I finally decided to start renting tamil movies and picked up Gajini. I missed seeing it in Madras as I was leaving the day it was released.
Anyways – after gaping over Surya in a larger to life billboard on Mount Rd near Chruch Park property, I noticed the local desi guy had it in a 2 day rental. So this afternoon I slide it in and as is our habit at home started the songs – we flip to watch all songs before we watch the movie. Somehow I think it eases us into the movie, and also the kids don’t feel too cheated when we decide it’s PG-13 or R.
Surya is a spitting image of his dad Sivakumar, but today’s youth, with all the frills that luzury brings, contact lenses, hairstyles, and attitudes, not to mention the aura of technology – they have it made for them. Here’s proof –
Get this, I dinno there was another cute-looking bro in the family – Karthik Sivakumar.
Proud Papa :-)
[Pictures taken from Indiaglitz and Newstoday.net]o btw, Gajini is one heck of a cool movie. Anniyan and now Gajini – I am beginning to remember why I always liked Tamil movies more than Telugu. The tamil movie-makers don’t treat their audiences as blubber-fools. Good for them! Some telugu movies are playin catch-up, and well, that’s for another day and another post.