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Projekt Ilaiyaraaja Season III — 12/365 — Ore Idam

Whenever a movie has a super-duper hit song, the rest of the songs in the movie fade in the background. This song is one such melody that lost to the evergreen Sorgam Madhuvile.

Wonderfully rendered by P Susheela, her voice is followed by bass guitar and a soft flute in the background. But, the interesting bit is the early onslaught of Ilaiyaraaja’s interlude brilliance. The first and the third interludes are based on trumpet and the second interlude is a male humming (possibly SPB, not credited) — all three will transport you to another world.

Day 12/365

Song: Ore Idam Niranthiram
Movie: Sattam En Kaiyil (1978)
Singer: P Susheela
Lyricist: Kannadasan
Actors: Kamal Hassan, Sripriya, Elizabeth
Director: TN Baalu

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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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