Idhayathai Thirudathe. Too bad you let it go till NBW to make it easy for everyone :)
Saraks - Yes. But I did that intentionally.
Since you have mixed NOTHING BUT WIND, I have to guess the movie is VEEDU
idayathai thirudathey or Geethanjali..!! :) Amazing music throughout the movie-Mohan
Divya - NO.Mohan - Yes. Each and every score piece in this movie is a gem. Especially this piece has a significance when seen with the visuals, though the music material is not actually composed for this scene.
Yeah... a great sense of enlightenment... brilliant lighting... The way the hero runs throwing his cigarette, with the joy of understanding the way to live life... :) nice dialogues too... I really miss the raaja mani ratnam combo...
idhayaththai thirudAdhE.How an already composed masterpiece was so wonderfully channelled as the BGM for a wholly unrelated sequence is amazing, of course, but also a bit disconcerting if you are into the whole thing about art being an expression of human emotions.
Zero - do you feel that this piece doesn't express the human emotions in that situation in the movie?
idhayathai thirudathe? the nothing but wind music was the clue
Ramesh - Yes it is.
I think its from Veedu by Balumahendra. Music of Ilaiyaraaja taken from Nothing but wind is used The piece is Mozart I love you.
Karthik - NO.
The piece is actually based from NBW - I Love U Mozart but it is used in veedu on Balu Mahendra's request.But the amazing part is the IR's additional prelude which somehow flows into the actual prelude of I love U Mozart. Only Raaja-Faasible.
Chandrasehar - NO. This piece is not used in that movie.
Nidhi - Yes.
[Very late reply, but still...]Suresh,No, it surely does, but the point is it needn't have! It's like taking a beautiful piece of art and making it accessible to us heathens. :)
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