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      Question 21

      Arjun :
      1. What was your feeling when you got an opportunity to do music direction for ur first film ?
      2. Are u comfortable in giving chances to youngsters/contestents from reality shows ? Whats ur take on reality shows ?


      RR:
      1.

      Like i cant just belive what i heard from anwar.
      He hugged me and said "chotta mumbai is yours"...i was totally knocked out...!!!

      2.

      very much and why not...but they should be really talented and should be gotten over with the reality show jaadas some usually possess.


      Question 22

      Navarannan :
      There has been lots of debates going on, the young generation of actors in Malayalam film industry not getting fair shake to prove themselves. Do you think the same is happening with the new generation of music directors also?

      Thats a question..hmm..


      ok let me tell you this way.


      Young composers are getting offers but not the way they can prove their mettle.
      How many composers get a project where music has some sort of importance in the film as a whole?They are getting projects,but they are just projects...for the sake of adding one more to the list of films in malayalam industry.
      But i still feel there are few sections of lobbies where the industry music-definition is
      hooked up.Unless it gets evenly spread out more on the basis of talent rather than
      contacts and relations,the scene wont get better.There are lot of young composers sitting there jobless while a fortunate not to awesome bunch is churning out films one after the other.But im sure and optimistic that the whole scenario will change within 2 years.


      Question 23

      Harikuttan :
      My Q1: Whom in malayalam industry do you consider as a rival?
      Q2: Who is your favorite director (Malayalam & Hindi)?


      RR :
      1. Rival is someone who competes for the same space.
      I dont think 2 composers can fight for the same space.The reason is - each composer has a different style and comfort zones and different set of music lovers who yearn for their creations.But the truth is,however nicely you try to put it,there does exist some kind of rivalry.As far as you dont go and sntach someone's project,i dont think you are rivaling someone.In my case,atleast 3-4 times,such incidences have occured.
      Ill give you an eg :
      A producer and cameraman decided to have my music in a project(very recently).
      They engaged the prod controller to call me up and fix my time and budget(basically to commission me for the project).After 2-3 days the producer asks the prod.controller that if he contacted me.He replied he did, and that i was busy with some other projects,plus my rates would be kinda non-affordable for the project setup.And they dropped the idea of using my music for their project.This cameraman calls me up later and enquired to me about this.That was first time,i even knew about the existance of the project.That prod.controller had not even contacted me.
      There was another experience where the same prod.controller snatched another project that was suppose to come to me.So i understand such rivalries and internal politics do exist.All you gotta do is "Do your own thing...do it loud and clear..."
      Musically speaking,i listen to most albums i can grab my hands that releases in malayalam.Just to know what other composers are upto and whats new going on.If the competition is healthy...its actually very good for the music lovers...coz the SCENE IS HOTTING UP...AND LOT OF NEW MUSIC IS IN THE COOKING!!!

      2. From people i worked with in malayalam its shyamaprasad(not to soap him).
      From others its hmm..Sathyan anthikad for his feel good film making style

      Hindi its got to be MANIRATNAM


      Question 24
      Double chankan :
      the first celebrity chat our guest was Ranjith Shankar, director of Passenger. He is a s/w engineer and found time b/w his career to dive in to the world of cinema and then come up with a Passenger.
      You were also a engineer in UK, but put in ur papers and attempted to be a full time musician.
      1. Were you not afraid of the risk in your decision, it could make/break your life.
      2. Success/recognition has come pretty late to you in the sense that you were always labelled as a "fast song" guy, even though you made a lovely melody in TIME. Did you lose heart at any point of time, and thought of returning to your career.


      RR :
      1.
      I actually did not think about the risk involved.It was more like a LET ME DO IT..SKY IS THE LIMIT kind of attitude.But only later did i came to know that it was one hell of a
      plunge...a plunge into a concrete river...totally flat...lol.


      But all these years i enjoyed one thing..making music...the whole process gave me the energy to go on...!!!


      2.
      Many a times...yeah what do u think im a simple..normal human being too .
      There were many times when i had seen many insulting messages even in internet forums or even discussions.But the one thing that helped me not lose myself was the fact that...YEAH I DID KNOW HOW TO MAKE MUSIC THAT WILL TOUCH THE HEARTS...ONLY THIS PEOPLE ARE NOT REALISING IT BECAUSE I DID NOT GET THE RIGHT PROJECT..."to be frank...all these years...i was waiting for the right one...and with RITU..insha allah...it has happened to a big extent...THANK GOD.


      Question 25

      Sethu Madhavan :

      rahulji chettikulangara remix thankaludae decision aayirunno atho aarenkillum ee idea paranjathano??????
      RR:
      no it was the director's take or rather suggestion

      Question 26

      Waterloo :

      Thanks a lot rahulji for your efforts
      A small Q from my side:

      1,How do you work on the BGM for films??..Do you hear the whole story first or only the situations??ilayaraga is the one who comes to mind when it comes to BGM and he has elevated many a mediocre films to watchables ones through his BGM alone..what do u say??
      2,Who s your favorite Composer??( ex like morricone,john williams,bernstein)
      3,How do you rate ennio morricone ??


      RR : 1.
      I SIT WITH MY DIRECTOR AND WATCH THE WHOLE FILM AND DECIDE WHERE MUSIC IS REQUIRED AND WHERE IT IS NOT AT ALL REQUIRED
      WE WORKOUT SIMPLE THEMES FIRST FOR DIFFERENT SITUATIONS AND MOODS
      WE MAKE THEMES FIRST
      AND AFTER THAT I SIT WITH THE VISUALS TO MAKE ELABORATE ARRANGEMENTS
      WHOLE OF RITU WAS COMPLETELY PROGRAMMED BY ME IN 8 DAYS.

      2.
      ALAN MENKEN IS MY FAV COMPOSER.I ALSO LIKE HARRY-GREGSON WILLIAMS
      3 .
      IM NO ONE TO RATE A LEGEND LIKE ENNIO MORRICONE.THERE IS STILL AN OCEAN TO LEARN TO EVEN UNDERSTAND WHAT SUCH LEGENDARY COMPOSERS HAVE EVEN DONE

      RR : My favorite questions.
      Tony : This question may seem funny. But your answer can make it meaningful. Imagine Alphonse and Alex Paul is sinking in a river, you are standing on the shore with a boat. You can help only one person. Whom do you like to help? Please say the reason too.
      Saji :
      (1) Keralathil Music ariyunnavar/paattukaar okke dhaaralam undu...pakshe ningal cheruppathil thanne lime lightilekkuyarnnu. Thankalude ee prathibha kandeduthu prolsahippichu limelightil ethicha vyakthikal, saahacharyangal ethokkeyaanu?
      (2) Music ennu paranjaal pothu dhaarana paattu paaduka, drums padikkuka, instrument vaayikkuka ennivayaanu. pakshe oru music director enna nilayil, cheruppathil thanne swayam manassilaakkaan engine saadhichu?


