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August 18, 2016 Leave a comment

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


Dhanush’s 3 Movie Review

March 30, 2012 3 comments

Film: 3

Starring: Dhanush,Shruti Hassan, Siva Karthikeyan

Director: Aishwarya Dhanush

Producer: Kasthuri Raja

Banner: Pvt Ltd

Music: Anirudh



Way2movies exclusively presents you the review of Dhanush and Shruthi Hassan starrer 3 directed by debutant Aishwarya R Dhanush.

Multi faceted Shruthi Hassan, who has proved herself earlier with 7 am Arivu opposite Suriya, will Shruthi manage to make 3 a blockbuster, as this is the first movie releasing in this summer vacation and the only film releasing on March 30th. 3 is the first venture directed by Superstar Rajinikanth’s eldest daughter. Let’s see will Thalaivar’s daughter prove her mettle?

Top notch cameramen Velraj has cranked the camera for this romantic film 3, produced by Dhanush’s father director turn producer Kasthoori Raja. National award winner and the Kolaveri boy Dhanush, who has marked a huge chartbuster hit singer with ‘Why this kolaveri di…’ track composed by newbie Anirudh Ravichander and also won a CNN best song award in 2011, will the young music composer, who already got rave reviews from music lovers and prove himself that he is here to stay in Kollywood.

Will Dhanush manage to increase the fan base from all centers of audiences? Both in Tamil and Telugu, that is simultaneously releasing in Tollywood as well.

Stay tuned to the space, way2movies. We’ll answer all the questions in a while with 3 review….


Why This Kolaveri Di Full Song Promo Video in HD

Uthamaputhiran Music Review

October 21, 2010 1 comment

Uthamaputhiran – It’s okay, Son!


Director Mithran Jawahar teams with ‘Mappillai’ Dhanush for the third time for ‘Uthamaputhiran’, yet another remake for the director-actor duo. Vijay Antony handles the music for a Dhanush movie for the first time! Priyan, Eknath and Annamalai are the lyricists who have penned the songs. Does Vijay Antony pull it off?

1. Ussumu Laresay – Listen here

Singers: Vijay Antony, Emcee Jazz, Janani

Lyricist: Priyan

A typical start to a Vijay Antony album! A peppy song that has the composer himself singing along with ‘Kadhal Gundar’ rapper Emcee Jazz and Janani giving the female vocals! A foot tapping song that has the lyrics ‘Ussumu Laresay’ rendered by the singers in tandem and the song progresses with the rap by Emcee Jazz at regular intervals! Watch out for the ‘takunu takunu’ at the end of each stanza!

Imagine Dhanush dancing to this number, quite an energetic composition with the rap as fillers! Although it has something fresh in it, the song reminds you one of Vijay Antony’s past compositions! Listen to the foot tapping percussions and the fillers! The start up – ‘Ussumu Laresay’ could most likely be a hum in all mouths after the song gets popular!

2. Kan Irrandil – Listen here

Singer: Naresh Iyer

Lyricist: Eknath

The 2nd track is a completely contrary song to the first song! The beginning is slow paced and Naresh Iyer breathes in slowly, but it progresses steadily to higher notes. Probably a song, when the hero sings on how the hero fell in love! As the song progresses, the tempo goes presto thanks to the steady voice of Naresh and the assortment of the music instruments.

The fillers in between the stanzas might give that ‘SA Rajkumar’ touch thanks to the flute, the violin and the folk beats. A medium paced song, quite a romantic number!

3. Idicha Pacharisi – Listen here

Singers: Ranjith, Vinaya, Sangeetha

Lyricist: Annamalai

‘Idicha Pacharisi’, well that’s not quite the beginning of the song because the singers sing a prelude to the song! Talking about the festive mood of a wedding and the bride, the song seems to be a total Thamizh song thanks to its lovely lyrics by Annamalai.

Once the first stanza completes, Ranjith, a singer with a blessed voice, jumps in to continue the song. As it is all about the wedding, the tempo is quite steady and fast, creating a positive impact. Though not a hummable number, it deserves a hearing for the folk beats, instruments with Ranjith, Vinaya and Sangeetha’s voice.

