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Projekt Ilaiyaraaja Season III — 107/365 — Vanam Niram Maarum

Dhavani Kanavugal had some scintillating songs, and I consider “Oru Nayagan” as one of the best mass hero songs in Tamil cinema. But, this song went unnoticed because of the other two fantastic songs.

The song starts after a funny sequence in the theatre that’s quite popular in social media these days. Bhagyaraj is trying to distract his sisters from watching a sensuous scene on the screen and failing miserably at it. Apart from his sisters, his maternal uncle’s daughter, who’s in love with him, is also present. The song unfolds like a dream sequence from her perspective, and of course, the song has to be sensuous. Ilaiyaraaja uses Hamsanandi with a different beat pattern to exude that sensuality and romance.

Day 107/365

Song: Vanam Niram Maarum
Movie: Dhavani Kanavugal (1984)
Singers: S. P. Balasubrahmanyam and S. Janaki
Lyricist: Muthulingam
Actors: K Bhagyaraj and Ilavarasi
Director: K Bhagyaraj

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Sylvian Patrick

Sylvian Patrick

Doctoral Researcher by passion and profession, a blogger by choice, a writer by chance,a traveller by compulsion, a non-conformist by gene and a rebel by birth

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