Tuesday, September 25, 2012

An awesome blog

It always pays to be courteous and especially more so in blogsville, for there are so many excellent bloggers abound, you will always end up with more than what you bargained for. Happened to follow a link from a comment to this blog and wow. A gem of a blog strewn with amazingly witty posts. Sample this
 Bashed- Abashed   . Proof again that real life incidents are always show stealers. But again, the way in which its presented also adds up to the content, which needless to say is topclass.

Saturday, September 22, 2012

A treasure for all ages


Today will be a very special day, having been reunited with my childhood companion (As per Gilstionary childhood is a period stretching over two and half decades), with whom i lost contact for a while in between. Something that been part and parcel of my life for a major portion of my school days, stretching well into my college life as well. To me, like for millions of other fans, Ambulimama (Chandamama in other languages) , played the role of a caring friend, loving relative who wouldnt mind spending time telling stories to you, a treasurehouse of knowledge about our rich and diverse culture and above all, the master entertainer. Maybe my dislike for serial stories began with this magazine i guess, unable to bear the suspense of waiting for a week or two to get to the next episode. I remember the days, when i used to pester my mom for 50 paise to get the ragged old editions from near by kaayalan kadai, who will dutifully refund 50% of the amount (the lumpsum amount of 25 paise) if you return the book in 2 days. The pictures that came in those early editions were so top class that, for a long while i thought, the swords carried by kings would always be white in color with a curved end and they all wore skirts !! Vikram vetaal series, Sinhaasan batheesi (Padhumai kathaigal), and numerous other raja rani stories with some or other side stories from Ramayan or Mahabarath or Dasavathar or some folk legends of Lord Shiva and his family..its so overwhelming that i simply couldnt recollect all of them. I used to be a big time fan of the raja rani stories, with the evil wizard or warlord and the wicked magic and curses and boons and mysterious helpers and magical gifts and unexpected twists and turns..it was a joy ride from start to finish. I used to read and re read each issue so many times that, most of the stories i knew by heart line for line. I always felt, given no pressure of scoring or some kind of evaluation, any one can top any exam in the world, provided they like what they read. I would recommend, Ambulimama, Balamitra and all to be included in school syllabus. I am 100% sure, this would be one subject which would have undivided attention of the entire class and wouldnt be surprised if the kids turn out to teach their masters a thing or two in stories.

Here is the key to those priceless treasures of the past. Knock yourselves off :)

Kudos to the effort of those involved in presenting it in such a wonderful manner.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Barfii - review

Physically challenged centric themes are sure shot winners at Box Office. 50% of the job is already done when you got people rushing for their tissues, be it a cute scene or senti. Rest is settled, if you dont screw it up with your screenplay. Barfii does the balancing act pretty well.

Given ample scope to make it a cryathon, with possibility of  tear jerker-scene-a-minute, the director has ensured that the melodrama is never overboard. In fact, he has made a clever use of the lead pair's disability. There is hardly any dialog in the movie, with the only few being spoken by the side characters and the narrator. But those sections involving Ranbir-Priyanka and Ranbir-Ileana are etched out so well that, it settles light on the eyes and never wears you down. The scenes that otherwise could've tested the histrionic abilities of the actors, have been picturised in a Chaplinsque way, leading to funny and clumsy situations, giving a humorous touch to otherwise grim sequences. There is also a mini murder mystery thrown in, with no doubt on who the villain would be, which more than aiding, slows down and lengthens the movie.

The opening scenes reminds of "Notebook". Ranbir-Priyanka love story, reminds of "Moondraam pirai" and is similar to "Meendum oru Kaathal kathai" in some aspects. Ileana is the narrator and personally i feel, one of the best movie characters ever created in recent times. Her personality is a mixture of confused and clear, selfish and selfless, happy and sad at the same time. She is shown in an old lady get up that cuts back to middle aged woman and further in flashback as a teenager. And she looks cute in every single get up :) She must've been the cutest looking oldie on screen ever. She looks really pretty and petite and with the movie set majorly in the 70's backdrop, looks a perfect fit. I love her cute smile in the scene where she playfully rejects Ranbir's romantic proposal. That brings us to Ranbir Kapoor. Oh Man. What can i say about this guy. Right from his first movie "Sawariya" which was a major disaster, this guy has grown leaps and bounds. Guess finally the real gene of Raj Kapoor comes alive. In this movie, he once again proves why he is one of the most reliable artistes. Infact, that he would be awesome, was some what given from the movie trailer itself. His goofy antics, his imitation of charlie chaplin, the way in which he smokes beedi, the pain on his face when he learns his love letter is mistaken for charity and is given money by Ileana's dad, the sadness when he learns of Priyanka's disappearance, the frenzy with which he searches for her and finally, the scene where priyanka shouts for him from the window, him being deaf just drags himself only to see Ilena standing. That scene where she just conveys that Priyanka is calling out for him just with a slight nod, his tear filled response and the way he combs his hair before running back, AWESOME. Priyanka Chopra, must've been the most under rated and hated leading lady of Bollywood i guess, for all wrong reasons. When the entire world was going ga-ga over the ten different get ups of Kamal in Dasavatharam, she silently did 13 different get ups in her damp squib movie "What's your Rashee" with bare minimal fuss and very less make up too. Be it Kaminey or Saath khoon Maaf or Fashion or Don 2, she pulls it off with elan. And man, she looks gorgeous. Dostana wouldn't have been half as watchable if not for her :)) In this movie, her character suffers from autism. With so much scope to perform, it could've easily bombed. Kudos to her, she does a credible job. Her voice usually the sore point, adds to defining the character in this movie. Be it the Eskimo like nose rub, holding fingers while sleeping or imitating Ranbir she is droolingly cute. The climax scene where, seeing Ilena again, she tries to cover Ranbir, trying to prevent him from leaving her, is sheer class.

