Saturday, September 01, 2007

In somebody's fort.......

I saw that one of my friends was listening to Veerapandi Kottayile from her status message. I had to listen it the next instant. And as luck would have it, I did not have the song on the laptop. After a lot of searching I fished out the cassette and am now listening to it the on the player.
Picture this: driving a super car with this song playing in a Bose sound system on an empty road. Or forget the car. No other noise, thank you very much.
Pure magic .. Nice thought to have at the end of the day .. *all smiles*

21 comments:

SHEETAL AMBAR said...

Hey I love that song and movie..
My fave line is
Oru Damayandhi Naan Amma , Yen Natarajan Yaarama, Manavaalan Inge naan Amma
That whole stanza is my fave !!..

Awesome picturisation.. Its the type of way to let ur hair down and just enjoy life.!!

Ananth said...

Ok...Forget the super car. My car does have a Bose 8-speaker audio system. And yes, listening to Veerapandi Kottayile is bliss indeed. Another thing you can try is to listen to your song from kannathil muttamittal in Bose Noise cancelling headphones.....

Karthick said...

Good execution a hit song + car driving is always as good as indian team winning a series :)....

Manki said...

I'm just curious.. do you download songs from the Internet? I would be immensely happy if all (or at least new) Tamil film songs are sold legally on the Internet. In the place I live I have no way to buy Tamil songs legally :-/

Chennai 600028's attempt to sell music online was good. But the sad part is that the songs were DRM-encrypted WMA files. Hard luck for Mac or Linux users.

Chinmayi said...

sheetal: NaLa Rajan :) Nala and Damayanti :)
Aruthi: nopes!
manki: coming to think of it, probably humma.com (not sure) and galatta.com as well
ananth: yeah have that one.. but the head phones have not been working for several weeks now.. dont know where to take them in chennai

Ananth said...

Well, if they are old and not under warranty, you might as well dump them and get a new pair...unless of course you have some kind of sentimental attachment ........ coz fixing headphones is a big time waste...they are too small to open up!!!

Chinmayi said...

ananth: if it takes time so be it.. 15 grand is no small money to pour down the drain

Chinmayi said...

anonymous: yep.. keep going.

drashkum said...

were u at the wheels? then it must be dangerous , not for u but for other ppl on the road (lol)

Chinmayi said...

well I thought it was clear from the post that I was NOT driving and seriously I am fed up of taking digs at women drivers.

Chinmayi said...

anonymous again: instead of wasting your energy, typing all that, coming back and checking what i have said, and typing all that extra stuff, if you had utilized the time energy and resources for learning something, you ll be a better individual.. find something else to do. and grow up. Just out of curiosity why are you typing all that out and what do you hope to achieve??

Selvam said...

Chinmayi, looks like you too are wasting your time and energy typing your response to anonymous. You have tried kind words, harsh words, logic, emotion, and much more. The person just wouldn't give up. Running a "correction facility online" is almost impossible. The physical one will take care of them.

Sometimes, curiosity kills the cat...

Jaimon said...

anonymous here:I wasn't trying to ruffle any feathers here. I didn't think that my comments were anything to blink about. I am sorry! My name is Jaimon.

Ananth said...

15 grand! Now that's some reason to get it fixed!If they are bose, then go to the bose showroom and they will tell you where their service place is.
SO what seems to be the problem with the headphones?

Chinmayi said...

jaimon: thats the problem of too many anonymous commenters.. my replies are directed to the ones not published.

Chinmayi said...

anonymous: height of joblessness, you have checked almost every half or one hour for a reply.. anyway good try.. find something better to do in your country

Jaimon said...

The comments on Veerapandi Kottayile & MettuPodu were mine.
Jaimon

Chinmayi said...

jaimon: which ones exactly?

Chinmayi said...

chillax selvam

Aravind said...

Veerapandi Kottaiyile is one song i would always luv to hear on long drives... Also, i think it is one of the perfect songs to showcase Rahman to my european friends who havent heard about Rahman...
whatta orchestration... brilliant usage of instruments.... absoultely rocking song!!

iamyuva said...

super car empty road with good sound system and high bit song... why do I feel that as trouble to public..;)

but yes, any ARR song in Boss system would be worth a steal.