Saturday, December 11, 2010

Tears of sadness

Feeling sad

left out

not known why

now tears start

to fill my eyes with sadness

why did I deserve this pain

after spilling my feeling to you


I just fall asleep

feeling sad

hoping happiness

would come

after I wake up

but still no sign of you


to hear your voice

to rescue me from this

tears of sadness... :((

I lie here

tears falling down endlessly

as sadness takes over once again

so I cry myself to sleep

hoping to feel better

when I wake..!!

Thursday, July 1, 2010

All in 1 Minute..

I look at the clock,

it says 1:41,

i know thinking of you,

ill never be done,

you run through my mind,

and occupy all my time,

wondering why you're gone,

and why you're not mine,

i think of you constantly,

for some reason i cant stop,

knowing that for always,

you'll forever have my heart,

my days go by so slow,

cause you run through my head,

i said I'd love you forever,

isn't that enough said,

you also haunt my dreams,

if you know what i mean,

i wake up often,

with sweats and screams,

why do i sleep by myself,

I'm alone in my bed,

i know I'll be thinking of you,

till the day i am dead,

now still all these thoughts,

just run through my brain,

cant stop thinking of Nicole,

i think i'm going insane,

i feel i wanna kill myself,

people say thats not what to do,

but i turn and look at the clock,

and it says it's only 1:42....  :(

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Happy Father's day.. Love ma DAD Most..

When I was just a tiny kid,

Do you remember when,

The time you kissed my bruises,

Or cleaned by soiled chin?

You scrambled for the balls I hit,

(Short-winded more than not,)

Yet, every time we'd play a game,

You praised the "outs" I caught.

It seems like only yesterday,

You wiped away my tears,

And late at night I called your name,

To chase away my fears...

Though time has changed your handsome grip,

Your hair is snowy white,

You gait's a little slower now,

Thick glasses help your sight.

Oh, do I thirst for years gone by,

To be that growing lad,

Re-living all of the memories,

Of growing with my dad... >:D<

I just want you to know

you mean the world to me,
Only a heart as dear as yours
-would give so unselfishly.... !! :-*

My learnings

He that to my heart is dear

Has left with the morning dew

But will return with the morning new

To rap his arms around me and hold me near...

There's no place like home

And my home is in his arms

Safe from all harms

That may strike while I am alone..!

With him my heart learned to love

My soul learned to cry

So it hurts me so to say goodbye

To my angel sent from above

He taught me about two becoming one

He showed me life and beauty

And now I feel it's my duty

To keep my life warm with his sun

Only good feelings does he release

Though his love comes from a far

Beneath the silver evening star

And brings with it love and peace...

His live is rightly harmonized

From feelings or thoughts untrue

Which could never make less beautiful the blue

Of the unclouded heavens in his eyes.

And without his soul which tells not a lie

And his spirit wings

Which shade enchanted things

I will cease to live and surely die. ..!! :(

"Happy Birthday" means much more..

"Happy Birthday" means much more

Than have a happy day.

Within these words lie lots of things

I never get to say.

It means I love you first of all,

Then thanks for all you do.

It means you mean a lot to me,

And that I'm proud of you.

But most of all, I guess it means

That I am thinking of

Your happiness on this, your day,

With pleasure and with love...!!

Thursday, June 3, 2010

wat i am not... wat we are not..

I am not a great or enthusiastic cook.

I am not eager to get out of bed every morning.

I am not always excited to go to offiz or go to temple..

I am not a particularly inspired or inspiring homeschool teacher..

I am not always patient with myself or my family.

I am not a vegetarian.

I am not afraid of much of anything at all.

I am not ashamed to ask for help... most of the time...!!

I am not hesitant to declare a day off from offiz or work or cleaning.

I am not reluctant to stop everything and drop to my knees in tears, laughter, or prayer.

I am not too proud to beg... for a hug, a kiss, or a piece of chocolate...!!

We are not always happy to be together as a foursome.

We don't always speak to one another with psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs.

We don't ask for or extend forgiveness quickly or easily.

We do not listen to each other particularly well sometimes.

We do not always speak well of each other.

We don't always tell each other the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.

We do not always choose organic and healthy things to eat or drink.

We are not eager to share our food with each other.

We do not ask if anyone else wants the last cookie, apple, piece of pie, etc.