The movie boasts of some really good sound tracks and the background score really takes you to the black and white era. Majority of the movie is donned with sounds of accordion or piano accompanying the scenes. They add to the mysticism of the bygone era. Just like Madurai for kollywood, guess its the time for Kolkatta to rule Bollywood. Most of the major hits this year have a Bengal based setup. Darjeeling, any day is beautiful. Throw in the romantic decade of the previous millennium, along with a credible camera work, it looks pristine. The steam billowing from the train is an awesome sight to behold. Some of the scenes are sheer poetry in motion. No wonder cinema is hailed more as a visual medium than aural. With zero or very little dialog, its the cameraman who holds the movie together with breathtaking visuals.

Gils verdict: Watching the movie was like enjoying a poem. Except that this one comes with added advantage of visuals too. Go for it.

Vaazhkkai is a vattam

"Raasaaaaaa...epdi pa irukkaa..thurumbaaaaaa elaichitiyeee"

After a gap of 3 months, if a mother sees her kid, ipdi ethachum dialog varumthaana expect panuveenga.

Athaan illa.

Had a skype chat with mom. Indhiya tholaikaatchigalil mudan muraiyaaga mathiri..it was the first ever time my mom was in video chat. Solli vacha mathiri, video was not appearing in their end due to some connection problem. After a few minutes of voice chat, suddenly the video issue got resolved. First question from mom.

"Ennadaa thalaya ipdi vachitruka!! anga poitu hair cuttay panniakalaya?"


Rapunzel ku aduthabadia intha hairstyle issuesnaala ivlo kushtapattathu gilsa thaan irukum. For me, intha yogi sithar mathiri jadaa mudi hairstyle romba pudikkkkum. My reminder to get hair cut would be that if and only if, it falls like wiper blade on my specs.

There was this Pomeranian naaikutty called Julie next to our house. As usual, enna thavira enga veetla ellarukum antha dog was pet. En sister enna sonaalum kekkum. Enna kanda mattum kadikka varum :(  "Julieya vida neria mudi valarthutta..naai bayapda poguthu..ipdi hairstyle vitta enakkay kadikanum polaruku..athu en kadikka varaathu..po..first summer cut pannikitu va" nu adikadi arulvaaku varum. Athenna therila..puppylenthu pug varaikkum..alsatian lenthu dalmation varaikkum..therunaai verinaai sorinaai..whatever canine variety you could think of, elaamay gils kanda karam kattikitu kadika varum!! Pona jenmathula kallaala adichirupeno?

Video chatla intha topic vanthathuku innoru main reasonum undu. Inga vanthaprum cousins moonu peruku major hair loss. Kitta thatta mottai mandai matiri aidichi. Athunala she was majorly worried. Aanalum, i never expected that would've been the very first thing on her mind :)

Seri..anga iruntha thaan thittu vaangitu hair cut ponom paatha..inga video chatla vaangi kattikitu went. Namma ooray thevalamnu aaidichi. Inga porathuku minthiye friends warned. "Machi..namma oor mathirilaam illa inga. Mudi vetravangaluku englishlaam teriathu. So nee solrathu enna purinjuthu, evlo purinjuthungaratha vachu avangala ethaachum paathu panna thaan undu". Namakku thaan nalla naalulaye haircut porathu peria poraatamaachay. Atha pathi sila pala postugal intha bloglaye iruku. Erkanavay namakkum avangalukum vaaikka thagaraaru..itula kaiya pudichi izhuthiya kathai veraya!!! Velanginaapola thaannu varuthathoda went.

