Thursday, November 24, 2011

OMG...Why This Kolaveri!!

Cow…cow..holy cow…. Love….love….oh my love… she happy how…handle glass…glasslu scoth…

I am sure these are the words on almost everyone’s mouth, including mine. I am in love with the lyrics and the way Dhanush has sung it. And not to mention the music composer :P! It completely sounds like how a drunkard would sing when he is at his maximum possible level!

But I wonder how my dad would react if I made him listen to this song. I am quite-95% sure he would show me the way to the door, mad-stricken at the level to which his daughter has gone down to regarding music. A few of us were listening to the song in class and one of my friends said, “I don’t know what is there so much in this song to grab every single person. I can’t believe the level to which music has gone down to.” Everyone, including me, gave her a weird-girl look, but when I thought about it later, I completely agreed to it.

I was never really a great fan of ‘Jai Ho’, and believed AR Rahman had created a lot many other wonderful songs which could have reached the Oscars instead of that song. But who would want my opinion, so forget that. I wonder where all the ‘Tumse Milkar Aisa Laga’, ‘Pyar kiya toh Darna Kya’, ‘Pehla Nasha’, ‘Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo’, has gone to.




Seriously releases us from consciousness

But I still love the song and would still perhaps continue to listen to the song!

16 comments:

Sandhya said...

This rage for Kolaveri clearly proves that Tamil movies have very good music, lyrics, dialogues and comedy. In fact, Tamil movies are known for their fast beat songs and this song can be called as a "ghaana paatu" which most of the movies in other regions don't have. Kolaveri has it all and that's why it was a smash hit!

Viya ;) said...

teehee.. this song has been stuck for dayysss now in my head!.. just not able to get it out.. the holy cow-u part keeps playing and playing and playing in my head! :|

Red Handed said...

My mother is singing this song!! and My dad will divorce her soon if she doesnt stop this kolvaeri di :P

WonderWall said...

Nice post... I too love this song... dont know why... :P

The life-a-holic said...

@Sandhya: Completely agree. A very peppy number with a completely new and vibrant feel to it!!

@Vi: Almost all of the words in the song keep playing in my head! Kailu glass!! Only english :P!!!

@Red: HAHAHAHA!!! I am waiting to go home and make my mom listen to the song :P!!!

@WonderWall: Merci dear!! And yes, I really really don't know why I lovee that song!! Once the song is over I keep thinking I am such an idiot to like this song. And then I find myself play the same song!!!

Saru Singhal said...

You know I have to listen to it, reading a lot about it on net...:)

The life-a-holic said...

@Saru Di: Yes you should!!

Sahana Rao said...

LOL.. This has a catchy tune. And they have played a trump card of questioning the girl and making the guy sad. Many would like it. :D

Probably you will not be interested in this song after 2-3 years. It's
Pehla Nasha type songs are like infatuation..true love!

The life-a-holic said...

@Sahana: I am 100% maybe 200% sure I would get bored of it next year!! And yes, Pehla Nasha is just another genre completely!!!

TheBluntBlogger said...

Kolaveri hit a cord and they marketed it really well....and I agree with you on Jai Ho bit. May be because that was AR's first for hollywood, thus they were much impressed...

The life-a-holic said...

@ThebLuntBlogger: Yes they marketed it extremely well. How else would it be on the first page of The Hindu!!

Confused Soul said...

To be honest when I heard it for the first time, I really thought there was nothing to like in it (judging from the music aspect). But then I heard it without going into the intricacies and I fell in love with it. It's been on repeat on my play list .. :D

The life-a-holic said...

@Shreya: Same pinch!! My friends and I are going on singing the song early in the morning re :/!!!!

Sujatha Sathya said...

this song sure has become a huge rage & Dhanush & family must be mighty pleased :))
heard it was the first ever regional song to be played on national FM channels !

ES said...

Hey, why don't you visit my site and read the 'analysis' of this song I have done there -

http://www.excitingsongs.com/2011/11/why-this-kolaveri-kolaveri-di-analysis.html

Writing Bee said...

Sure will do :)!!!