Sunday, August 10, 2008

Have you seen this video?

32 comments:

KeepingItSimple said...

Good One. Thanks for Sharing

chitra said...

Awesome! There cannot be a more genuine appreciation to ARR's music!

Maha said...

Hey akkaa.. that was way tooo cute..:))Probably, that kid is one of the most 'youngest' fans of Rahmans Sir's music..:)

Karthik Murali said...

Amazing how the music of Rahman can charm a small kid like that :)

Suryasach said...

I have seen this video earlier. ARR magic.
BTW, have you observed that your last two blog posts begin with "have you" ?

Suresh Kumar said...

hi,very nice video.Even the baby loves our A.R.Rehman's music.Its great to watch.

My share of life said...

Just amazing!!

yaadayaada said...

Hi Chinmayi
Not just the kid, this song has the same effect on a full grown adult like me when I am upset/cranky! :-) By the way, your voice modulation is amazing in this song. Every time, my better half and I have a debate going on if it is you who sang the song since it is very different! :-)

Thanks for this beautiful rendition!!

Vasanthan said...

this video truly proves that our love for music starts at very young age. it is an undeniable truth that music soothes the sole.

Narayanan Venkitu said...

என்ன ஆச்சு ?
குழந்தை அழுதுது !!

'TERE BINA' போடசொல்லு !!

Shankar said...

Ooh! Soo true, music works magic, isn't it?...... Was just reminded of an article i read, about the Maestro...
Just to share it with all music lover...

A Tamil couple living in Germany thanked maestro Ilayaraja, which also left the music director stunned, for the great medical miracle that he performed unwittingly. The incident was reported in a well-known magazine recently. Well, it seems that a few months ago the young couple was told by the doctors in Germany that the child in the mother's womb showed no movement. The worried couple went back home and turned on their music set to listen to Ilayaraja's Thiruvasagam. Surprisingly, the lady started to feel the baby kicking. They repeated the music many times and felt the same result. The doctors were also surprised when the lady delivered the baby a few months later through normal labor.

As a token of gratitude, the couple recently visited the maestro to pay respects and express their gratefulness

Nirojah said...

hey... thanks for posting this video.. :) it's really a heart-warming song.. so now it has bing proved! Can an artist get more appreciation than this?

Congrats!

TC & all the best,
wishing,
Nirojah

Krithi said...

Woowwwww..that was a cute one!!
Thanx for Sharing!
That was so nice to see a young fan of Rahmanji...
nd also ur voice modulation wil be so good n tat song...
Nw recently I liked the way U've sung
I miss U da n d movie Sakarakatti...all the songs are rocking actually!:)

Krithi said...

I'd like you to check out this video that I found in the Youtube abt Rahmanji's workd being copied by international artists
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5fcH8ZgNJQ

Krithi said...

sorry this is the link to that page containing the video...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5fcH8ZgNJQ

Dharsh's Blog said...

Music has a way to mesmerize young and old alike. This reminds me of a lost art (even in films), thalaatu songs.. Chinmayi, so do you know any thalatu songs??

Anonymous said...

Amazing...

Aruthi

sundar said...

that's just great

Chitra said...

How sweet !

drashkum said...

all kids do have liking to certain songs chinmayee. my sisters son is not even 1 yr old and he just loves vaaji vaaji and kaatrin mozhi. he has not even started talking. but just hums the whole tune of both of these songs fully when ever it is played. amazing isnt it

JISHU said...

Hai akka,
Nice video!This video will provoke many of the mothers to play rahmanji's music to make thier kids silent.
-jishu.

Danny said...

ARR all the wayyyyy!

I FLY AIRINDIA said...

A R Rahman ist der Gott der Musik!

isai said...

Thats the greatness of rahman ji..

Balachandar.Mani said...

ARR can't receive any other praise which would be equal. this proves that everything is from HIM

Cheers
Bala

SanJai said...

haha.. really nice one.. thanks for sharing chins..:)
all the credits goes to our THALA ARR.. :)

Ananth said...

Nice one. Even daughter Sahana (14 months)is big lover of music. Stops crying as soon as listens to music.

- Ananth

Sridhar said...

Hi Chinmayi

I was wondering what appreciative comment to post on this video.But could'nt come up with one bettering the kid's arresting yet innocent reactions.

Truly.. God of Small Things.,

Equally impressive was Narayanan Venkitu's comments which evoked similar smiles :)


Thoughtful post..keep it up

Mano said...

thats the power of ARR musik.

Mano said...

Here is another one..

http://in.youtube.com/watch?v=m_t7x9mOeuw&feature=related

Anonymous said...

Chinmayee,

Don't you visit our ARR yahoo groups these days?? (at least last year). This one of the oldest (newest when Guru arrived)... Still the credit goes to you and ARR

Anonymous said...

hai chinmayi,

I'm the greatest fan of this song. I'll die for your huming in this song. please sing this song in your concerts