      RR :
      I liked saji's first 2 questions as it needed a detailed expln, i enjoyed goin on a nostalgic trip. I liked Tony's last question as it was really funny. So above 3 are my picks.



      Thanks a lot RahulRaj for the chat




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      Quote Originally Posted by lalistheonlySuperStar View Post

      My question to you dear sir,

      heard a month before one of the great malayalam movie of yourself
      "yodha" is coming back with its second part.....i was really thrilled..
      but later i heard it is going to do your brother sanjeev sivan...but
      the sad news was coming that lalettan is not there in the movie and
      planning to make a 3D movie rather than the original theme without
      super star mohanlal and super comedian jagathi sreekumar....

      Without asokan and appukkuttan yodha is zero i would say....
      it would have been a wonderful news for us if you had announced
      the sequel with same theme......

      can u give details about the project sir if the news is correct???

      Regards,

      VIJESH.




      As of now all I can say is that it is just a big rumor. All I can say is that if I were to do the sequel, it will be with most of the original cast and some new ones offering fresher twists to the story. That said, I am against sequels in general.

      Quote Originally Posted by lodestar View Post
      Welcome Sangeeth Sir..

      My Questions:
      1.What was ur inspiration on developing Horror Flicks?Actually,Was this genre ur favourite?
      2.If u get a good theme and script for malayalam...Will u make a comeback..which we r seeking for?
      3.What kind of movie u were dreaming to gift towards the audience before u bcome a director?
      4.Can you differentiate bollywood and malluwood of this generation?Which is better quality wise.according to u sir..


      Thank u sir.....
      1. Horror was never a favorite genre of mine though I loved OMEN when I was young. During my sojourn in Mumbai, I was lucky to see quite a bit of J horror or Japanese horror which really impressed me. More than blood and gore it was on a great story and creation of greater moods. That set me thinking …


      2. Till 2010 I have commitments in Hindi. Have films which I have to produce for my company too here. But yes, if I do come across a great idea would love to do a mal film in 2011. In fact I am in talks too with a few emerging writers in kerala.

      3. Always, something different. Did not want to tell stories the way it was being told. Sometimes when I look back, maybe some of my best films in mal was ahead of its times in terms of thought and style.

      4. Even in bollywood the best of film technicians are from kerala or tamil nadu!

      Quote Originally Posted by zooshtray View Post
      Hello Sir. My questions

      1) Is there a major difference in the approach that our Malayalam actors have towards acting when compared to their counterparts in Bollywood? If so, as a director, what challenges have you faced in dealing with these varied styles?

      2) How did you spot AR Rahman (then Dileep)? What made you offer Yodha to him?
      1. Per se actors in mal are more gifted, committed, down to earth and more professional than the ones in bollywood!


      2. He used to do numerous ad jingles as Dilip, then. They were really wonderful and that is how my interaction with Rahman started. From ad jingles to films was nothing but a natural progression.



      Quote Originally Posted by DINODAZZLIN View Post
      Welcome Sangeeth Sir to SS....Thanx to Munshi Annan for making it happen!

      1. If I am not wrong, your debut film in hindi was a horror flick Sandhya with Jackie Shroff and Ashutosh Rana, and I believe it has still not got a theatrical release. Is this film complete/can we someday see a dvd release of the film?

      2. It has been a while since your last film in Malayalam. As a director, who bucked the then trends in malayalam cinema to make a totally new kind of actioner in Yodha, can we expect a technically slick horror film in Malayalam from you since it has been one of your favorite genres?
      1. My first film in Hindi was Zor toplining sunny Deol and Sushmita Sen. Sandhya was to be my second film. More than horror it was a dark thriller. Not too sure about the other details as it is the producer who decides.


      2. The perception that Horror is my fav’t genre is quite wrong. I have dabbled in almost all the genres excepting maybe family socials. I make a conscious attempt to try out different genres so that every film of mine is different. Would def do one in mal but whether it would be a horror is open to conjecture at this point.

      Quote Originally Posted by Cooldude View Post
      We welcome Sangeeth Sivan sir to SS.

      Your brother has come up with the idea of making Yodha 2. Is it due to the recent trend of making sequels. Why is it that you decided not to direct it. How did the whole idea of Yodha 2 take shape.


      As said before, I have no plans and as far as I know, the whole talk of yodha sequel is just hot air

      Quote Originally Posted by El Mariachi View Post
      Thanx to Munshi machan and Tony...

      My Questions

      1. Why this huge gap in Malayalam films? Is it a loss of interest with Malayalam films or the budgetary freedom/flexibility that Bollywood can afford? In fact Malayalam films have lost Priyan and Sangeeth to Hindi for too long now.

      2. Is Yodha 2 in the pipeline? In fact any Malayalam film at all in the pipeline?

      3. Which has been your most satisfying project till date? Why?

      4. Given an option to do a movie with a script from one of the following writers who would you pick and why? MT Vasudevan Nair, Padmarajan, Lohithadas, Sreenivasan, Priyadarshan.

      1. Feel quite comfortable here in bollywood now. Your films reach out to a wider audience and coz of that u have better budgets too. And now I am also producing high concept small budget films with younger technicians. Yes, am on the look out for a good subject for mal, either to direct or produce in time.


      2. Not till end of 2010.



      3. Yodha definitely coz I had the privilege of working with two of our greatest actors Mohan Lal and Jagathy. Also the interaction with Rahman.


      4. I have always admired the writing of Padmarajan. He was a kind of inspiration. Lohitadas scripts and films have left a deep impression but don’t think I could have done justice to his subjects. M.T sir too dealt with relations and happenings of an era which I do not fathom. Love the sense of humour in sreenivasans script. So it would have to be Padmarajan and then sreenivasan.





      Quote Originally Posted by Digambaran View Post
      My question:

      1. One of the main reasons cited for the stagnation of malayalam film industry is the budgetary constraint. Do you agree with that? If yes, how do you think our industry can deal with that? If not, what do you regard as the chief reason for our industry's standstill?

