Guess which fantabulous movie (set to complete it’s 100 days run at the Indian box office) released it’s DVD/BLU-RAY today???

Now tell me you don’t want to watch Bangalore Days after listening to the bgm in this.

Shall be posting links soon :D


angel-cine:

Ennakul Oruvan (1984)

13 year old Shobana slayed so hard


breakingnewsghagra:

Ee paatin aathmavil, neerum vedhana ariyenda nee
(You don’t need to know the searing pain in the soul of this song…)

Onnum ariyenda nee

(You don’t need to know any of it…)

Enkilum njan padum

(However, I will still sing…)

Ee paatente swantham… Ennum swantham… Swantham…

(This song is mine… Forever mine… Mine…)

This song is one of the best parts of the movie; the lyrics, heartbreakingly sad in her part, heartbreakingly sweet and hopeful in his… :’)

(I’m working on translating the whole song! Anyone willing to help?)

I completely agree with this being one of the best parts of the film. Because there’s just so much emotion in the lyrics. How she wants so much to even just be a part of his life, let alone to have the kind of marital relationship she dreamed of before getting married. How he wants so much to let her in, to let her know that she’s the one that teaching him how to smile again, letting him forgive himself. How he wants so much for this to work. How he knows that he’s falling for her.

And here’s my take on the lyrics (which definitely lack the original beauty- curse you English!)

Ente kannil ninakkayi orukiya swapnangal, kanenda nee kandu nilkenda nee
(You don’t need to look, you don’t need to see the dreams I had for you in my eyes)

Aaranu nee enikkinnaarodum chollenda nee, kadha parayenda nee
(You don’t need to tell anyone who you are to me, you don’t need to spin tales)

Thammil thammil moolum paatukelkenda nee
(You don’t need to hear the song humming between us) 

Koode paadenda nee, koode aadenda nee
(You don’t need to sing along, you don’t need to dance along)


Chumma chummath en pirake nadakkan anuvadham moolenda nee
(You don’t need to quietly ask for permission to follow me )

Thirike nokkenda nee
(You don’t need to look back)

Kannil kannil nokathenne kaanunnuvo...
(Can you see me without looking eye to eye?)

Enthengilum mindamo nee?
(Can you say something?)

Kannil eeran, ithu kanneero?
(Damp eyes…are these tears?)

En moham, athu neeyo
(My desire…is that you?)

Ee paatin aathmavil, neerum vedhana ariyenda nee
(You don’t need to know of the searing pain at the soul of this song)

Onnum ariyenda nee,
(You don’t need to know of anything)

Enkilum njan padum
(However, I will still sing…)

Ee paatente swantham…ennum swantham…swantham
(This song is mine…forever mine…mine)

                      ~Male Voice~

Manassil sallapangal parayaatharinju nee,
(You knew the rhythm of my heart without being told) 

Ennodonnum mozhinjeela nee
(You didn’t tell me anything)

Pinneyum ninne kaanumbol, en nenjil subadra nee
(Seeing you again…you’re the ‘Subhadra’ [character in the Mahabharata] of my heart)

Ee bandathin balamayi, ne ariyaathe arinju nee
(The strength of this relationship…you knew without knowing…)

En nenjil, ariyathe, cherunnu nee,
(…that you…without knowing.. were coming closer to my heart)

Chernnu nee
(…Coming closer)


enroutetodreams:

midukki:

"he can be the appu to ente veedu anydayyyy"

angela i totally

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understand where

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you’re coming from.

midukki

I stand by my words, lmao

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take me here and now sweet jesus


fyeahmalayalamcinema:

Nazriya + Fahadh's wedding trailer

I DON’T THINK YOU UNDERSTAND/ 
IS THIS THE TRAILER TO BANGALORE DAYS PART 2???

NO

IT’S THE FRICK FRACKIN’ TRAILER TO FAHADH AND NAZRIYA’S WEDDING AND IT LOOKS LIKE THE TRAILER FOR YRF’S NEXT 

BECAUSE HOLY SHIT EVERYTHING LOOKS SO PRETTY

AND DULQUER IS DANCING TO MANGALYAM WITH NAZRIYA AND GIVING HER ICECREAM

AND THEY ARE BASICALLY BROTHER AND SISTER BUT NOT IN RL BUT THEY ARE

ALL THE HUGGING.

AND I’M JUST

SOBBING 

SO HARD

RN

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THIS IS HOW YOU MAKE A WEDDING HIGHLIGHTS VIDEO



Kullante Bharya [the Dwarf’s Wife] 
segment in the 2013 anthology film Anchu Sundarikal (5 Beautiful Women)
Told by the camera angles and narration of a photographer confined to his home, played by Dulquer Salmaan, Kullante Bharya unfolds a poignant tale of a married couple with significant height difference. Deeply reminiscent of Hitchcock’s Rear Window, the young man surveys his neighborhood through the window of his apartment. He does so with such interest that there is a slightly distant feeling of voyeurism behind his lengthy glances at the fellow inhabitants. The servant, security guard, and neighbours feed him with shreds of information which are collected to expose the socio-cultural and moral double standards of the middle-class Malayali.


Fahadh Faasil's & Nazriya Nazim's Haldi + Mylanchi + Nikkah
Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Fahadh Faasil


In which Aju and his wife came from Bangalore to attend Divya & Das’ wedding, and ended up dancing to ‘mangalyam’ with her the day before. 
In which Dulquer paused his shooting in Bangalore to attend Nazriya and Fahadh’s wedding with his wife Amaal. He attended both her mehindi (in which he ended up performing to Mangalyam at request) and their wedding (events which were both exclusive to family & close friends)


behind the scenes of Das & Divya’s wedding + Fahadh & Nazriya’s actual nikkah

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