We don't always pray and give thanks before every meal.

We do not always put our cell phones or blackberries away when we eat.

We do not always eat in the same room...

We are not always fair when we disagree or argue.

We do not always treat each other with kindness and gentleness.

We do not always say good-night to each other before we go to bed.

We are not especially physically affectionate towards each other.

We do not always prefer each other's company.

We would not choose anyone else to live with or have as our family.

I am not ashamed to say that I love them....!!!

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Thank you All

My heart is filled with deep respect and gratitude for you All …..!!

I am Overwhelmed with all ur wishes...
Thank you so much for being My side.. !!

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Cry of My heart

There is a great deal of depression that has overtaken my soul,
It floods deep within, into every inch that makes me whole.
I wonder and worry of thought throughout the day,
What is to come, to my dismay.
As a flood of tears pour out of me in all my expressions,
more and more comes, more and more depression.

I assure myself everything is ok!
But who am I fooling?
Then I burst into a spirit of rage.
I have questions, and there are answers.
But I'm afraid and much too weak,
When I try to explain,
I hear I'm hearing wrong and need to be meek.
But this is how I feel, there's no wrong or right,
But as I battle with myself, I always lose the fight.

I feel intimidated sometimes by others,
But as I said "This is how I feel"
The pain in me is very real.
I lose control, my thought go wild,
and here I am only a child.
If only you knew what I thought,
If only you knew what I fought.
I need my thoughts held captive.

Oh God, assure me I'm thinking normal
and you'll help me think positive.
I'm hurting, I need you!
Please don't give up on me!
One day I will always make you smile!

Your Child:(

Down again


I've been pushed down so many times
I feel this time will be the last
as I lay here fading
my thoughts are invaded by memories of my past
I feel the pressures of shame and rejection building
as I lay here on the floor
I have no strength to get up
I'm not worth it any more...

No one hears me, understands me
I speak in silence
hoping that someone will see my words, my message
hoping to find love, it has arrived so divine
I wish for a stronger, better life
filled with everlasting touch
I dream the future, but hold the past
My body is brimmed with so many confusions
Am I really here experiencing fullness?

I must be, the pain is so real
the hurt I feel could never be imagined
but I will pull through into greatness
and destroy whatever faces into me
As I struggle I will fight until the end
Whenever it may come..

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Thala back on Track


 Ajith quit racing a few years ago following a back injury and has since dedicated his time to cinema and family. But like all racers say, racing is an addiction that no amount of rehab can cure! The adrenaline rush and pure thrill of the sport blurs all harbingers of ill-fate! Once a racer, always a racer! So that quite explains why Ajith could not resist a race when it happened right at home.. 


                           Ajith also had to pacify his fans at the venue who went berserk after they were disappointed with his no-show at the race.  Ajith walked out of the last two rounds since his car developed a technical fault..
On Valentine's Day the star tried his hands again at the wheel for the MRF Racing Challenge. Ajith was happy to make the come back and said he was missing the sport while he was away.

However the actor couldn’t finish the act as he wanted. "The gear box got stuck and I could not go beyond the first gear. But life is full of ups and downs, and I have learnt how to accept such things." The actor said...


Ajith’s wife Shalini and daughter Anoushka were there to cheer the star driver. Speed thrills for Ajith again...

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Dedicated to Mah Sweet heart

 This is to thank you for being by side
For comforting and caring when I was all confused inside.
This is for the phone calls you make every day
Just to tell me “I love you” every minute of the day.

The way you take my hand in yours
For all the world to see
That this is the woman
Who is most special to me.

You always seem to know
When I need a hug, kiss or smile…
You never cease to amaze me
When you say, “I'm here…let's talk for a while.”

In decades past we've had our share
Of ups and downs and problems galore
But you are the one who remained at my side
Never thinking of walking out the door.

I adore the way you tell me,
“You are my forever best companion,”
I love the way I believe in you…
And that you will be there till the end.

Thank you for all the time you give me
And for saying, “It's never enough…”
Thank you for listening as I ramble on…
When things become rather tough.

We are in the best years of our lives
Thirty four years on our journey together
I want to grow old with you…and you with me
I want to love YOU---FOREVER..

To My Love


I think of you often...I do,
From morning 'til evening I do,
When memories bring laughter
Or moments bring pain,
There is faithfulness, too, once again..

