Tuesday, November 21, 2006

வா.வு.சி நினைவு நாள் - Nov-18th

தலை இழந்து இந்தியன்
கப்பம் கட்டிய நேரத்தில்
தலை நிமிர்ந்து நீ
கப்பல் ஓட்டினாய்!

நாடு விடுதலை பெற
வீடு துறந்து
சிறை சென்றாய்!
உனை கொடுத்தாய்!

உமது நினைவு நாளை
எப்படி நான் மறப்பேன்!
எப்படி நான் மறப்பேன்!

மன்னித்து அருள் செய்க!
வாழ்க இந்தியா!
வந்தே மாதரம்!

வா.வு.சி புகழ் ஓங்குக!


Vinesh said...

Ha! And I watched a movie that was unlike Happy Feet - that cannot be watched with children!! :-P

Touching poem about Va Vu Si. Rare to find freedom songs/poems these days.

Anonymous said...

That was a nice and short one. As you have written everything in tamil, just wanted to say a correction..it is va .oo. c. I mean uyirezhuthu oo, for his dad's name is ulaganatha pillai as you might know.

- Meena

Srikanth said...

salute to the great leader.

Awatts said...

This one caught my eye. Reminded me of the school days when we read about all the freedom fighters (konar guides vazhga!)

I have read a lot of comments from you on different blogs, very good comments with specific observations! I loved your composition on "Mella Mella" BLS2 and the singers did justice to it.

Ram.C said...

Glad that you reminded about a great Freedom figher's memorial day... It is unfortunate, they go unnoticed these days..

BTW.. why the comment part of 'happy feet' has been blocked? I would love to watch this movie with my Son...

REgarding your concern of INdian movies not coming up well in this area, we need to chk out the market and technology. For the amount which they need to spend for a perfect nice cartoon movie likt this, they cannot expect return or not even recover the investment, since the kids market is not that big. [Compared to hollywood flicks, getting market everywhere]. In this regard, I can refer to the technolgcly poor 'Krishna' cartoon which released recently in India, which didn't get good appreciation....

It is a chicken & egg issue..

ms.wise said...

Comment on Happy Feet in wrong posting - sorry
Yes, indeed an interesting animated movie.

It's better that they improve the flaws in current areas of movies , rather than trying their hand on new things.

Jeevan said...

Nice writeup!