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Lyrics / Video of Song : Mahaganapatim (Jam)
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donbradman on Sunday, April 01, 2007 The movie was actually quite awful. The "in your face" dialogues and direction, lack of subtlity in handling the subject and over the top performances all ruin a potentially good subject. Despite some hummable music, it falls flat due to poor treatment. A big disappointment. Shabana, for all her talents, fails to emote the body language and mannerisms of a trained Carnatic singer. Just watch her left hand in this song. The only saving grace is Jayashree's voice.
Mani Menon on Saturday, July 06, 2013 Fusion music has a charm and beauty all its own. I'm sick and tired of
people describing Carnatic music as 'divine'! If it's divine, why do the
Carnatic singers demand money for singing? After all the music is divine
and divinity has no price tag! This is purely my opinion. I feel fusion
music is one effective way to popularise Carnatic music. By the way, I'm no
pimply faced teenager. I'm in my early 60s. :-)
thodilover on Friday, July 18, 2008 hey, man, maybe you are an accomplished carnatic singer and that is why you
could probably pick this apart. For someone like me (AGCD - American Grown
Confused Desi), I thought it was wonderful. Yes, I respect your personal
views about Shanaba; you are rightfully entitled to it. However, I still
didn't understand your comments about her 'not being an Indian'. Thanks for
sunizach on Thursday, October 13, 2011 I would not have liked these songs in the original raga form if I had heard
them first, not being used to that kind of music, but the fusion songs in
this movie were just amazing to me. I went back to actually listen to the
original ragas just because I heard these songs. And yes, I've heard
Yesudas sing Maha Ganapatim also, it was really beautiful.
thodilover on Monday, July 28, 2008 Hey kranthibo! Looks like you don't understand English, man! Go back and
re-read my question: I was asking about the musicians who happened to be
Tamilians; not the songs! I was told that the women who sang these were
Tamilians and I wanted their names! Before you write sarcastic remarks,
make sure you understand!! Ok, Bro?!
Sivaram Pochiraju on Monday, July 08, 2013 Carnatic Music is surely divine but not the singers. After all they are
mere mortals except M.S.S, who is said to have donated about a crore rupees
through her concerts during her time.
r8rdarklord on Saturday, December 27, 2008 Absolutely, the western music appears as disturbance to a beautiful song.
The percussion piece sounds like high school players playing basketball in
an indoor stadium.
thodilover on Friday, July 18, 2008 Request to thinknirmal: Could you tell me the names of the Tamil musicians
who actually sang the song - 1) Taye Yashoda 2) Mathey 3) Mahaganapathim
yvrhyr on Monday, May 25, 2009 What does the whole cheesy rock thing add anyway?. If you mute the voice it
is just a beat pattern nothing to complement the song.
brainoftheyear on Sunday, September 04, 2011 What I don't understand is why most comments are so negative. Bombay
Jayashree has sung it so beautifully, you guys should be raving about this
song by now. Anyone, who appreciates good music, should be able to see that
all they've done is create a masterpiece using another one. What's wrong in
that? At least they're trying to promote Carnatic music amongst today's
youth.. And when it comes to fusion, there is no forbidden genre; that's
why it's called Fusion - it's a fusion of different genres.