4. En Nenju – Listen here

Singers: Vijay Prakash, Saindhavi

Lyricist: Priyan

Vijay Antony is a talented musician and the fact is testified with the start up music for this song! What a start, besides a bass voice talking English words, the composition is filled with classy instrumentation, a mixture of violin and percussion! And he continues the goodness of this song with Vijay Prakash, the singer in demand.

A love duet, that progresses to higher notes and stablises. The fillers are amazing and as the main verses get over, the sub verses are balanced well with due credit to the singers – Vijay Prakash and Saindhavi! A word about the lyricist here, Priyan, he’s done a great job! Must listen song!

5. Thooral Thedum – Listen here

Singer: Ajesh, Janani

Lyricist: Eknath

Yet another love duet here! A great beginning to this song as well, with an excellent execution of strings. Ajesh and Janani sing slowly, in this romantic number!

The song starts with minimal music instruments and progresses in a slow tempo! Snaps, claps and tinge of string, the end of every stanza ends on a high note by the singers! Even the fillers are neatly interspersed with melodious instruments like the flute. Listen to this!

6. Ulagam Unnaku – Listen here

Singer: Vijay Prakash

Lyricist: Annamalai

We have Vijay Prakash again in the album! This time it is a fast song! As the lyrics in the song go, one can imagine this song to be a hero’s introduction or talking about the hero’s attitude! Traces of inspiration from Hip-Hop can be spotted and Vijay Antony has neatly presented this song. The score in between the verses are filled with dance beats. Not really attractive but one hearing won’t harm!

Vijay Antony – Buoyant Attempt

Vijay Antony has tried his best to give youthful compositions in ‘Uthamaputhiran’. His tunes, instruments and tempo are good but for a musician of his caliber, the tracks could have been better. Out of the six tracks – Ussumu Laresay, En Nenju and Thooral Thedum appeal to your ears!



India’s most expensive film is another Rajinikanth hit

October 11, 2010 Leave a comment

India’s most expensive film ever is a Frankenstein tale of a scientist who makes a robot in his own image, which turns into a monster and falls in love with his maker’s fiancee.

And it looks set to be another mega-hit for one of Bollywood’s most bankable stars, Rajinikanth, a balding 61-year-old whose unstoppable box office staying power seems almost as incredible as the film’s plotline.

Made with a budget of 1.6bn rupees ($35m; £23m), Enthiran is a story about a killer robot who multiplies into a million clones, destroying Chennai (Madras), the capital of the southern state of Tamil Nadu.

But this terrifying army of androids is dwarfed in real life by the legions of fans of the movie’s cult mega-star, Rajinikanth, Bollywood’s highest-paid actor.

In Enthiran (Robot), Rajinikanth plays the nutty professor and his creation, the humanoid robot, Chitti.

The lovey-dovey android serenades his creator’s fiancee, played by another Bollywood star, Aishwarya Rai, singing that he will seek love in places “where Google searches can’t reach”.

James Bond ‘snubbed’

She purrs and calls him her “toyfriend”; he sings that her beauty has set him burning to temperatures that even the “Atlantic Ocean cannot cool”.

Smart lines, diabolical characters, high-voltage action and impressive special effects make this a promising Indian popcorn movie.

Then there are the lush song sequences in exotic locations like Machu Picchu.

The film’s spin machine claims that the Peruvian authorities had “refused the shooting of a James Bond film, but allowed our Rajinikanth to dance”.

The critics may be cringing, and at nearly 180 minutes, Endhiran is rather long, but the film has stormed the box office since opening last weekend.

The movie is also the product of an industry which is fast becoming globalised, despite its unique brand of cinema.

The special effects are cooked up by a Hollywood FX shop that has worked on films like Jurassic Park and Terminator.

The action scenes were staged by a Hong Kong choreographer who has worked with Jackie Chan and on the film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

The music is scored by the Oscar-winning AR Rahman – the songs are a fusion of lilting Tamil numbers set to Malaysian rap and hip hop, and bouncy electro-pop.

As so often, Rajinikanth steals the show.

“The two worthwhile creations of God are you and me”, he tells the film’s heroine.

At least half that statement would be heartily agreed with by members of the more than 6,000 Rajinikanth fan clubs that have spawned across India.

He is especially popular in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, where film stars are venerated like gods.

