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April 03, 2014

Walk in the woods with "Aagasatha..."


I have been hearing good reviews about the songs from the Tamil movie "Cuckoo" and about the movie too. But I have not watched the movie and heard the songs only last week. I had just downloaded the songs in my ipod and took it with me when I went for a walk this week. I was exploring a new path in the woods near our house and this song "Aagasatha..." came on and before I know, tears were trickling down my face and I kept walking and crying and towards the end of the song, I started sobbing uncontrollably. I was not feeling sad or upset though. I don't know if it was the music, the lyrics, if knowing that its a love song between two blind people, if it was the silent woods, the sky, the trees, the sun,.. May be it was a bit of everything but it was such a magical moment. One of those "Whats the point of this life" moment. Sigh!

3 comments:

ashok said...

now I have to hear it...

Thava said...

Boo - This is one we are hearing in our car for couple of weeks and same feeling I had... For a change we are hearing some song other than ARR music in our car.

G.V.Kumari said...

boo, I used your link to hear it first. Wondered why all these words - if the director intends a parallel story/message and no reviews said that clearly and finally in the lousiest review available online - youtube bosskey review suddenly said in the movie the heroine hits the hero somehow and the hit is in the middle of the eye brow and she touches him there ... The same Kamalahassan walking around with + sign on the third eye in Dasavatharam movie (which I got only in the second watch) - the christian-krishna connection with the shiva's middle eye! I think the blindness is completely about something else perhaps then? No review talks so though ... Havent watched the movie at all, only based on the song words and on the lousy bosskey youtube video I cant expect all this ... But the actual video of the song (another youtube link) sucks as badly as "ennavale adi ennavale" song by Unni which is profound and melting and god knows what the heck Nakma and Prabudeva were upto! The video of this song too is a heart break to the profoundness of the song ... dont know why such obvious mislead in video ... Aaaaah ... in short I loved the song so much ... almost as much as Ennavale song ...