      2. Do you think multistarrer movies like twenty20 are the way forward in malayalam industry?

      1. Lack of good stories and the inability of makers to take risks! Today with advancement made in film making, I don’t think budgets, ever, can be a constraint for a maker who dares to be different.

      2. No comment. I don’t think a plethora of stars would ever take the industry forward.



      Quote Originally Posted by Waterloo View Post
      Welcome sangeeth-ji

      1. Can you name one film which inspired you the most and made you realize,you are born to be a filmmaker and not do anything else??

      2.Do you think due to the appalling state our Malayalam cinema is in , its going to have a sad demise like bengali cinema??Can you suggest a few ways to resurrect malayalam cinema to its past glory?

      3.If you are asked to make a film out of a novel and said budget is not a constraint, which novel would you choose to film and why??

      4.The recent trend in hindi films is to locate some exotic foreign location , rope in a few actors with 6 packs or more, cast a skinny heroine , pump in 30-40 crore and just start shooting.. what do you have to say of such degradation??

      thanks

      1. Difficult question. There is no one such film but definitely the influence of a great many films cumulatively. Whilst growing up, used to be a great fan of Sethumadhavan sir, Vincent Sir, Bharathan sir and then Padmarajan sir. These people along with my Dad are the influences that pushed me into films though entering films was never my priority in the beginning.


      2. Newer idea and fresher talents should be encouraged and more than that the hunger to do something new should be present in the younger generation of film makers.

      3. Just a novel would not suffice. Someone has to present me with a great screenplay. A good book does not translate into a good film automatically.

      4. That such degradation is making money is of concern.



      Quote Originally Posted by gujav View Post
      Welcome Sangeeth Sir. It is a pleasure having you with us :-)
      My questions to you are:

      1.) Offlate in Malayalam flm industry, we have seen some of the well made and critically acclaimed movies like Thirakatha, Pakalnakshatram bomb at the Box Office. At the same time, some of the "not so gud" movies have done well and made profits. Of course, liking a movie is subjective, but do you think there is significant shift in the kind of cinemas malayalees watch/like these days? If yes, is this trend disturbing?

      2.) Lot of superhit malayalam movies of late 80s & 90s have been remade in Hindi. Some clicked and some dint. Is it the lack of original ideas/scripts that make such talented directors go for remakes? Are you in favour of movie remakes?

      3.) This question has already been asked by Zooshtray. In our country, there is no derth of talent. But to identify a talent early and give him/her the right break is not always easy. How did you spot young Dileep (now AR Rahman)? What made you offer him Yodha??

      Thank you :-)

      1. Well I guess the audiences get the films that they deserve. So if u say good films are not running, it just means that there is no audiences for it! It is very disheartening and disturbing. The only solution is to make good films at restrictive budgets. The will however is not to struggle nowadays. Everything should be easy and convenient. Where is the maker like John Abraham today?


      2. Not for me. It makes a lot of sense when the criteria is only monetary.

      3. He and me used to associate ourselves on advertisements. In fact we did a few jingles with him and film was a natural progression considering the wonderful stuff he used to compose even for jingles!

      Quote Originally Posted by saji View Post
      My questions

      (1) A boyhood with a family of talented people, How was it like? a normal one like any other friends of yours or a different one? How those days influence you in making of this sangeeth Sivan we admire?

      (2) Yodha was one of the ultimate entertainer in malayalam. We were looking forward for more and more of that kind..But you escaped to bollywood. why? and when are you coming back?
      1. We had an absolutely normal childhood. All of us did the things most kids used to do those days. My dad never compelled us to do anythings specific. He let us discover for ourselves what we wanted. Films was never a career option in my mind it just happened.


      2. When the films u love does not run and the films u hate run, u know something is wrong totally. When that happened to me, I left. Bollywood offered wider audiences and better budgets. Would love to do mal films soon, but first need to find an inspiring subject.

      Quote Originally Posted by Hari Kuttan View Post
      Welcome to SS sir, it's an honour to have you here!

      1. Needless to say, Yodha is one of my favourite malayalam movies, I can watch it n times without getting bored.. I liked Nirnayam too.. But sorry to say I'm not a huge fan of your hindi films.. Why did u take a break frm malayalam industry? We really miss u here..

      2. Your experience directing mohanlal..

      3. We want more good movies from you, I really hope that Yodha 2 isn't just to cash in the hype.. What's the current status of Yodha 2?

      1. Survival!

      2. The Ultimate


      3. Nothing.



      Quote Originally Posted by kuttoos View Post
      Welcome to our world

      1. why did you select Mohanlal for 3 of your movies? are you planning a Mohanlal movie in the near future ?


      2. even though the odds are against you, you are planning Yodha-2, when most of the sequels fail to meet the expectations, why do you want to take a risk ? is it because of the hype and good initial that a sequel could bring ?

      3. how easy is to direct a remake ? (nirnayam from the fugitive).

      4. We have lost a set of good technicians to Bollywood (Priyadarshan, Santhosh Sivan, Sabu Cyril and you). what made you guys to switch film industry ?

      5. do you discuss a story with your brother during the initial stages of a film ?



      1. Would love to work with Lal sir anyday! But the film need to be something very special for both him and me.




      2. Not thinking of sequels at all.



      3. Easier than doing an original, I guess



      4. Better budgets, wider reach




      5. Some times but not for all films. It is the same with him as welll. During meetings we do discuss basic ideas of the concepts we are working on.



      Quote Originally Posted by kuttoos View Post

      one more Q

      6. who introduced you to AR Rahman ? why did you choose him for Yodha ? (i think Roja was not released then..). how was your experience ?

      thanks

      Santosh introduced me to him. Unbelievable. Check out the yodha back ground score!

      Quote Originally Posted by Fontu View Post
      Hello Sir.. first of all, a big salute to the director of Yodha

      Being the captain to some of the best family thrillers of 90s (like Daddy, Gandharvam, Nirnayam) and an award winning children's film Johny (I hope I am right...am I??), you had all the chances of becoming one among the most wanted directors of today's Malayalam film industry. Fortunately or unfortunately, you shifted your attention to Bollywood. And surprisingly, instead of thrillers, you received more acceptance for comedy flicks like KKHH (and apparently, I had some of my best hilarious moments ever with KKHH ) and ASMM. So here goes my question..

      Yodha was indeed a fresh, risky and challenging effort. But since the movie was made in a regional language, the span of appreciation, fame, opportunities and popularity were limited. But you got everything from Bollywood.. even though you couldn't deliver something like Yodha. So how do you feel..? Being both a filmmaker and a careerist, which one is better in your opinion..? To resist yourself in a regional language with cult films and becoming an uncrowned king there(with limited scope and opportunities) or to be satisfied as a run-of-the mill director in the Tinsel town getting more fame, popularity and remuneration..?
      Well it is an interesting question.



