Monday, February 05, 2007

"Karupaana Kaiyilae " from Thamiraparani is a blatant lift from a devotional song. Which one?

Karpoora Nayagiyae by L.R.Eswari.

( It is so shameful that Ilayaraja's son has to stoop so low)

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3 Comments:

  • it need not be a casing of 'stooping low'. It's something like 'Margazhi Poove' from 'May Madham'. I know its not the same thing, but it is clearly not a case of Yuvan stealing from a 'potentially unidentifiable' source. e.g. 'Runaway' by Corrs rehased into 'Nenjodu Kalandhidu' (Kadhal Kondein).

    By Blogger sanjay, at 7:56 AM  

  • Almost every song in kadhal kondein is lifted. check http://www.itwofs.com/tamil-yuvan.html

    But when I say stooping low, i dont mean the part about copying. I mean copying a revered religious song for a raunchy song. It often offends the listeners who associate the tune with something sacred. There was nothing offensive about Margazhi poove ( though ARR used only the interludes). The only other instance I can recollect of such filth is Deva using the Kandar Sashti kavasam for "pathinettu vayasu" from suryan.

    By Blogger cheenu, at 11:39 AM  

  • dont know how true this is but i read somewhere that the director of the movie got permission from the copyright holders of the song (if such things exist in india that is) before letting YSR readapt it

    By Blogger catcharun, at 6:45 PM  

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