Saloon kulla ponaa oru aunty came.
"You've been here before?"
"Intha thalaiya paathuma intha kelvi" nu yosicihkittay "No" i replied.
She typed something and asked me to wait for a while. I was about to doze off when someone called out ABCD in the wrong order. Ennada ithu thappu thappa letter solraangalaay paatha...athu en name!!! fulla pronunce panna mudiyaama they were calling it out letter by letter. First name last name rendum serthu avanga solli mudikarathuku munnadi i got up from my sleep and went in.

"So whats your number?"
I told her my phone number.
She gave a funny look and said " it should be anything from 1 to 5..1 being the tallest and 5 being shortest"

Aduthu 5 la multiply panni 2 la divide panna solluvaganlonu yosicihtrukarapo thaan remembered..Intha oorla number solli thaan mudi vetuvaangannu. My friend had told that saria number sollalaina suthama motta adichi vitruvaangannu.
I told her why dont you try a suitable hairstyle of your choice. Antha aunty semma vevaram pola.
"I dont know..you should tell me. Which one you want"
"Sidela shortu..frontla long nu" i gave her the usual steps that i give in India. Appovum ammani masiayala.
"what?" Noticing the kolaveri on her eyes, ithuku mela vambu panna venaamnu, i said 4. Athu jaasthiya kammiya..correcta thappa nu oru patti mandram yosichi mudikarathukulla she was dusting off the floor.

Oru vazhia came out and when i spoke to my mom again her reaction was

"Evlo vaati sonnalum ozhungavay vettika maatiyaa..ithennathu thirumbavum mullampandri mathiri mandaiya vachikitu vanthirukka"


Friday, September 14, 2012


Serialsay pudikaathu..serial paakrathelaam oru pozhappa...apdinulam dialog vittutu maanju maanju serialsa paathutruken :D I like the variety that these series offer. Oru pakkam semma original comic series and innoru pakkam action thrillers. The amount of effort and money that they pump into these series is amazing. Each episode resembling an individual movie in itself.

As mentioned in previous post and after numerous attempts, finally a post on 24. When my friend recommended this series an year back, never did i imagine that i would be this much addicted to it. First episode paathapo to be honest avlo impressiva illa. DVD print was bad could also be a reason. Enna thaan nadakuthunu paakalam sollitu tried the second episode and avlo thaan matteru. Got hooked right into it. Every single scene goes lighting fast and you will never feel like hitting the stop button till the finish.

Right from the way they've structured the series, to editing to dialog to characterisation to screenplay every single aspect of 24 is ...OH MY GOD amazing. Oru sila moviesla oru sila punchlines will be memorable. Oru sila characters will stay in your heart. Oru sila mannerisms will linger for a while longer. Aana..ithula..there is so much thing going on you would be gasping for breath even while watching it, with adrenalin pumping up. I am surprised how come these people waited for a week to know what happened next. Yes. This is a weekly series. The first 4 episodes alone they air back to back on sunday and monday of every season opening and after that its scheduled weekly. I am not sure how true it is, but for one particular season finale, people in fact protested that the channel telecast them back to back as the suspense was killing. Could be quite possible. Even with the entire season downloaded i cant wait till the end and usually check out the last episode first. Namakellam one page novellaye suspense thaangaathu..ithula enga 24 episode wait pannikitu!! :)

For the uninitiated, as the title goes, each story is set on a 24 hour period, with each episode representing the events happening per hour in that time frame. Jack Bauer (Keifer sutherland), is the hero of each episode. Hero solratha illa lead character solratha!! He infact, kills more people than villain, does more atrocities in the name of greater common good and protecting American lives, tortures more people, trades off lives of his near and dear, infact intha aaloda frienda irukaravanga ellariyum oru stagela intha aalay either villains kitta maati utruvaaru illa samayathula poatu thalliduvaar on villains merattal. Still, somehow he comes out as unselfish and patriotic kind of a person. A real action hero. I guess, that might be one of the many reason for the mad frantic following this series has generated. There is little space for sentiment and hero is shown as vulnerable. Namma tamizh cinema hero mathiri ilaama..if a character could be killed, they kill it without any regret. Villains are amazing to say the least. They are so meticulous and brainy that, epdida ivana pudipaangannu yosika vaikkum. Infact, every single time, it would just be a freak incident that would gave them away and to their downfall. And with each season, the might of the villains is on the rise. Ada..US presidenta kooda vittu vaikalana paarungalen. Even he is shown as villain in one season!!!

Ennoda favorite pickings in this seriesna, first the dialogues. Chaaaancela. Not because they are strewn with punchlines, but the manner in which they are worded. Oru president pesina, avar tone epdi irukanumoWordings epdi irukanumo mannerisms epdirukanumo...ditto..apdiye irukum. Same goes for the way in which secretary of state or ambassadors or foreign dignitories. Unaku epdi avanga pesarathulam teriyumnulam kekapdaathu. It sounds so natural when they talk. You need to see it to notice the difference. The reverance with which the US President's post is treated is all to see throughout. He is the ultimate captain of the ship and the might of the mightiest post on earth is glorified in every episode.

