately it reversed against the
hero.People however will be forced to go to the theatres in the first week by the promotions.After that it may run only in tv ads as superhit.
And the movie is very lengthy almost close to 3 hrs.. you need some patience as well..
On the whole to sum it up there are some noteworthy scenes then and there you can surpass it by those saviours.

Singam II-Mission failed to fullfill

Ratings

Story                   –   3.5 / 5

Direction           –    3.8 / 5

Acting                 –    3.7 / 5

Other areas       –     3.5 / 5

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Overall               –     3.6  / 5

Annakodi – Review

June 28, 2013 1 comment

It was a rather disappointing term, as it took five years and further delay for director Bharathiraja to deliver his next bout of creativity. As he quotes often, across the length and breadth of Tamil Nadu, many of the small towns and villages have a tale of their own, narrating their part of the world with staunch beliefs, faith and customary practices. Known to boldly highlight that which is often either taken for granted or shied away from, Bharathiraja usually ensures that he has left no stone unturned, in each of his movie. This is what guaranteed him six national awards, for his classic yesteryear entertainers.

A journey that began in ’16 Vayathinile’, awarded him a choice award right in his debut. Proceeding on a journey through ‘Kizhake Pogum Rail’, ‘Sigappu Rojakal’, ‘Nizhalgal’, ‘Oru Kaidhiyin Diary’, ‘Tik Tik Tik’ and many more, Bharathiraja became a brand name. With National Award winning films like ‘Mudhal Mariyadhai’ and ‘Karuthamma’, he brought out the best that Kollywood can deliver. Among most of his movies, there has been a fine thread of similarity, that brings out one of the deadliest plague of the society – caste bias and discrimination. Expressed vividly in ‘Alaigal Oivathillai’ and ‘Karuthamma’, the typical Bharathiraja touch has been about love that blooms and flourishes beyond societal stereotypes like caste, creed and money – which, disappointingly, falls emotionless and flat in ‘Annakodi’.

First there was speculation about the name, then the release date and then the movie itself; all this had only increased the expectations movie, for when there is a controversy, there’s bound to a success story. Unfortunately, none of that marketing worked the trick here. First things first – the film is period set, probably close to independence, which is evident in the police’s half pants. Two small villages that nurture the hero and heroine each, and as predictable as it can get, the two populus are eternally at customary loggerheads. And there begins the saga of love. Starting off at a mutual taunting misunderstanding, as it most often happens, the two fall madly in love with one another. There is a bad yet influential man in the village, who composes the rest of the story, and who gets who in the end, is ultimately all ‘Annakodi’ is about. Well, easier said than done.

Bharathiraja has always defined love in new and out-of-the-box the box explanations. This one is also an off-beat portrayal of how the lead pair influence the life of one another and change their lives forever. Set in the backdrop of draught stricken village that thrives on farmer and shepherd population, forms an easy excuse for the love birds to join hands stealthily every now and then. This delivers a definite earthen feeling, where the director scores high, as always. Add to this, there are a lot more twists in the story, than you can ever imagine. However, despite all this, it is quite monotonous.

The second half is quite a balm, but not sure whether it is because there is a much needed break in between, or because there is actually more stuff per scene than the former. The last hour brings out most of what was intended to be a part of the movie – it ranges between love, separation, angst and anger. Going further, the movie gets highly predictable at every frame, and the story is no suspense. As if caught up in a drama competition, running out of time, climax is quite sudden, but comes as an entertaining relief.

On the other hand, everyone is advancing and becoming up to date, and our dear director is no exception to the rule. The bad side of the advancement is exposure and raw details, a glimpse of which was served in the teasers. Although the government cleared the film with U/A at the Censor Board, no adult may want the a child watching it, even under their supervision. Since it is a big director’s movie, Lakshman Narayan, Karthika and Manoj are to get a big break, but their contribution on this regard seems too little. GV Prakash has done a good job with regard to background score and music, and justifies the movie to the best extent possible, from his side of work. Picture is crystal clear, so make up could have taken care of, a little better. If the teaser made you squirm in your seat, then please be informed that it was after all only the teaser, while the whole movie lies ahead of it.

In all, the movie is a hard core love struggle, the burden of which reaches the audience by all means. After all the painful wait and suspense about the movie, the output is not quite satiating; and it is disappointing that this comes from one of the most sought after directors. To savour your earthen tastes, and for your love for the director, you can try and sit through the two hours odd long story once.

Verdict: You may like it for Bharathiraja

Rating: 1.75/5

Step-by-Step guide to Facebook Conversion Tracking

Step 1: Once you log in to your ‘Ads Manager’ tab, click on the Conversion Tracking button on the left side bar.