And time always shows me
And God always shows me
Both sunshine and rain,
How, we gain yearly
From the love we're share dearly.

So, my dear, my sweet Heart,
Remember our love, My honey,
For we've come so far and there's so much to come
And I have love to yet give
For the life we will live...together.

Make little of what makes you cry,
Be sure that what makes you cry
Has greater desire and a more certain will
To pray for His help from above
and restore the feelings of love.

So let's stir up our passion today,
Let memories give way today,
To the now and the future
For the joys and hopes and for all
The times my heart hears you call...!!

I'm so glad,
I'm so glad,
I love you &
You love me too..!!

Valentine Festival

Happy Valentine's day


Valentines day is here
Just wishing you were here
You will always be near
My heart will never be the same
Beneath my skin, my soul lies waiting for you
Everyday I think of you I feel blue
Never give up hope
Remembering the first kiss
All I ask is to be with you
And for you to be my Valentine
For I will always cherish your heart in mine ...!!


Love can be red, like the intense heat of a passionate kiss
.....the color of sweetness
.....the color of strawberries
Love can be blue, like the comfort we take in a pair of denim jeans
.....the color of strength
.....the color of perfect skies
Love can be yellow, bright and warm like the morning sun the sounds of laughters of children on the merry-go-round the sounds of fun from the boys flying kites in the open
Love can be green, peaceful and serene I can hear your heart beats is the feeling of a loving hand that touch a grieving heart is the whispering of trusting words to a distressing soul
Love can be orange, the loudness of it can drive you up a wall can drive you to sing like nobody is listening can drive you to dance like nobody is watching
Love can be purple, the courage we need to love bravely and unselfishly
.....the moment I first kiss you i know that i am not afraid to risk involvement .....the day the declaration of your love for me was made known to the world ...!!

Friday, February 5, 2010

ARR- Proud Indian

Ace music composer A.R. Rahman scooped two awards at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on Jan 31 night (pictured left), but Ustad Amjad Ali Khan and Ustad Zakir Hussain, who were also nominated, could not manage to win the golden gramophones.

Rahman was honoured for his compositions in Danny Boyle's rags-to-riches film "Slumdog Millionaire", getting the awards for best compilation soundtrack for a motion picture and "Jai ho" being the best motion picture song.

Rahman shares the Grammy with veteran lyricist Gulzar and Tanvi Shah who wrote the Spanish lyrics for it.

Rahman, Gulzar and Shah made the Indian presence felt at the 52nd edition of the Annual Grammy Awards held at the Staples Centre.

"Jai ho", that has won various international awards including the Oscars last year, is from Danny Boyle's rags-to-riches film "Slumdog millionaire". The song was sung by Sukhvinder Singh, Mahalaxmi Iyer, Vijay Prakash along with Rahman and Shah.

Sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, who was nominated in the best traditional world music album category for his album "Ancient Sounds", lost out to "Douga Mansa" by African Kora player Mamadou Diabate.

Tabla player Ustad Zakir Hussain, who was nominated in the best classical crossover album category for his album "The Melody of Rhythm" that features works by Leonard Slatkin, Bela Fleck, Hussain and Edgar Meyer (Detroit Symphony Orchestra), also did not win. He had won a Grammy last year for his collaborative album "Global Drum Project".

The best classical crossover album award went to "Yo-Yo Ma & Friends: Songs Of Joy And Peace". 

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Love is Beautiful But..

Followed by regretful thoughts...

And decisions to be made...!!

A story packed with emotions, surprises, travel, ambition, clandestine, meetings etc; the film tours the audience thru chennai, kerala, malta, Goa & new york..!!

As Love choses its own route, familarity makes way for a healthy yet simple relationship btwn karthik & Jessie..!!

Just when life seems perfect surrounded by the indescribable feeling of luv and the unknown pages from the future; !!

Love is Beautiful But it can be painful too...!!

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

The Spy Next Door

It's sad to see legends get old. As this generation of geeks raised on 1980's action movies advances in years, so do the actors we used to idolize. Some embrace it while others drop gracefully out of the spotlight. Others still refuse to let go, appearing in second-rate reality TV programs or direct-to-DVD action retreads. Some even run for public office. But when The Spy Next Door opens with a credit sequence filled with some of Jackie Chan's finest stunts from past films – all set to "Secret Agent Man," no less – it's hard not to compare the young, agile martial artist with the much older, much slower figure who appears on-screen directly after.

