Feb 13, 2007

"Omkara" rocks. Koi shaq?

7 comments:

Samrat said...

Omkara music is the most refreshing music I have heard for a long time. With unconventional lyrics and rhythm.
This is preposterous.

SANTOSH KUMAR T K said...

sometimes it's good not to be in the league of the extraordinary gentlemen, i guess...

a coincidence? dunno,

www.madness-of-madras.blogspot.com

SANTOSH KUMAR T K said...

and to put it plainly, me thinks that bollywood cant stand true, unpretentious talent, moreso if they are outsiders (literally and figuratively)

kamal hassan, maniratnam, kashyap,vishal bhardwaj...

and for all the holy crap about modernisation, "creativity", corporatisation it is still a distributor friendly junkyard quite akin to my telugu land... it shall take light years or will it be my grandkids watching 75th FF awards when a KJ or a DJ doesnt get a POWER award...

my guess for the next lifetime
a-chee-vement (read appeasement) award: Rakesh Roshan

SANTOSH KUMAR T K said...

and finally, christ!!! i think i will have to blame you, if i get lost following the links that your blog abounds in... always craved for all baradwaj rangan's rants at one place... thanks!

janak chandarana said...

Himesh Reshammiya getting nomination in place of Bhardwaj!!
thats sad day for Bollywood.

Manish said...

Filmfare is disgrace anyway!

George said...

Time to start hawking Raja Hindustani DVDs with a raffle for CDs of the Kuch Kuch Hota Hai soundtrack. In addition to the please-all-concerned algorithm, I think we can safely assume that the combinatorial device adopted in selecting the year's "best" is choosing the highest earning pieces of dead pigeon wings; who says it's a sad day for Bollywood? It's just another day in parodeux.