Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Blaaze Speaks

Loved this post at BlaazeSpeaks
And also agree on the part where he writes about a certain write-up. When I read that in the papers I knew it was far from the truth. Wish some 'journalists' or maybe I should call them, wannabe-s would find something better to do or clean up their act

7 comments:

Jayamurugan said...

Hi,

Just thought sharing few things eventhough this was not the post for that.

Today's Aahaa coffee club featured about Bribe in India. I had not heard the programme fully but the opinion of whatever caller seems like if we are giving money or some costly things to officials for getting things done, they are only bribes. But in my point, even if an official uses his/her power to take advantage in public places[say while going for darshan, some officials say I am from so and so department working for government and hence you need to allow darshan for me near god].

This kind of attitude also has to change.

Jayamurugan said...

Hi,

Just thought sharing few things eventhough this was not the post for that.

Today's Aahaa coffee club featured about Bribe in India. I had not heard the programme fully but the opinion of whatever caller seems like if we are giving money or some costly things to officials for getting things done, they are only bribes. But in my point, even if an official uses his/her power to take advantage in public places[say while going for darshan, some officials say I am from so and so department working for government and hence you need to allow darshan for me near god].

This kind of attitude also has to change.

Anusha said...

I have always felt extremely bad when a celebrity gets bashed in the media. Why is, what they wear, what they do, where they go so much important to them? Sometimes it is better of to be a nobody than being known as somebody.

asivasailam said...

A celebrity, particularly any person from the film is the hot target of the media. They frame up each and every act to bring up interesting stories whether fact or fiction. There is a popular comment used very jovially "ukarnthu uosipanglo" or else "room pottu yosipanglao" I wonder

KARL MARX. J said...

Hi Chinmayee!!!!!!

Greetings to you....
[b]First excuse me for deviating from the topic[/b].

I am a hardcore Rahman fan...Atlast he has got what he deserved.....Two Oscars....I cried when I saw him get tat Oscar...
It was a little bit late.
Frankly speaking he should have got an Oscar for his debut composition ROJA...Unfortunately for him, it was an Indian movie.

I thought of sharing an excellent article with you.This is about A.R.R's father [b]Shri.R.K.Shekar[/b]..
http://musicshaji.blogspot.com/2009/02/blog-post.html

My salute to whoever wrote this article. This throws more light into Rahman's fathers life and a peek into his evergreen compositions. Now I am searching for Shri. R.K.Sekar's compositions.It shows how great a composer he was.
Just thought of sharing with you all..

Jai Ho

Jayamurugan said...

Hi Chinmayi,
I think u r busy in the weekdays.
Anyways, started reading ur old posts from the first blog.

U had mentioned that u couldnt get the songs in a post on May 2005.

I just thought of asking if u got the songs 'Ulaga medaiyil' and 'Anbulla snegidhi'..

If so could u please send the same to mail id @ jayamurugan_psg@yahoo.co.in or give me the link from where i can download?

Inilan said...

Hi. I did not know Blaaze has his own blog!!!.. I came to know through this..
Also discovered that RAP is an abbreviation for Rhythm and Poetry!!!
Makes lots of sense!!!!

--Inilan
http://inilan.blogspot.com