Now let's be clear…Any which way you cut it, The Spy Next Door is a terrible film. Whether you view the movie strictly as a critic or attempt to see it through the eyes of a child with no real concern for the trappings of quality cinema, this movie is utterly devoid of either action or charm. It's not funny; it's not exciting; and it's certainly not well-made. In fact, the entire movie looks to have been filmed for roughly what this reviewer will get paid for having written this review.

The story is deathly simple and wholly unoriginal. Bob Ho is an undercover secret agent on loan to America from the Chinese government. While on assignment chasing down a Russian bad-guy, Ho falls for the single mother next door. But before he can take their relationship to the next level, he has to earn the respect of her three children – the precocious boy, the sweet young girl and the attitude-heavy teenager. But when the villain and his gang break out of CIA custody in search of some files on Ho's personal computer, the kids become targets and Ho must protect them while also learning to cook, clean and play house in order to gain their trust. Sadly, however, from the premise to the execution, The Spy Next Door is a total entertainment failure, and yet shockingly, that's hardly the saddest thing about it…

Whether it's the lack of big-budget special effects afforded by such films as Rush Hour, or simply the effect of 55 years of hard, physical training, Jackie Chan looks old. There are moments in this film where Chan utilizes some poorly hidden wirework to pull off acrobatic feats that would have barely challenged him ten or fifteen years ago. The fight sequences have virtually no scale to them, taking place in very close quarters with a slight exchange of half-hearted punches and kicks. But the kind of dynamic action that fans are used to seeing from Chan is absent either by virtue of the film's budget or the actor's age. Certainly, the film is skewed toward children, but even family-friendly fight scenes can be well-choreographed and expansive. Instead, we get a dash of fisticuffs and a healthy serving of unfunny prop comedy, as if Carrot Top had finally earned his yellow-belt.

Another problem is that Chan is actually forced to attempt a performance here. Whereas in films like Rush Hour his broken English and confused delivery are factored into a comedic narrative, The Spy Next Door asks audiences to believe that this awkward, bespectacled secret agent, who can barely utter an intelligible sentence, could maintain a stable, loving relationship with the hot American soccer mom next door. But there simply isn't enough range to Chan's abilities as an actor to make any of the relationships – including those with the children – at all believable. Thankfully, the kids themselves all do a fine job and are arguably the most relatable characters in the film. George Lopez as the turncoat CIA director seems desperate to crack an adult-worthy joke while Billy Ray Cyrus appears uncomfortable in the wet, paper bag from which he can't quite seem to act himself.

At the end of the day, save your family the trouble of having to sit through this hamstrung, pseudo-comedic actioner. There are far better films – both in theaters and on home video – which you could watch with your children for an exceptionally better experience. In fact, if you're still reading this review, you've spent more time considering The Spy Next Door than you should have…and certainly more than the filmmakers did...

If Jackie Chan were really the spy next door, I'd move out of the neighborhood..!!

Get set Go to 'GOA'

After the successful encounter of the movie “Saraoj” Director Venkat Prabhu next flick titled as “Goa”. Venkat Prabhu nature of storyline is different from others so there were speculation about the storyline of “Goa” would be a racy entertainer which is going to film under the banner of Ocher Studios in association with Hollywood Production House. Latest from “Goa” movie is that Actor Premji, Jai and Vaibhav already signed for the project. Yuvan Shankar Raja also roped for the movie as music director.

The Story : Goa is about a gang of friends who go to Goa to celebrate their holiday, get stuck in a perilous situation but emerge unscathed...

Cinematographer Sakthi Saravanan have also signed for the project.. Director Venkat Prabhu says that the storyline was inspired from a real incident which happens in March at Goa in which a man charged for a case against raping a British teenager. The storyline revolves around this rape case of a girl and the story is going to made with humour and thrill.

