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Oorakkali...Oorakkali...Oorakkali Doi
PGV  [ Mon, Jul 2, 2012 ]
           
  • The song 'Naakkamukka...' in P.V. Prasad's 'Kaadalil Vizhundaen' has become a youth anthem not so long ago. It is again Prasad who is giving another similar number 'Oorakkali...Oorakkali...Oorakkali Doi' in 'Eppadi Manasukul Vandai', which, he is sure, will be a fabulous hit with all, young and old.

    Viswa plays the lead role in EMV. He has undergone a total physical make-over. Tanvi Vyas, who won the 2008 Femina Miss India title, plays opposite Viswa. She is a Gujarati and has picked up some Tamil. In EMV, Deepa has dubbed for Tanvi.
    Irfan, Ravikaale, Sathish and many new faces have acted in the film. 'Naan Mahan Illai' villain Magi plays the comedian.

    Vijay Milton is the cinematographer. He has used Super 35 camera adopting the 'Three Perfection' technology. Any common viewer can appreciate the output, says PVP.

    PVP has written the story, screenplay and songs. After listening to the story, Vijay Milton was so impressed that he penned the dialogues himself.

    Some cows stop giving milk after only one or two months. A man takes them along with bulls to grazing lands. This man is called Oorakkali in rural areas. PVP has made the word Oorakkali a pallavi. Viswa and Debidatta who trained at a Mumbai gymnastics feature in 'Oorakkali Doi' sung by Chinna Ponnu (Naakkamukka) and Gana Ulaganathan (Vaalameen).

    A.J. Daniel, who worked as a sound engineer for music director Harris Jayaraj for 15 years, is the composer. There are in all 10 tracks _ six long and four short. Theme music also finds place in the album.

    The film has seven stunt scenes. These spine-chilling fights will raise goose-pimples in action lovers, PVP vouches.

    About the story, Prasad says that in a circle of close friends, it is difficult to know who is a foe. If the foe is eventually identified, the heart breaks.


           



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