      In Bollywood I tried my hands at different genres but failed initially in all till I succeeded in comedy! I was quick to realize that in Bollywood success is the only key to success. So my idea is to make successful films, be it in any genre, consolidate my position and make films that appeal to me later or produce films with younger talents. Unfortunately, I don’t see such visions bearing fruit in Malayalam. So the shift and today am quite happy with the move. It was more a practical decision at that time and I loved the challenges it bought forth. Having to start from scratch in a new industry.

      Quote Originally Posted by Tony View Post
      Dear sir,

      My question-

      At a time we used to make fun of tamil cinema and we were proud about our cinema for the content in it. But nowadays scenario is getting reversed. I feel malayalam cinema is going down in both makers's and viewers' standards. Main thing is people are not getting good pictures with nice presentation which we saw in Yodha, Chitram and all once. For creating comedy nowadays writers are going for double meanings and buffooneries. People are forced to enjoy such movies only because they are not getting good films.

      At the same time a bunch of talented directors moving to bollywood. Dont you think you people have a personal commitment to the language and the audience where you people got the name and fame? what made you to make such a decision? Is it for fame? Why are you not active in Malayalam?
      For any creator to survive there needs to be appreciation. When that fails they are confused. That confusion makes for compromise. That is what is happening in Malayalam. People are trying to make stories that they think people will like as against making films that you like!



      My decision to move was based on the fact that films I did not care much for was running and what I liked, wasn’t. At that point I thought I have lost judgement. Bollywood offered wider audiences and greater budgets at that time.

      Quote Originally Posted by nettooran View Post
      My question:
      VYUHAM is one of the best action thrillers in Mlalayalam.What made you cast Raghuvaran in the leading actor's role?He didn't have any market value in Mlayalam at that time...Do you think if you had casted anybody else, the movie would have done better? Did you approch anybody other than Raghuvaran for the titile role??

      Well for my first film i was sure that I did not want Mohan Lal or Mamooty. Wanted to approach them after proving myself. So the search began. Was impressed with Raghu in Sathya and Anjali. Liked the diverse roles he played and knew that he would justify the role.

      Quote Originally Posted by Kumbidi View Post
      Hello Sir..
      Welcome to snehasallapam
      We are really thrilled to have a talent like you here.
      My Question.

      What is your take on the younger generation of directors in malayalam film world?
      Who is/are your favorite(s)?

      Haven’t seen much of malayalam films to pass judgements. I loved some of Lal jose films as well as Blessey’s films

      Quote Originally Posted by double chankan View Post
      1.On a scale of 1-10 where would you put yourself as a film maker?
      2.You burst in to the Malayalam movie scene with quite a good movies,but slowly faded out and tried your luck in Bollywood. However I do not think that you did full justice to your potential.

      3.Given a chance to alter one decision you made in your life so far,what would be your choice?

      1. Mmmm … I let other people judge me. My assessment of myself is very low.

      2.
      Am still trying




      3. I wish I had known before hand that I was to be a film maker!



      Quote Originally Posted by BrandoLal View Post
      Hi sir...

      1) In all your films I have felt the process of editing plays an unusually important role. (In yodhaa, the arrival of Mohanlal's character to rescue Rimpoche interlaced with a ritual song, In Nirnayam, Lalu Alex's character's interrogation interlaced with Mohanlal's character's search for one handed man).Is it a conscious decision or are you just doing it for the completion of movie as a whole?
      2) Are you planning for any Malayalam films in the future?
      3) What do you feel about malayalam cinema as a whole at this juncture?

      1. Well cross cutting does help in pacing and also gives an adrenalin rush to the audience. But it all depends on what the subject demands.


      2. Not next year but if something inspiring comes across 2011




      3. No comments. It is not for me to be judgemental. It is a ? for audiences to decide.



      Thanks.

      Bye all.

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      Quote Originally Posted by radheyam View Post

      1. Do you respect yourself as an actress or being part of the film industry. Why?

      2. What do you think about the role of actresses in film industry or a film?
      Whenever we watch an interview or a talkshow, we just feel like the actresses just
      play their part only in acting the role given to them? Do you involve more into the
      films which u had been part of?

      3. What is the dignity of becoming an actress? What do you feel when you hear news like
      porn video clips of leading actresses and other gossips?

      4. Your performances in last few films like paradeshi, kerala cafe, paleri manikyam (these
      are which i watched) are just uncomparable to the performances in the earlier part of
      your career. How you moulded yourself into this new Swetha? Who all helped you in this?

      5. Tell some instance when u became really jealous of someone (personally and professionally)

      6. How long you would like to reamin in the film industry? Have you ever been victim of the
      politics in the industry and felt like leaving it forever?

      7. Tell some negatives of the industry, which u were always worried or feared about

      8. Havent seen you dancing in many films(though the role of dance master in rock n roll)
      Are you not a dancer? (which will be quite unusual with actresses)

      9. What you like the most in yourself?

      Wishing you all success both in your professional and personal life.
      Thanks a lot for being the part of this celebrity chat of SS

      1. I do totally. This is like any other industry and majority of the people here are good


      2. As an actor, I go by the director's wishes. I don't get his/her shoes at all


      3. As you said, most of them are gossips. I am very proud to be an entertainer.

      4. These movies had very powerful and meaningful characters; something that perfectly suited my persona. Earlier films portrayed me as a young girl. I think all credit goes to respective directors who believed that I could do a role well. Of course, well wishers like you and my family always lent meaningful support


      5. I am jealous of all great Hollywood actors


      6. As long as I enjoy every bit of it…never been victim


      7. There are far too many positives to notice any negative


      8. I am not a trained dancer but would love to dance


      9. Being positive


      Quote Originally Posted by Fontu View Post


      1. Are you satisfied with the way you were portrayed in Bollywood films of the past decade? Do you have any such regrets about the decisions and choices (professional as well as personal) you made throughout the period?

      2. All those years of downtime, were you in hope and search of opportunities that may prove your caliber nearer or later? How did you prepare yourself waiting to welcome such a transformation?

      3. Which film would you consider as your comeback film/second innings in Malayalam? Kakkakuyil or Thanthra?
      Of early times, other than 'Anaswaram' and 'Nakshathrakoodaram' which among yours is your favorite and why?