Hope Goa will be Director Venkat Prabhu’s Hat Trick success...! ;)

Happy 60th Republic Day

26th January 1950 is one of the most important days in Indian history as it was on this day the constitution of India came into force and India became a truly sovereign state. In this day India became a totally republican unit. The country finally realized the dream of Mahatma Gandhi and the numerous freedom fighters who, fought for and sacrificed their lives for the Independence of their country. So, the 26th of January was decreed a national holiday and has been recognized and celebrated as the Republic Day of India, ever since.
Today, the Republic Day is celebrated with much enthusiasm all over the country and especially in the capital, New Delhi where the celebrations start with the Presidential to the nation. The beginning of the occasion is always a solemn reminder of the sacrifice of the martyrs who died for the country in the freedom movement and the succeeding wars for the defense of sovereignty of their country. Then, the President comes forward to award the medals of bravery to the people from the armed forces for their exceptional courage in the field and also the civilians, who have distinguished themselves by their different acts of valour in different situations.
To mark the importance of this occasion, every year a grand parade is held in the capital, from the Rajghat, along the Vijaypath. The different regiments of the army, the Navy and the Air force march past in all their finery and official decorations even the horses of the cavalry are attractively caparisoned to suit the occasion. The crème of N.C.C cadets, selected from all over the country consider it an honour to participate in this event, as do the school children from various schools in the capital. They spend many days preparing for the event and no expense is spared to see that every detail is taken care of, from their practice for the drills, the essential props and their uniforms.
The parade is followed by a pageant of spectacular displays from the different states of the country. These moving exhibits depict scenes of activities of people in those states and the music and songs of that particular state accompany each display. Each display brings out the diversity and richness of the culture of India and the whole show lends a festive air to the occasion. The parade and the ensuing pageantry is telecast by the National Television and is watched by millions of viewers in every corner of the country.
The patriotic fervor of the people on this day brings the whole country together even in her essential diversity. Every part of the country is represented in occasion, which makes the Republic Day the most popular of all the national holidays of India..!!

Monday, January 25, 2010

Chance pe Dance -Skip this Dance

When it comes to shaking his shanks, Shahid Kapoor is not a lallu but a lulu. With what nimbleness he wiggles his butt, sways his brawny bod, twirls his pelvis, and virtually wriggles his anatomy into a perpetual tangle and untangle of limbs - like poetry in motion. Pity that his dancing skill be showcased in a movie as plot-holed, disjointed, cheesy and predictable as Ken Ghosh’s Chance Pe Dance.

Primarily a story of a struggler who comes to Mumbai with Bollywood dreams in his head, the film is a study in plot digressions. At whim it veers into tacky subplots that do little, if not nothing, to further the story. It keeps flitting from the shabby insides of the protagonist’s run-down Maruti Suzuki 800, into the lavatories and dance halls of a school, and from there to producers’ offices and dance competitions before crawling to its underwhelming climax, but not without a de tour to an MCD demolished Delhi.

It’s like the writers stitched together different skits to come up with something that has the semblance of a story. And with his good friend Shahid Kapoor at his disposal, director Ken GhoshKaminey charisma, plus his dimpled smile, bulgy biceps and nifty footwork would gloss over the blotches. Nah! They don’t.

‘Chance Pe Dance’ starts off as the story of a struggling actor Samir (Shahid Kapoor) who works as a courier boy when not knocking on producer’s doors or shaking his jelly feet to impress film directors at discotheques. Luckily by chance, one hotshot director (Mohnish Behl) spots him and promises him a break in his movie. Alongside, Samir befriends and later falls in love with Tina (Genelia D'Souza), a cute, bubbly, scooter-riding stunner who’s the choreographer of Samir’s debut film.

But not all is well for our hero. He gets kicked out of his rented apartment and has no money to rent another place. So, he starts living inside his car and takes up the job of a dance teacher in a school, making the nanhe, naughty taare gyrate zameen par. Things get further worse when Samir gets booted out of his debut film after the producers decide to find a hero through a nationwide talent hunt contest.

Now, even as Samir teaches dance to school kids, he has just one option to take his shot at stardom - participate in the contest. But there’s another tragedy waiting to happen.

Keeping throughout the pretense of a triumph-of-the-spirit tale, ‘Chance Pe Dance’ slips into overtly sentimental drama more often than not. After being kicked out of the movie, the protagonist sheds a tear and breaks into an emotional harangue about his unending woes even though his beautiful squeeze Tina sits beside him not knowing what to do or say, just like the viewers.