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Step 2: Then click on the ‘Create Conversion Pixel’ tab to begin the process.

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Step 3: You will be directed to this pop-up, which will ask you for a:

1. Name: An appropriate name will help you remember what you are tracking. (Example: Lead Generation – GATE Ad)

2. Category: This will help you decide the type of action that you want to track on your site. You can choose from the following:

1. Checkouts

2. Registrations

3. Leads

4. Key Page Views

5. Adds to Cart

6. Other Website Conversions

(For the purpose of this example, we have selected ‘Leads’).

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Step 4: You will be able to see a pop-up window with a JavaScript code. This is the code that you will have to add to the page where the conversion will happen. This will let you track the conversions back to ads which you are running on Facebook.

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The code should be placed on the page that a user will finally see when the transaction is complete.

Here is the tricky part. The code should not go on all pages. For that matter, it should not even go to the landing page of your product. The code should be placed on the page that a user will finally see when the transaction is complete.

For Example: If you want to track when students register for your GATE coaching, paste the code on the registration confirmation page/thank you page and not on the form that they need to submit.

How do you confirm that your conversion is working properly?

1. Check that the javascript snippet has been placed on the correct conversion page. Visit the page where the pixel has been embedded, right click and go to ‘View Page Source’ to find the pixel. The code should have the tag of the HTML. See image below.

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2. Check that Facebook is receiving the conversion events from your website. Go to the conversion tracking tab in your Ads Manager account. There you will see a list of the conversion tracking pixels that you have created. If the conversion tracking pixel has been successfully implemented and a conversion event has been recorded, it will be reflected in the Pixel Status column. If the status shows active, it means that the page which contains the pixel has been viewed by users. If it shows inactive, it means that over the last 24 hours, the page with the pixel has not been viewed.

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3.Later, when you  create your Facebook ad , you need to check the track conversions box under the campaign, pricing and schedule tab to enable tracking.

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Vaangana Vanakangana Lyrics Thalaivaa Songs Lyrics

June 4, 2013 1 comment

http://www.tsonglyrics.com/2013/05/vaangana-vanakangana-lyrics-thalaiva.html

Movie: Thalaiva
Music: GV PrakashKumar
Lyrics: Na Muthukumar
Singer: Vijay

What bro ?, nadanam ?
song ah? ..baangu..
yaar anngae.. bro-ku oru baangu

what ? again baangu?
songu ? songu ..enga paadu

Vaangana vanakangana
my song-a ne kelungana
naa olrala olaralana
romba feelingu feelinguna

Hey aanaana oohnaana
un aala thaedi pova
nee venaanu ponaina
nee dhevadhaasaa aava
ava late-ah thaana
tata solluva pinnaala pogaadha

Ye oothiko oothiko oothikona
manasa ne konjam thaethikana
Quater-u water-u serndhuchuna
kottudhu kadhal thathuvamna

Vaangana vanakangana
my song-a ne kelungana
naa olrala olaralana
romba feelingu feelinguna

Life-u oru boatukanga
safety-ah otungana
love-ula maattikitta
sethula sikkidumna

Hittler-u torture ellaam
history pesudhunna
ivalunga torture ellaam
yaaarumey pesalanna
(factu factu)

Whisky bear bodhathaan
mooney hour-il pogumna
hasky voice-il pesuva
pogaadhu andha podhanna

paathunee vilundhatanna
elundhida maatennaa

Ye oothiko oothiko oothikona
manasa ne konjam thaethikana
Quater-u water-u serndhuchuna
kottudhu kadhal thathuvamna

Vaangana vanakangana
my song-a ne kelungana
naa olrala olaralana
romba feelingu feelinguna

ye ye pode pode …

 

12 Rules For a Happy Marriage

selvabalaji

1. Never be angry at the same time as your spouse.
2. Never yell at each other unless the house is on fire.
3. Yield to the wishes of the other as an exercise in self-discipline if you can’t think of a
better reason.
4. If you have a choice between making your self or your mate look good – choose your
mate.
5. If you feel you must criticize, do so lovingly.
6. Never bring up a mistake of the past.
7. Neglect the whole world rather than each other.
8. Never let the day end without saying at least one complimentary thing to your partner.
9. Never meet without an affectionate welcome.
10. Never go to bed mad.
11. When you made a mistake, talk it out and ask for forgiveness.
12. Remember, it takes two to make an argument. The one who is wrong is the one who will
be doing most of the talking.

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