      4. Can you please recall those moments of grooming where Aishwarya Rai and Susmitha Sen shared your hopes and dreams? Are you successful in maintaining all such contacts till now?

      5. "I wonder how an actor like Shwethachechi is able to be so humble, social and unpretentious to all her co-workers inspite of being a Metro girl, a supermodel and a Miss India competent, that too with Aishwarya Rai and Susmitha Sen"

      Well..these are quotes taken from the latest interview with one among the leading female actors of Malayalam. So, do you think behaving yourselves appealing to others is an art/tact? How far did your life in the tinsel town contribute towards framing your character in such manner?

      6. During the early 90s, a serial called 'Ladies Hostel' was aired on TVM Doordarshan. Were you a part of that? I remember the credit titles where the leading lady character was played by an actress called Shwetha. Sorry if its a mistake..but could you please share your views on the relevance of miniscreen in promoting celebrities of today? What was your experiences hosting the show 'Star wars'?

      7. Do you have any plans to wield the megaphone?
      1. None at all, Fontu. I am full fontu person and happy with whatever comes my way


      2.I was busy with modelling and other assignments but was never worried about what I was not getting. Now that I am in Malayalam cinema, I am enjoying this phase as well


      3. Thanthra. Anaswaram as it was my first movie with a big cast


      4.We are not in touch personally anymore but socially we acknowledge each other


      5. Much like my acting, my conduct is equally spontaneous. If I look humble and unpretentious, I am glad and thank my parents and god for keeping firmly on the ground



      6. Yeah, that was me. TV is a bigger a medium to be in. Star wars was a great experience and enjoyed every bit. It also gave me my first award


      7. none as of now

      Quote Originally Posted by saji View Post

      (1) You were the second runner up in the toughest Miss India contest ever. Now you are doing many meaningful movies. As an artist do you prefer to be known as a model or an actress?

      (2) Do you have any passions, hobbies, life ambitions other than your artistic profession?

      (3) Who are your role models? How are you trying to follow the paths of these persons: (a) In modeling (b) in cinema acting and (c) in life?
      1. Both..

      2. I want to learn swimming, horse riding, playing chess…many more


      3. Modelling and cinema: None
      Life: my father is my role model


      Quote Originally Posted by Shambu View Post
      i) Which all factors now influences you in selecting movies .. ?? say, if you have to choose between two movies , one a big budget super star movie with you having a cliche heroine role and the second movie under a small banner but offers you to improvise a meaningful strong character.. which offer will you accept?? (leave the compensation factor.. )

      2)Your best character in your career and why ? (please share with us the challenges (if any) you faced )

      3) Recently in two movies Paleri Maanikyam and Paradeshi your characters were very old ... how much comfortable were you in taking up those roles (specially in paradesi.. tooo old ).. Those movies were with Big Ms... are you ready to take up older woman roles in small budget movies also..? any fear of you getting typed to such 'old age' roles only....?

      4) how do you feel about your voice.. ? how much confident are you in dubbing your characters with your own voice...? (In paleri maanikyam I think Actress Zeenath dubbed for you ...)

      5) I think in bollywood you only got chance to act in masala commercial movies... But in Malayalam you are getting a variety of roles to prove yourself (and you proved to be a good actress )...Do you still love bollywood industry since it is all about popularity stuff..?? Bollywood has changed a lot now with a variety of movies... Do you hope for any chance to act in Bollywood movies again...? if so, would you compromise for any kind of roles in bollywood movies..like item number dance kind of stuff..?
      1. A good character and the director; that's it

      2. My first challenging role was Paradesi. The biggest task was to `deglamourise' myself and look appropriately aged for the role.


      3. Not at all. I am doing a variety of roles these days if you notice my latest movies

      4. I am planning to do dubbing very soon. I am confident of my voice as I do all my Hindi movies in my own


      5. Of course I love Bollywood. If I get a good role, I would do it


      Quote Originally Posted by Neelakantan View Post
      1. Who do you feel most comfortable to act with, among the actors you shared the screen. You have already acted with superstars like Mammootty, Mohanlal and SRK. Can you boldly pick one?
      All are great in their own merits and I would love to work with them on any given day

      Quote Originally Posted by Binoy View Post

      1. How was your entry into the film industry happened ?

      2. What were your feelings when you became the second runner up for the "Miss India" title just behind to Sushmitha Sen and Aishwarya Rai?


      3. What are the major future projects that you are looking forward to ?

      4. You have done various performance oriented roles off-late.. Among that which of them do you consider as your best performance to date ?

      5. Were your family supportive when you decided to be a model and actress ? Tell us something about your family background...

      6. Being active in both Malayalam and Hindi, what are your views on both the industries ?

      1. I had won Ms Young India at Coimbatore in 1991 which was published widely. Mammootty and Jomon were making Anaswaram and they offered me a role. All of it happened so soon

      2. Frankly speaking, I was numb; how a small-town girl would have reacted then?

      3. Kayam is something that I am very excited about.

      4. My first challenging role was Paradesi. The biggest task was to `deglamourise' myself and look appropriately aged for the role.

      5.
      Of course yes. They nurture very middle class values, father is from Airforce and mother is a housewife. We enjoy perferct democracy at home

      6. Malayam cinema is very realistic and gives you good character opportunities. Hindi is larger than life, giving priority to glamour
      Quote Originally Posted by Hari Kuttan View Post

      First of all i really liked ur performance in Kerala cafe and also Paradesi.. (I'm yet to see paleri manikyam).. Do you feel worried that you seldom get meaty roles and when you get them, it's generally under-appreciated?

      Do you think so? I think all my character roles have ben very well appreciated


      Quote Originally Posted by kuttoos View Post
      could you please tell us about your family
      Quote Originally Posted by Pankajakshan View Post
      1. Glamour roles cheyyumbol veetukaril ninnu edhirpukal neridendi vanitilley?
      Of course yes. They nurture very middle class values, father is from Airforce and mother is a housewife. We enjoy perferct democracy at home


      Quote Originally Posted by lodestar View Post

      Do you feel any speciality for malayam film industry when compared to other south indian film industries?
      Malayam cinema is very realistic and gives you good character opportunities. Hindi is larger than life, giving priority to glamour

      Quote Originally Posted by Digambaran View Post
      Your performance in paradesi was one of the best portrayals of a woman character in malayalam movies of late. Kudos. What level of preparations went into getting into the skin of that character? Or was it spontaneous?
      Quote Originally Posted by chinnan View Post
      Does paradesi made any difference in u(as an actress and as a person)?
      I am a spontaneous person and more of a director's actor. Paradesi got me recognition as an actor beyond glamour

      Quote Originally Posted by chinnan View Post
      1. What is your stand on thilakan issue?
      2. Who all are your favorite directors?
      1. No comments
      2. There are many



      Quote Originally Posted by lodestar View Post
      What was ur dream for future..i mean ambition,,during the earlier periods before you become an actress?
      I wanted to become a pilot or at least an airhostess


      Quote Originally Posted by lodestar View Post
      Did ur carrier satisfy with the present momentum in urs film industries?
      Quote Originally Posted by Pankajakshan View Post
      malayalathil early 90'sil vanittu pinne pettennu gap vannadhu endhu kondu?

