Tamil Hd Movies Full Cheeni Kum
There are plenty of movies on Hindi Bollywood that remain unrated and there have been flak for this a few times. But this time- around you have to wait for a Hindi film to release in Tamil or Telugu. In spite of this, there are 5800 movies in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi that are rated below G, and there are 2200 which are rated as *** or ****. According to data maintained by Google , of those 2200 movies rated as *** or ****, only 150 movies were rated above PG. Thantri Yaanayakal series is one such movie where they tried to glorify the thantri community and the police by showing them as the good guys. If youre a non-thantri, you can have that, why not?
The song beautifully captures the feeling of youthful resilience in the face of overwhelming odds and in the face of adversity there is this inexplicable, untameable desire to live and to flourish. Its a song that makes one feel alive, enjoying the simple pleasures of life. And that is exactly what Salman wants to convey to us. Its a song from that list of songs that are said to be created for only one reason, to make you feel alive and that is just what this song does. There werent other hits like this from the 80s and 90s; its really one of the best from that era (esp if you are a Salman fan). One of the best films ever about the insecurity of youth, Kamal Hassan and Sonali Bendre as Nandini deserve a lot of credit for this brilliant, unforgettable song. Its been used in so many other songs and films but none ever come close to capturing the purity of the film and the music. And once again here is a song that works out of context and language its not based on or has any regard for. How they do in Bangla they would definitely get away with but no in Hindi. Not that they will, that would be unfair, but would really be an impossible task.
i’m a huge fan of ilaiyaraaja, and this is one of the best moments for him in the movies. the song is an apt classic of the malayalam singer’s style, with abhijith making the most of it, without stealing the spotlight from asha. one of the best composers of the 70s, this song will always remain one of the highlights of the film.
in a movie that is so earthy and no-holds-barred on the subject of love, why have we had to have yet another one of amitabhs flashbacks in cheeni kum? at a time when hindi movies are all about love, its a pity to have yet another story of one who never found true love. why must we resort to such cheap devices?
the strength of cheeni kum lies in the music. the songs have the charm of ilaiyaraaja, but the lyrics could have been crafted more brilliantly. the thought of having a film that begins with a song that doesnt really have a song and ends with a song that has no song is a bit contrived. but, the songs are instantly loved by the audience and they help in making the film a hit. so, if you are a fan of ilaiyaraajas music, you will find this movie a joy to watch.
disclaimer: i do not usually watch hindi films but i have seen bombay, namaste (dont even get me started on this) and chandni chowk to china once and thought that this album was very good. however, the song that i really love is not in this compilation. have you heard it? it goes something like, “ziddi hai, ek hai, kahaan aaye mehfil zididai, nashaani jaan bhi mehfil doon”. hee hee hee. this song is from the hindi movie dil hai ki manta nahin (1987). i have also heard a tamil version from the movie jai hanuman (1987).