Can’t stop humming…

I saw Santosh Subramanian today and loved watching and hearing these songs.

Santosh Subramanian parthadhu enakku romba santhosham! A different concept, treated in a nice way. Light, romantic, emotional, entertaining. My type. πŸ™‚

I fell in love with the character of Hasini – simple, unpretentious, eternally cheerful, so full of life. She did go overboard at times, but was still likeable.

I loved the message of the movie, and the way it has been conveyed. Yes, it does have a typical happy ending, but for a change, I liked it.

Veteran Tamil movie-watchers, I hereby solicit your guidance regarding other similar movies I can watch. I am in the mood for such light entertainers, a good mix of comedy and emotion. Please do bombard the comments section with your suggestions. Looking forward to them. πŸ™‚

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25 responses to “Can’t stop humming…

  1. Good that you enjoyed πŸ™‚ Looks like you are planning to embark on a movie-watching spree! Have a nice time πŸ™‚
    Sathej

  2. Well i saw the movie too. Liked it quite a bit. But I was told that the Telugu version Bommarelu is much better, even if watching with a subtitle….

    And for the movies you could watch , I can think of a few in the same genre… Dum Dum Dum , Kanda naal mudal, Azhakiya theeye, Ullam kelkume … Will let u know more when I remember πŸ™‚

  3. priyaiyer

    @sathej

    hopefully, yes. let us see. thanks.. πŸ™‚

    @vinod

    yep, me too was told that.

    thanks for the suggestions. will check out. πŸ™‚

  4. swat

    I liked the telugu version better. Siddharth and all.. πŸ˜€ Songs, yes, I can’t stop humming ’em either. And co-incidentally, just saw the “adada” song on TV now πŸ™‚

  5. priyaiyer

    @swat

    oh, looks like me will HAVE to see the telugu version now, after so many votes coming in for it. actually, i have never seen the same movie in two different languages except for ‘saathiya’. should be fun. πŸ™‚

    as for the adada song, i liked that one too… my, my the coincidences!!! πŸ™‚

  6. Is it Tamil, Malayalam or Telgu or..? I don’t know anyother lang other Eng, Hindi, Kannada and Konkani… πŸ˜› πŸ˜€

  7. Arv

    Hi Priya,

    Totally agree with you. It is such a light weight movie that the story and the script is sheer entertainment.

    One good movie I enjoyed shading the likes of Mozhi in recent times.

    Nice one mate…

    Take care,
    Cheers…

  8. The “Hasini” character is really cute πŸ™‚
    Some movies you can enjoy:
    Vellithirai
    Arai En 305 il kadavul
    Kallori [Sad yet endearing]
    Sivaji [Ultimate “Thalavar” entertainer ]
    Chennai 28 [Must watch]
    Paruthiveeran [Sad, Very sad still pure cinema at its best]
    Veyil [ditto]
    Vettaiyadu Vilayadu [Super movie]
    Jillunu Oru Kaadhal [Timepass]
    Imsai Arasan 23m Pulikesi [Ulti Comedy]
    Kanda Naal Mudhal [KNM] [ Must Watch ]

    Actually can go on and on.. πŸ˜› But what ever u do.. pls watch KNM
    and like swat says, telugu version of sandy subbu is much better… πŸ™‚

  9. and btw.. nice header… present state of affairs eh??

  10. priyaiyer

    @joel

    it is tamil…

    @arv

    like mozhi-aa? i thought this movie had shades of jab we met, or vice versa…

    @aparna

    danks for the list. πŸ˜€ have seen sivaji and jillunu oru kaadhal of these.

    LOL at ‘Sandy Subbu’

    don’t tell me u are a rajini fan… :O

    @aparna again

    yep, that about sums it up! πŸ™‚

    @joel again

    just checked it out. will do it soon.. πŸ™‚

  11. ye priya…i gave my comments long back in my review in my blog..that this is the Most recommended movie for loosu lovers… you took so long to watch this movie kya?
    btw how was the adada song…soooperla…

    Anyway you too love watching loosu type character is a new News for me.. πŸ˜‰

  12. priyaiyer

    @sn

    apdiya? i missed that, it seems. anyways, glad i saw it now.

    hasini was a nice, sweet character. not exactly loosu. πŸ™‚ in real and reel life, i love watching such people who are so full of life.

    as for the adada song, sooper daan. loved it.

  13. Arv

    dont see much of hindi flicks… its in the shade of mozhi cos such light all around entertainers are rare to see these days… πŸ™‚

    seen Dasavatharam?

  14. priyaiyer

    @arv

    oic. i saw shades of jab we met in this movie. not much, a li’l bit in the character of hasini.

    yes, as a light entertainer, it does fall in the same class as mozhi.

    no, have not yet seen dasavatharam. planning to see it in hindi. what about u?

  15. Me

    I saw the Telugu version too but I liked the Tamil version.

  16. priyaiyer

    @me

    u are the first person who told me u liked the tamil version over the telugu one! πŸ™‚

  17. Arv

    Yeah, I have seen Dasa…

    awesome stuff… different genre of film new to Tamil/Indian audience..

    Unless one understands the concept of the storyline, it is hard to appreciate the film.

    Quite a costly brave experiment… Kamal is just too good, class act, as ever…

    Have a good day… Cheers…

  18. priyaiyer

    @arv

    oic. me want to see it too!

  19. I liked this movie too πŸ™‚ And also the song adada πŸ™‚

  20. priyaiyer

    @aparna

    cool. join the gang. πŸ™‚

  21. Vidya

    Hey Priya,
    What an awesome song(mazhai varudhe – its raining-translated in eng).Loved it.And just 4 that saw the movie-a tamil movie after a looooong time.Thoroughly njoyed it.BTW the hero-RAvi sumthing looks a bit like Shivu-no??Da smile….hehe

  22. priyaiyer

    @vidyaji

    hey, long time, no see? glad you got a chance to watch the movie and that you liked it. i loved the movie and the music. its different. i loved the storyline and the way the story progresses. πŸ™‚

    ya, the hero does look like shivu. i agree. i was thinking of that too, when i was watching the movie. πŸ™‚

  23. hmmm.. i think Harini.. does over-act…but she is cute πŸ™‚

    and i lov the gyu in this movie πŸ™‚

    saw his firs mocie.. “Son of mahalaxmi” something… loved him and Asin in it… nice movie πŸ™‚

    i once wished i cud marry him… i was so in lov with him πŸ˜€

  24. priyaiyer

    @veens

    hey, u a tamilian??? i never knew that! :O

    i loved watching this movie too. oh, now i should watch his first movie too. πŸ™‚

    “i once wished i cud marry him… i was so in lov with him” – πŸ™‚ yep, he’s cute! πŸ™‚

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