      I am happy with the current turn of events. I was busy with commitments in Hindi films and modelling.

      Quote Originally Posted by Pankajakshan View Post
      Apreeyamaayi thonniya song edhu?
      I love music; I can't recall one now


      Quote Originally Posted by kuttoos View Post
      1. how do you maintain your body weight ? dieting/yoga/exercise

      2. any dream role/projects ?
      1. exercise..correctly and eat well
      2. Many…

      Quote Originally Posted by Digambaran View Post
      1. Of late you seem to have concentrated on a lot of "serious" characters, is it a conscious effort?
      2. Looking back, are you proud that you appeared in the "Kamasutra" ads which catapulted you to public imagination?
      1. Nothing of that sort..
      2.
      Of course. I am proud and do not regret anything



      *PS: Some questions have been ignored because they were similar to/repetitions of other questions. Please co-operate.
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      Interview With Shaan Rahman

      Quote Originally Posted by lodestar View Post
      Questions:
      1.What was ur initial aim while entering into music director profession?
      2.Which was the most memorable and ur favourite work u r most happy abt its creation.....?
      3.Something abt ur family
      4.Ur favourite personality in music industry....
      Thanks a lot for joining us...
      Hoping for many more new generation tracks from u,
      Your Fan.......Lodestar Kiran
      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello Lodestar,

      1: Try n make sum gud songs
      2: Coffee@Mg Road...always
      3: Dad,Mom,Sis,Bro n now,wifey
      4: AR Rahman

      Thanx fr the qstns lodestar

      Quote Originally Posted by critic View Post
      At present why can't Malayalam movies give superb audio albums like say Paiyaa which is an ordinary film at max had superb sound tracks which made the movie a hit. Tamil has (forget AR) Harris Jayaraj, Yuvan atleast as the new age music dirtectors. These people make songs for the new age and sound. In Malayalam no career has taken off... We have Rahul Raj,Gopi Sundar, you, Mejo etc but no one has made a huge impact? Do you know the reason or is it just fate? Tell me your thoughts..

      P.S - I really like your "Ilam Manju pole' song, not sure if many have heard it. Can that be made part of any of your upcoming movies?
      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello critic,

      Well,my view is that directors and producers in tamil giv a lot of room to music directors to experiment their work. To try fresh sounds n programming n stuff. They always think "wats new" wer as ppl here think "Wats hit". Im not sayin we're close to tamil music but then again,we're not that far either Evrthn wil change,Just gv it sum more time
      thanx fr luvin my song

      Shaan



      Quote Originally Posted by kuttoos View Post
      1. your favorite music director from malluwood ?
      2. favorite malayalam album released this year ?
      3. oru small family/academic background ?
      4. music download cheythittundo ? eppol swantham album internet-l spread cheyyunathu kanumbol vishamam thonarundo ?



      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hey kuttoos

      1: Deepak Dev
      2: Just heard "Elsamma enna aankutty". Very nice songs. Gs dat'l be a fave one
      3: Dad,mom,sis,bro n wife...Bcom kazhinjittu Audio Visual engg kku poyi. Angane angane angane...
      4: Download cheythittundu. Kshama illaathe aavumbozhaanu cheyyunnathu. Oru album ethra thiranjittum kittiyillengil mathram download cheyyum,original kittiyaal vaangikkukayum cheyyum. Vishamam thonnum but ithe awastha thanne aayirikkum avarudethum,allengil download cheyyillallo

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by Zodiac View Post
      Kidilam

      Shaan,

      1. Music director enna nilayilethiyathinu aarodokkeyanu kadapettirikkunnathu?

      2. Inspiration kandethunnathu evide ninnaanu?


      3. Sruthi shariyavan software upayogikkunnathinodu yojikkunundo?

      4. Changaayi enna song kettu. Pazhaya ARR peppy numbersinte orchestrationnodu saamyam thonni. Athu manapoorvam aano?

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Helo Zodiac,

      1: Family and my friend Vineeth Sreenivasan.
      2: Nammale ellaa nalla kaaryangalum inspire cheyyum. Enne AR songs oru paadu inspire cheythittundu,athu pole movies,long drives. Anything can inspire you. Difficult to point out one
      3: Technology nalla reethiyil use cheyyunnathu kondu kuzhappamillennu thonnunnu. Shruthi sheriyaavaatha paattu aalukal ishtappedillallo. Nalla reethiyil 100% shruthi cherthu paadunna paattukaarum(youngsters) ippo kuravaanu.
      4: Onnum manapporvamalla. But its a credit. Njan AR inde 90sile songsinde HardCore fan aanu. Chilappo angane vannathaayirikkaam

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by raaman View Post
      1. Reality show nadathi kotta kanakkinu paattukaare cinemayilekk kayatti vidunna TV channels-nod enthaanu parayaanullath?
      2. malayalathil aarude lyrics-il work cheyyanam ennaanu aagraham?
      3. vineeth sreenivaasanumaayulla friendship-ne kurich 2 vaakk.....
      4. cheytha ethenkilum paattukal kurachu koodi nannaakkaamaayirunnu enn pinneed thonniyittundo???
      5. lakshyangal enthokkeyaanu????

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello Raaman,

      1: Be genuine. Kuttikalude future vechu kalikkaruthu.
      2: Ippo Rafeeq Ahmad
      3: Genuine and selfless. Avane polathe suhruthine kittuka ennathu oru bhaagyam aanu.
      4: Haha...Ellaa paattukalum
      5: Valya lakshyangal onnum illa. But nalla oru musician aayi ariyappedanam ennundu.

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by Jaggu View Post
      Qn No 1. Music compose cheythathinu shesham athinu suit aakunna reethiyil lyrics ezhuthunna oru pravanatha malayalam movie industryil kandu varunnathaayi kelkkunnu... Ithine patti thaangalude abhiprayam enthaanu??