In a recent article, rated Rajinikanth as the second-highest-paid actor in Asia, after Jackie Chan.

‘Style King’

“If a tiger had sex with a tornado and then their tiger-nado baby got married to an earthquake, their offspring would be Rajinikanth,” says a review in

n Japan, his film Muthu was dubbed in Japanese as The Dancing Maharaja and became a huge hit in 1995.

Rajinikanth’s success is all the more remarkable considering he has no obvious aptitude as a dancer – a talent so desirable for Tamil musicals.

His eccentric mannerisms and histrionics have earned him the nickname Style King. But he remains the most beloved star of the Tamils.

His fans thought nothing of queuing from the early hours outside cinemas on the day of the film’s premiere.

Rajinikanth’s followers have been known to perform Hindu bathing purification rituals on his posters.

The success of Endhiran ensures that their worship of the Bollywood megastar will continue.

Kutty Review

January 18, 2010 Leave a comment

Kutty : passable show
Production: Gemini Film Circuit
Direction: Jawahar Mithran
Star-casts: Dhanush, Shriya Saran, Radha Ravi, Srinath, Aarthi and others
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Cinematography: Balasubramaniam

With most of the Pongal releases ‘Aayirathil Oruvan’ and ‘Naanayam’ turning to be the biggest disappoints, here’s ‘Kutty’ that lives up to our expectations for certain extent. To be precise, the reason that kept us waiting for ‘Kutty’ was the grand success of ‘Yaaradi Nee Mohini’ churned out by the same duo Jawahar-Dhanush.

And now with big day of contestation, ‘Kutty’ is ahead of other releases.

As mentioned previously, the film is a remake of yesteryear Telugu blockbuster ‘Aarya’ starring Allu Arjun in lead role. If you’re into the act of comparing both the original and remake version, keep yourself away from it. ‘Original remains the best’ and having remade after 4 years, there are few adaptations of present day situation in terms of setting.

But nothing makes the story different.

Arjun (Debutant Sameer) is a filthy rich guy and son of a leading politician Devanayagam (Radha Ravi). He has a great likeliness for college belle Geetha (Shriya Saran) and proposes her wholeheartedly. But as she keeps resenting his love, Arjun pretends to jump from the college terrace if she isn’t gonna accept him. With no options left, Geetha propounds about dating him.

Enters Kutty (Dhanush), a happy-go-lucky youngster, who has no worries in life and what makes him so special is his cheerful attitude : Think Positive, Be Confident and things will happen as you wanted. Things take a turn over the tale when Kutty falls in love with Geetha at the first sight and indeed proposes her. But Geetha refuses the proposal as she already pitted herself into unwanted things. Rest of the film is all about Kutty winning her love with his affirmative approach and self-confidence.

Years back the Telugu version ‘Aarya’ was adjudged as a ‘sang-froid entertainer’ that offered a better show. Now, the film too travels on the same notes. The first half is slightly sluggish as it takes some time to settle down with the main plot. But later as it proceeds towards the second hour, it maintains the momentum. Probably, there are chances for few groups to have great likeliness for first half while others maybe interested in second half.

On the performance level, Dhanush with his boy-to-next-door looks offers a perfect amusement for his fans. Kudos to Shriya Charan! For the girl who hardly gave any performance, deserves special mention here with simple looks. Hope she keeps herself adhered to such sort of roles. Debutant Sameer steals the show with his appealing performance and he’s the new guy to be watched in town. Aarthi and Srinath add to the humor quotients while Radha Ravi is okay.

Technically, the songs are completely disappointing as none of them keep us captivated. Especially, the ardent listeners of ‘Aa Ante Amalapuram’ of ‘Aarya’ will be disappointed with the train song over here. Balasubramaniam’s cinematography is a visual treat with eye-catching shots.

If Jawahar Mithran had penned the screenplay with more finesses avoiding few subtle and slow moments, the film would be received great appreciation from all centres. As of now, ‘Kutty’ will be a winner amongst ‘B’ and ‘C’ centres. If you’ve planned to watch this film, walk into theatres without any expectations and you will feel it worthy.

If you’re still looking out for a clear-cut verdict, just behave the way similar to this film’s protagonist – Think positive and the film is good and probably the vice-versa as well.

Verdict: Time-pass movie

Rating: 2.5/5

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