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Bought the newly released Chandramukhi DVD this weekend. This is the third time I m buying Chandramukhi DVD. The earlier two attempts the DVDs didnt work properly. This new DVD is from Ayngaran and its a double disk edition. A first of its kind in Tamil DVD world (first time in Indian Market). The Sivaji original DVD is yet to hit chennai market.

Just completed watching the special features DVD. The price Rs 300 is worth for the special features DVD itself. It contains the audio release function, 804th day celebration, deleted scenes and Making of Chandramukhi. It also has the original soundtrack. The movie also comes in Dolby and DTS audio formats.

The deleted scenes is what that interested me. Many of them would have added lot of value to the movie but they have cut them for their own reasons.

If there is anyone who is still contemplating on whether to go ahead and buy this DVD version, my advice is you wont regret it.


Dot said…
A post on the deleted scenes, pls ;-)
Dan said…
Heres a sneek peek into deleted scenes
there is one scene which is a conversation between Rajini and Vadivel before Rajini takes Vadivel to bungalow
Another one between Prabhu and Rajini where the actual crux is discussed whether ghost exists or not
like that many more are there ..
Vijayan said…
Ya I too had seen it was awesome ...

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இந்த சனிக்கிழமை 2008 பொருட்காட்சிக்கு செல்லலாம் என்று மிகுந்த ஆவலோடு சென்றேன். மிகுந்த ஏமாற்றமே மிஞ்சியது. மொத்தமாக 10 ஸ்டால்களே உள்ளன அவை அனைத்துக்கும் தனியாக கட்டணம் வசூல் செய்ய ஆரம்பித்து விட்டார்கள். எனக்கு தெரிந்து ஸ்டால்களுக்கு முன்பெல்லாம் கட்டணம் கிடையாது.

சரி கட்டணம் வசூல் செய்கிறார்களே உள்ளே விஷயம் எப்படி என்றால் மிக கொடுமை. மீன் மற்றும் பறவை காட்சிக்கு தலா 3 ரூபாய் வாங்கினார்கள். நன்றாக இருந்தது.

அடுத்து பேய் மாளிகை அது இது என்று ஸ்டால் இருந்தன. 10 ரூபாய் கட்டணம். சரி போய் பார்க்கலம் என்று போனால். உள்ளே கும்மிருட்டு. நான்கு அறைகள் ஒவ்வொன்றிலும் விளக்கு அணைந்து அணைந்து எறிந்து கொண்டு இருந்தன. ஒவ்வொரு அறையிலும் ஒரு பேய் பொம்மை. சில சிறுவர்களை திடீரென்று இருட்டில் நடந்து வர செய்கிறார்கள் கும்மிருட்டில் யார் முகமும் தெரியவில்லை. லண்டண் மேடம் டுஸ்ஸாட் போல …

Ularatha Ratham

The title of this blog is a famous title of Rajesh Kumar's tamil novel. Those who are familiar with tamil novels must have heard of Rajesh Kumar. He played a major role in inculcating the reading habit in me. His novels used to be such an attraction. He along with Asokan used to do a monthly named Crime Novel. There used to be a tag on top of each issue saying "India's largest selling monthly novel". The coimbatoorilirindhu trunkcall section through which Rajesh Kumar puts forth his views on general happenings used to be another attraction.

Now going back to the title this was the first book I read by Rajesh Kumar and believe me it made me loose my sleep. I read this novel somewhere between 1985 and 1989.

The story is about a family moving to a new bungalow they have bought recently. It starts off with the family going for the grahapravesam in a car. This family starts to experience some bad things from the first day.

There's a scene where a head comes out of a hole…