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello Jaggu,

      Valare sheriyaanu. Athendu kondaanennu sathyam paranjaal enikkariyilla. But ippozhathe working reethi anganeyaanu. Pattanathil bhootham,Metro ithilokke aadhyam tune undaakkaanaanu director paranjathu. Tune ishtappettal pinneedu lyricsum ezhuthum. Malarvaadi was dfrnt bcuz director thanne aayirunnallo Lyricist . But randu reethikkum athindethaaya pros n cons undu.

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by Sootran View Post
      Hi shaan,

      1. I thoroughly enjoyed your 'palavattam kathu ninnu njan..' but got irritated when I heard the usha uthup version 'pala vattam kandathanu njan'. for me that was one of the worst albums in malayalam recently. How do you rate that version ? what was your first reaction when you heard that song?

      2 who is the greatest male play back singer india ever had Dasettan, mohd Rafi or any one else?

      3. who is the greatest female singer of india ? K.S chithra , latha mangeshkar or asha bhosle ?

      4. cinema field andha vishwasangalude kootharangu aanennu kettittundu . sharatinte polulla mikacha music directorinu avashyathinu avasarangal labhikkathathu addeham sangeetha samvidhanam cheyta cinemakal venda reetiryil vijayikathathu kondanu ennum (though most of his songs were brilliant).

      ethra mikacha sangeethajnan aayalum ingane oru avastha neridendy varum ennu ashanka undo ?

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello Soothran,

      1: I was shocked. They cud've made it better or they shudnt hav done it.
      2: Mohd Rafi saab anytime And ofcrs Kishore Kumar.
      3: Lataji
      4: Sathyam paranjaal njan anganeyonnum ithu vare chinthichittilla. Ende 3rd film alle aayittullu.

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by Brother View Post
      hi shan rahman..
      firstly thanks to your latest hit album Malarvadi arts club.

      1.Malarvadiyile gangal...thankale poornamaum thripthipeduthiyittundo?(situation base cheythulla songs anallo)
      2.A.R.Rahman/Ilayaraja Who is your favourite?why?

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello Brother,

      1: Theerchayaayum.
      2: AR Rahman. Bcuz he took indian music to the next level.

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by lalistheonlySuperStar View Post
      Hi shaan Rahman

      My questions to you....

      1. sangeethathil aranu thangalude guru or aranu thangalile kazhivu kandeduthathu?

      2. Malaradi arts club nalla reportumayi munnerunnu. aa padathinte vijayam thangalude careeril etratholam valuthanu?

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello,

      1: Guru sathyam paranjaal AR Rahman aanu kaaranam adhehathinde paattukal kettaanu njan valarnnathu. Oru music teacher onnumilla enikku. Ellaam njan swanthamaayi padichathaanu.

      2: Valare valare valuthaanu. Career maathramalla,personaly ennodu valare aduppamulla film aanu MAC. Kaaranam thudakkam muthal athinde koode undaavaan enikku kazhinju.

      thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by navarannan View Post
      My Questions to Shan Rahman

      1. Are you satisfied working in Malayalam music industry. Do you think its a perfect platform to nurture your talent?

      2. Tell us about your family life.

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Originally Posted by navarannan
      My Questions to Shan Rahman

      1. Are you satisfied working in Malayalam music industry. Do you think its a perfect platform to nurture your talent?

      2. Tell us about your family life.

      Hello Navarannan,

      1: I hv very little experience to answer that qstn. But im sure its a gud platform,if not perfect,to do our thing.

      2: Well,Dad's wrkn in Ras Al Khaimah,mom's here,sis is a doctor n bro's doin hs BA in Vis fx frm blore. My wife's name is Zaira n we're completing one full year together on the 11th of next month. Dats about it.

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by Saroj Kumar View Post
      My Qns :

      1. Which one do you prefer? Tune first and then lyrics or vice versa?

      2. What can we expect from from your new movie "The Metro" produced by Dileep's Grand Productions?

      3. What do you think your greatest achievement so far?

      4. Any further plans for musical albums like Coffee @ MG Road?

      5. What is your take on Music piracy and downloads? Don't you think that there is a humane side to it as original cassettes and CDs are not accessible for malayalees spread around the globe?

      6. This is a personal question. How can you be so humble and down-to-earth even after being a celebrity?
      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello ther,

      1: Both can do wonders in their own ways. Wat matters is the end result.

      2: The Metro is a High energy movie with lots of speed! You can expect that kind of music in it.

      3: Coffee @ Mg Road

      4: No plans as yet but anyth can happen

      5: Very true. Its time that our music should be "sold" through the internet (like itunes).

      6: First off,i dont n never wil consider myself a celeb. Im only doing my work just like evryone else. Im not the jaada type but im a very reserved guy. Dats me

      thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by Mr.malayali View Post
      shaanikka, can we expect d songs like old 80s from you,

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello Mr Malayali,

      that was a golden era :D The best ever. Dont know wether i'd be able to do that type of songs. Wil dfntly try my best

      Thank you ,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by aadu thoma View Post
      who is your fav malayalam singer?
      who is your fav malayalam music director?
      who is your fav malayalam actor?
      who is your fav malayalam actress?
      who is your fav malayalam director?

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello aadu thoma (Dats my fave Lalettans charactr)

      1: Deepak Dev
      2: Mammooty n Mohanlal
      3: No one.
      4: Joshi sir

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by Chakochi View Post
      Shaan chetta Puthiya projects vallathum undo...ee question nerthe vallaru chodhichenkilum reply tharane.....Pinne enikku Chettante pattinu..ARR pattinte feel kittarundu.....

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello Chakochi,

      Dileepettan produce cheyyunna "The Metro" aanu next padam. ARR paattinde feel kittunnu ennu paranjathu njan oru angeekaaramaayi edukkunnu. thank you very much

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by tonykuttan View Post
      Hi shan sir,
      1. Piracy in malayalam music industry is very big nd i'm sure only a handful of people in kerala buys the original music cd of a movie because the songs are released fast in net... So do u have any suggestion to curb this or making legal download possible??
      2. Mal.cinemayude promotion okke mattu language muvi's compare cheyyumbol poor aanu...What is your take on making the movie reach to a wider audience..? Does the music videos like the one you had did for pappi appacha a new step towards that?

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello Tony,

      1: It is a curse. Music companies should make sure that this dusnt happen n they shud ensure that the cds shud get to the stores asap. Or they should start legal pay-n-download sites like itunes.

