Thursday, February 07, 2008


I haven't laughed this hard in a long, long time (thanks Ram, for the link). The info lists this as a song from Yaarukku Yaaro, with the hero being Sam Anderson. I initially thought this might be some kind of a joke but the movie and the hero do figure in this news item from The Hindu last October. For those who thought Veerasamy was the nadir of Tamil cinema, looks like we might still have a little bit further to go :)


At 12:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

if you missed it in theaters...(I know, its hard to get tickets for such movies :)

here is a link...

At 12:17 PM, Blogger Orange Fronkey said...

O_O I may be scarred for life.

At 12:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

ROFL..i am glad there are atleast two people in this world whose dance moves are worse than mine! Reminds me of the cigarette stomping move and wiping back with a towel move that I had to do during my freshman ragging!


At 12:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

ROFL..i am glad there are atleast two people in this world whose dance moves are worse than mine! Reminds me of the cigarette stomping move and wiping back with a towel move that I had to do during my freshman ragging!


At 2:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am glad that this movie didnt get a wide theatrical release...vilaivugall romba vibareetham-aa irundhurukum!

BB, glad u found the time to check out the priceless piece i sent u and to post it the same day!

At 2:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hilarious!! This one is pretty good too, in a different sort of way :)

At 3:43 PM, Blogger Raju said...

Truly a gem of a song... Cahnce-ey illai.. Indha dance-oda choreographer-ai kandupidichu oru periya maalai podanum..!! I wonder how these two can dance without any self-consciousness at all.. May be this movie was sitting in a dubba for 25-30 years? That was the only time 'cheap car making' would have made the theme of a movie..

At 3:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh Balaji,

After watching the clip, my hubby is now eagerly watching the movie too :(

At 5:04 PM, Blogger Balaji said...

rg, thanks but no thanks :)

merino, laughed almost as hard at your comment too :)

kumar, doing those would still look better than what these 2 r doing me thinks :)

ram, i clicked on it thinking it would be just another funny video. but was truly priceless and had to post it immediately. made my day :)

anon, will chk ur link out @ home :)

raju, i know. amazing that they had no problems doing whatever they're doing(dancing solla manasu kekkala!) in front of a camera :)

anon, lol, better him than me :)

At 7:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Enna kodumai balaji ithu.hahaha.will love to c u review this movie.from now on sam anderson is my new superstar.

At 8:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This has to be seen to be believed!


At 10:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i seriously thought , this sam guy was some one posting in this blog..

it takes real guts to do this.

paavam heroine, romba serious a aada try pannara..

how rich and stupid is sam to make this movie?

2+ hr vadivel movie saathika mudiyathatha 1 minutela intha song seithuduchu..


At 1:21 AM, Blogger D.E.V said...

Looks like this couple might be the next Vadivelu - Kovai sarala pair...This movie could be the most Unintentional comedy of the year..

At 2:02 AM, Blogger Escape.... Great Escape said...

It looks like a Christian movie. Have you watched those propaganda movies. Anyway he is called James in the movie, and it includes stellar dialogues like,

"ippo daan neenga ennoda James. i low you."

The songs are a bit better that what you get from Srikanth Deva.

At 9:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

for someone who just has 24 seconds to check out this classic song, please go directly to the 3:00 min point and watch it for 24 seconds...

PS: i am not responsible for objects you hurl at your screen!

At 9:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

if you want more of Mr. Sam Anderson :)

At 10:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's an article on this movie.

Mumbai models in 'Yaarukku Yaaro'
- 13.09.2007
Nowadays many people are entering into film production and one such company to enter Kollywood is Universal Thavamani Cine Arts. The film they are producing is titled 'Yaarukku Yaaro.'

From the hero and heroine o technicians, everyone is a newcomer. As far as cinema is concerned, one cannot shrug off anything because one never knows where lies what.

A young man named Sam Anderson plays hero. Jyoti and Varnika are 2 Mumbai models who are making their film debut as the heroines. Known faces like Vennira Adai Murthy and Pandu form the supporting cast.

The hero makes cars at a low price and brings them for sale and the 2 heroines both vie for his affection. What decision does the hero take and what are the confusions arising in the process, is supposed to be the story.

Story, screenplay, dialogue, songs, music and direction are all by Joe Stanley (could he be a close pal of T Rajender?).

By shooting in Padappai, Manimangalam, Sethupattu, Senkunram and East Coast Rd near Chennai, they have shot the film on a reasonable budget.


At 11:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The video looks even funnier (if that is possible) with the sound on mute!


At 12:54 PM, Blogger ரவிஷா said...

I was laughing my butt off. I didn't want to take the risk of hearing the song so I watched it w/o sound. Guess what? It is more funnier than watching "Three Stooges" slapstick comedy!

இருந்தாலும் ரொம்ப கொடுமை சார் இது!

At 4:20 PM, Blogger Munimma said...

ayyo saaamy! I think he jumped a few decades :-)

2 models vying for this guy-a?

antha twist move, appa solla mudiyathu. paavam choreographer.

aana, picture romba clear :-) or :-(

At 7:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i thought mammootty and bhagyaraj were the bad dancers. But i really enjoyed the clip.

At 3:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you guys sure this isn't meant to be a spoof? It is too good as a spoof to not be one.


At 5:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the heroine looks more manly than the hero or whatever you call him. and why does the song sound like its from the 60s? i cant believe that nobody in the cast and crew even remotely realized that they were headed for doom.


At 11:20 AM, Blogger just mad said...

Adengappa ennala thanga mudiyaladappa swamy :)

Dunguvaru andhu pochuda eppa !!!! ;)

At 6:11 PM, Blogger Balaji said...

rdx, lemme see if i have the courage to see this movie after watching this song :)

kk, yep :)

nathan, paavam heroine?! paavam viewers i think :)

skanda, unintentional comedy sari. but serious insult to vadivelu-sarala pair :)

escape, this means u've seen it?!

anon, saw a couple of other videos posted by the same person on youtube. was laughing too hard to c them fully though :)

pushpa, thats a mumbai model?! :)

kumar/ravisha, i know exactly what u mean since i saw this on mute first time in from office :)

munimma, yeah i guess thats the storyline :)

anon, not sure if enjoyed is the right word but i sure laughed hard :)

prakash, i saw the dvd(with the same hero and heroine on the cover) @ coconut hill today. so doesn't look like its a spoof :)

raj, "...or whatever you call him" - LOL :)

just mad, i think that feeling's shared by all viewers :)

At 7:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is one for the hall of all-time lols. I mean it's too bad to be true!

The name itself elicits a giggle - Sam Anderson, a take on Pam Anderson I suppose.

We always need some bad to see the good. But stuff this bad will make the not-so-bad, a hit.

At 12:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

to preserve my sanity i had to press stop after a minute of the clip!

At 8:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

followup vids have been posted on youtube. don't forget to check out the emotion filled climax of this film which beautifully brings out the histrionic abilities of super nayagan sam.

At 3:30 PM, Blogger karan said...

after seeing this song for the first time, i couldn't stop laughing out loud.. finally it made me to do some remix stuffs and i posted them in youtube.. i have also embedded it in my blog.. u can check it out..


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