Shahid Kapoor definitely ought to steer clear of mushy melodramas. Doubtlessly he’s a good dancer and an above-average actor, but he can’t for his life internalize the plight of a struggler in ‘Chance Pe Dance’. Genelia looks terrific and is pretty comfortable in the skin of her charming, teeny bopper of a character. Mohnish Behl is good as the fidgety director, while Pariskshit Sahni gets just two-three scenes as the hapless, hardworking pa of the hero back in Delhi.

The music (Adnan Sami) is not peppy enough for footfalls to set the dance floor quaking. The choreography (Ahmed Khan, Marty Kudelka) is excellent and cinematography good, even though the editor does seem to have slept at times while doing his job.

Just Shahid’s dance, Genelia’s smile, and capers of a few perky kids don’t make a movie. My advice - skip this chance.. !!

Monday, January 18, 2010

Surya - oru kodi oru thodakkam

It is a substantially famous fact person Suriya is doing the mythologic employ of creating cognisance on activity in the teen minds of Dravidian Nadu. His Agaram Foundation has been doing a important employ for whatever instance serving slummy students to move their studies. been doing a remarkable job for some time helping poor students to continue their studies..

Now to verify things to a large sheet Suriyas Agaram Foundation and Vijay TV has become discover with a new information Oru Kodi… Oru Thodakkam which module start on a assignment to support the needy students who could not oppose higher studies exclusive because of non availability of funds. Well-known presenter hit pooled in Rs. 1 crore to be diffuse to the needy students..

Well-known philanthropist have pooled in Rs. 1 crore to be distributed to the needy students...!!

"Aayirathil Oruvan" - A Different attempt

Director Selvaraghavan's long-awaited "Aayirathil Oruvan", which has been touted as his dream project, is a brave attempt at seeking novelty in the world of Tamil cinema. Breaking away from the shackles of the stereotypes, the director transports us to a whole new world...and we are dumbstruck by the visuals, the packaging and his unique way of storytelling. .

The jet-paced first half offers comedy, action, eye-catching songs, stunning visuals and grandeur. However, the film fails to impress as a whole, as it gets diluted in the second half due to the over-ambitious and illogical approach of the director..

In the movie, the government appoints a secret team led by archaeologist Anitha Pandian (Reema) and a military officer Ravi (Azhagamperumal) to track down the missing links after an archaeologist (Pratap Pothen) vanishes into thin air during his mission to discover the lost Chola civilization!

To reach the lost city, Lavanya, the missing archaeologist's daughter is roped into the mission. A group of labourers led by Muthu (Karthi) helps the team carry their luggage and wade through the tough and inhospitable terrain and face hidden dangers and nature's fury..

After a tedious expedition, they stumble on the lost Chola king (Parthiban) and his people and find hitherto unheard of and unexplained links between them and the world's earliest cultures. What follows is a series of bizarre happenings that try to disentangle the whole mystery.

The fight sequence with the tribal folk and the arduous journey through thousands of snakes are some of the best scenes the film has to offer. The minus points are the length of the movie and the grave flaws in the screenplay.
Some questions are bound to come to mind - If the team suffers due to the mystique powers of the Chola dynasty, why couldn't the kingdom save itself from extinction using the same powers? ?

The inexplicable 'avatar' of Reema as the heir of the Pandian dynasty leaves much to be desired. The three rulers in south India - the Cheras, the Cholas and the Pandyas - are said to have led a civilized life unlike the way depicted by Selvarghavan, who shows them as cannibals. That is a bit too much to digest!

The fantasy element has been stretched too far...the director takes everything for granted in his pursuit to present a 'stunning' film..

The cinematography by Ramji is brilliant and G.V. Prakash's background score and music are good. "Un Mela Aasadhan" sung by Selva's younger brother and actor Dhanush, Aishwarya Dhanush and Andrea is a rocker.
Reema brings an uninhibited tempo to her role and the director has extracted a fine performance from her. Andrea is likeable and seems to have enjoyed her role. Karthi is lovable and humorous. His MGR-like punch-lines get thunderous applause..

Selvaraghavan is trying to widen the frontiers of commercial cinema and he deserves to be applauded for this. But he has failed to keep up the viewers' interest in the second half, which goes wayward.

"Aayirathil Oruvan" is undoubtedly a different attempt but the second half
lets the film down..!!