      2: Sheriyaanu,the reason is stil unaware to me. Wat i believe is that if the film is gud,it'l speak fr itself. I totaly agree with you though. Production houses shud concentrate more on new techniques for selling films. N more over,ppl don go to cinema halls now,they wait fr a pirated vcd or dvd to gt release cuz dats much cheaper than a whole family goin to the movie hall.Yes,Paapi vdo ws like dat. Wish more n more ppl did dat kind of stuff.

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by Kyaari View Post
      hello Shaan.. welcome 2 SS,

      1, Vineeth thanne pala abhimukhangalilum paranju kettathanu, Malarvadiyile pattukal palavettam matti undakkiyathanu ennu. pala nalla tune-kalum matti mattiyanu eppol ulla pattukalil ethichernnathu ennu. angane enkil upekshikkapettavayil thankalkku eshtapetta tunes undayirunno? eny ethelum oru avasarathil a tunes thankal upayogikkumo..?
      2, Oru producer enna nilayil Malarvadiyile Songsil Dileepettante edapedalukal undayittundo?...enthenkilum tharathil ulla nirbendha budhi kanichittundo..?

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello Kaaryasthan,

      1: Yes,nalla tunes okke undaayirunnu. Athu dfntly ennegilum oru avasaram kittiyaal upayigikkum

      2: Dileepettan ottum idapettittilla. Oru professional aanu Dileepettan. "Ethra samayam venamengilum edutho but paattukal adipoliyaayirikkanam" ennu maathramaanu Dileepettan paranjathu.

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by saji View Post
      Hi,

      Engine aanu Vineethumaayi adyam koodi chernnathu.?

      Vineeth-Shan albums hit aanu, ippol malarvaadiyum van hit aanu. ee koottu kettil ninnum ini enthu pratheekshikkaam?

      Ethu tharam paattukal aanu cheyyaan ishtam? melody/nadan paattukal/comedy ?


      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello Saji,

      1: Nudumbaseri airportil vechaanu aadhyam kaanunnathu. Pinne nalla suhruthukkalaayi. Music taste okke identical aayirunnu. Athu bandhathinde aazham kooti.

      2: Malarvaadi ippo irangiyathalle ullu. Njangal athinde santhoshathilaanu. Thalkaalam bhaaviyekurichonnum parayaaraayittilla.

      3: Ellaa tharavum...Melody aanu koottathil thaalparyam

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by PAPPICHAYAN View Post
      Hi,

      Malarvadi yile Songs, Pinnedu kettappol. ithilum nannakkamayirunnu, ennu thonniyirunno?

      Undenkil athevideyanu?

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello Paappichayan,

      Idakku thonnum. But appo thanne vittu kalayum,kaaranam athu eni alochichittu kaaryamillallo

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by Chakochi View Post
      One more question..Albuthilokke abhinayichille..ini cinemayile nayakanayo..Sundaranaya villain ayo njangalku kanan kazhiyo...?
      and wishing all the best for your future...

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      hahaha... Aarengilum vilichaal pokum

      Shaan
      Quote Originally Posted by Chirakkal Sreehari View Post
      Haiii Shaan,

      Malarvaadiyile "Changaayi" enna song ente oru favourite tune aanu, Malabar slangile lyrics ulla oru song, aa song create cheythathinte background onnu parayamo?

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello Deepu,

      Aadhyam changaayi tune full vere aayirunnu. But kurachu kazhunjappol aa paattinu venda oru pleasantness illennu thonni. Pettennu oru tune vannu...Vineethinum ishtappettu...athaanu ningal ippol kelkkunna tune.

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by Saroj Kumar View Post
      Shaan,

      1. Malarvadi BGM/Rerecording was a new experience. How did you do it? Sasi, Sasi enna bgm/who let the dogs out enna bgm okke aarude ideas aanu?

      2. BGM cheyyunnathaano Song cheyyunnathaano kurachoode difficult task?

      3. Chila music directors paranju kelkkarundu avar mattullavarude pattukal kekkaarilla ennu, avarude pattinte reethi influence cheyyathirikkaan aanu ingane cheyyunnathennu. What is your take? Shaan ella pattukalum kelkkarundo?

      4. Pick one song(from malayalam) each of your choice suiting the below.
      a. Romance b. Nostalgia c. Lost love d. Jovial e. friendship f. Party song g. being lonely

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello,

      1: Ellaam oru dhairyamaanu. Vineethinde first film BG cheyyaan enne elppikkumbol athu ethrayum bhangi aakki kodukkuka ennathu ethra valya responsibility aanennu njan parayandallo. But ellam dhaivathinde anugraham kondu nannaayi vannu. Ellaam nammal discus cheythu vanna ideas aanu. Sasi,dog ellaam...

      2: Dfntly BGM

      3: Njan ella paattukaluk kelkkaarundu. Oru music drctr ellaam kelkkanam ennaanu ende personal opinion.

      4a: Mazhayulla raathriyil...(Kadha)
      4b: Aa raagam (Kshanakathu)
      4c: Marakkaam ellaam marakkaam (Swapnakoodu)

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by double chankan View Post
      Hi shaan,
      congrats on being the trend setter among the youth..

      1.picturization mosham aayath kondo film flop aayath kondo nalla oru composition sradikapedathe poya exp undo? If yes which one nd wat was the feelng?

      2.future projects?

      Sorry if these were answerd earlier

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Hello,

      1: Pattanathil bhoothathil "Aaro nilaavaayi thalodi" enna oru song undu. Its stil one of my best compositions. Athu shoot cheyyunnilla ennu paranjappol thakarnnu poyi.

      2: Dileepettan produce cheyyunna "The Metro"

      Thank you,

      Shaan

      Quote Originally Posted by PAPPICHAYAN View Post
      Appol cinema Nadan aakanam enna mohavum undennu churukkam, anyway my best wishes,
      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Angane mohamonnumilla. Ellaam experience cheyyanam ennundu,athre ullu. Avasaanam athu ptiyilla,ithu ptiyilla ennu paranju vishamichirikkandallo

      Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Rahman View Post
      Dear friends and well-wishers,

      I hav to leave now because i hav sum urgent work here to finish. I thank all of you for your questions. Thank you once again to one n all and especially to Mr Arun for giving me this oppurtunity to interact with all of you through Snehasallaapam. It was indeed a sneham niranja sallapam. Gnite to all of you. Take care and God Bless

      Luv n music,

      Shaan Rahman :D

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