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    Hub Awards 2006 - Tamil Film Music

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    Hub Awards 2006 - Tamil Film Music



    Best Choreography / Picturisation: Kannum kannum nokia from Anniyan (Details)

    Best Lyricist: Vali

    Album of the year: Arindhum Ariyamalum

    Song of the year: Mayilirage from Ah Aah

    Best Playback Singer - Female: Shreya Ghosal

    Best Playback Singer - Male: Naresh Iyer

    Best Music Director 2005: Yuvan Shankar raja

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    Best Choreography

    Technological advances have been best made to use in Tamil films. Generally, it is accepted that Tamil films are miles ahead at least in terms of technology, when compared with films of other languages. The trend of having group dancers accompanying the lead pair in overseas locations continued into 2005 and is expected to also remain so in 2006!

    Kannum kannum nokia from Anniyan was shot from angles never seen in KLIA and Petronas Towers. Inside sources say that the water bed (with goldfish swimming it it) - shown for a mere 10 seconds on the screen, cost the producers RM25,000 - that is almost 3 lakhs!

    On the extreme other end, Raa raa, which was shot entirely in a studio, but which was the highlight of the movie Chandramukhi, too captured the fascination of audience world wide.

    Yet another kind of picturisation - depending entirely on computer graphics - was also popular. Lakhs was spend doing fancy stuff in the song Mayilirage from the movie Ah Aah - though many would have prefered any other hero, other than director SJ Surya.

    Other competition in this category was the very stylish picturisation of Suttum vizhi sudare (Gajini) and the ultra sexy Theeppidikka (Arindhum Ariyaamalum).

    So what captured our Hubbers imagination?
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    And the winner is...

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    Best Choreography 2005!

    Kannum kannum nokia from Anniyan !


    with 29% of the votes received. A 'Twin-towering' triumph indeed!

    'Raa raa' closely followed with 21% votes. "suttum vizhi sudare" was third with 16% votes.

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    3 lacks for 10 secs

    next yearla 5.32 sec songukku 2 kodi selavu panni padam edukkuraru. ippave reserve panni vachikka vendiyadhu thaan.

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    Best Lyricist

    Millions throughout the world are linked together in this forum through their love for Tamil songs. What are songs if not sheer poetry. Tamil Filmdom has produced just not lyricists (paadalaasariyar) but amazing poets (kavignar) too.

    When talking about lyrics, we cannot forget the first name that comes to our mind - Kannadhasan! He has set a standard so high that even today, lyricists are struggling to meet his standard - which is delivering thoughts in a ordinary layman manner.
    In fact many songs written by Kannadasan have acquired literary status.

    Even immortal works of poets such as Bharathiyar and Bharathidasan have been given life by our film maestros.

    But old songs does not end with Kannadhasan. In fact, the very first lyricist for Tamil film was Madhurakavi Bhaskaradas. Many others have places in history including Pattukottai Kalyana Sundaram, Papanasam Sivan. Kalaignar Karunanidhi, Maruthakasi, Aalangudi Somu, Panju Arunasalam, Pulamai Pithan, Gangai Amaran, etc.

    Even now, there is no lack of lyricists, the more popular being Vaali, Vairamuthu, Muthulingam, Mu Metha, Arivumathi, Pazhani Bharathi, Pa Vijay, Na Muthukumar, Thamarai, etc.

    With so many lyricists and thousands of songs, who will be the Lyricist of the year?
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    Best Lyricist 2005!

    Vaali !


    with 40% of the votes...! "Devuda" sure has blessed him.. He beats his nearest rival "Naa. Muthukumar" who got 29% of votes.
    It was a sad year for last year's winner Vairamuthu. He received only 16% votes.. !

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    Thanks, Scale! Keep following the results.. You missed the lucky draw, but you may be in for the hubber award !

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    Album of the Year

    If you could only afford to buy one album in 2005, what would it have been? Could it be Chandramukhi - to listen to the telugu Raaraa and maybe the only album with two SP Bala songs?

    Or could it be the sole ARR album of 2005 - Ah Aah, quenching the thirst of millions world-wide? Yuvan Shankar Raja gave a feast in Arindhum Ariyaamalum, produced by Malaysian deejay Geetha - Is that the album you want to hear, especially Thyagaraja Bhagavathar's rendition?

    Or would it be the electronic Shankar-Harris Jayraj combo's Anniyan. Kanda Naal Mudhal or Ghajini?
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    Album of the year 2005!

    Arindhum Ariyamalum !


    which got 24% of the votes...! It is actually an impressive performance as YSR had 3 nominations (that could have lead to possible vote split) whereas the ARR gang had only 1 album to vote for. Yet this album emerged a winner. The race was actually very close. "A A" beat "Ah Aah" by only one vote! Chandramukhi got the third spot with 15% votes.

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