Rendavathu favoritena, the situations that they cook up. Alice in Wonderland la Alice solra mathiri , think of 10 impossible things to happen on a day to day life causing mayhem, you can find them here. Every season's story will have 3 or 4 sub plots each linked to towards the ultimate showdown finale. Right from Nuke attack on US soil, bio-chemical weapon threat, nerver gas attack innum ennalaam  avlo enpa..Air force one  attack panni presidentaye poatu thallidraanga oru stagela. Ithelaam ella padathulayum varathu thaana solreengala...matter is..the behind the scene efforts that go in such cases..the mind numbing decisions that people have to take in such a small reaction time window..the sacrifices that they are forced to make and their losses..atha semmaa detaila and slick and neata sollirukanga. Some of the plots are so real life like that, ivangalay idea kudupaanga pola..intha mathiri enga oora attack panalaamnu!!

Aprum..vera pudicha matterna...again situations and plots pathi thaan sollanum. The very first episode..which i am sure must be alteast 10 years back, talks of an African American standing for presidency and his travails. Infact..that person fits the role of president so well that, you may actually believe he is a politician atleast in real life. Maathi maathi 4 seasonsa avana assasinate panna terrorists try panni..4th seasonla konnuraanga oru vazhia. But solla vantha point is, this particular series, would've kick started around same time Obama must've been making waves in his initial days. And in subsequent seasons, they also talk of lady president for US. Ithelaam konjam stand outa terinjuthu, in such a high visibility series. At times, konjam anti muslim mathiri terinjaalum, the writers are almost unbiased in depicting the villains. Kitta thatta ellarumay kettavanga and ellarumay nallavanga on same scale.

Ever since i started watching it, not a day passes without me mentioning about it to my friends. Kitta thatta vampire mathiri, paakravanga elaariyum 24 followera maathitu varen :) Avlo pudichi poachu. Oru stagela was so immersed in the serial that, oru weekend mathiyaanam paaka arambichi night 3 AM varaikum was on it non-stop, unable to resist not knowing what happened next. Nadula oru episode file got corrupted. Correcta missle launch aagara scenku aprum file work agala. Semma tension.Nadu raathiri ukkanthu uncorrupted versiona googlea thedi pudichi saw that one :) Avlo veri thanamaana fan aaiten :) But it was really worth it.

Avvvvvvvvvvvvvv.....ivlo peria post adichi evlo naalachu!!! Solla vantha karuthu ennamo ivlo thaan makkalay...24 paarunga. Nallaaruku. Atha konjam surukki solliruken :D Appaalikka meetalam. Varta.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

The bigger of the halves

Last weekend i met my colleague and his wife on a supermarket. Even before i could say "hi" she gave me that look, which damilnaatu poleece like gabtun  reserve for theeviravaathis.

"Is this the one?" asked her, to which the hubby was non-committal, after which the tirade started. He gestured something to me from behind her, which i couldnt quite make out, but that he wanted me to keep quiet was very clear.

"Enpaa...neengalaam bachelors..so neram kaalam kedayaathu...eppo venumnaalum thoongalam pogalaam varalaam...ivara yen kedukareenga....rendu pasangalaachu...innum kooda chinna paiyannu nenapu manasula..athenna padam? 25 ya?"

"24" came the quiet correction from behind her.

"Rombaa mukkiyam..sathaa sarva kaalamum athey gathi nu ukaarara vendiathu. Nethu enna paneenganu sollatuma?"

Now i was really curious to know what happened. Knowing that i am going to pour more oil into the inferno, he waved frantically from behind not to open my mouth. But, intha mathiri chaancelaam adikadi kedaikuma :)

"Apdi ennanga pannaru?" nu appaviyaa asked.

"Night moonu mani. Ennada palichu palichunu light adikuthay paatha..TV paakaraar nu thittaren sollitu thirututhanama cellphone wifi la antha padatha paathitrukaar. vidia vidia padam paathutu kaalaila ezhupina uhumm...asainji kudukarathilla..ivaraala inniki farmer's market porathu ninnu poachu. Veetla poattu kaai illa. Ippo ivlo velai kudthu costlya vaanga vendi irukku. Ellaam ungalala varathu..neengallam padam paakrathu poraathu sollitu..ivaraiyum keduthu kuttichuvaraaki vachirukel"

I was trying my level best not to burst out laughing. En colleague paaka parithaabama irunthichi. The last time i ever got into a "conversation" like this was when i was at the other end and my schoolmate was at the receiving end of the blasting from my mom. He came home to take me for playing cricket and my mom went ballistic. Fast forward 2 decades, the story is still the same for guys, i guess. Except that mom is replaced with wife.

Avlo thittu thitittu, kadisila, suntv paakarathukaaga ROXHO player vaangitu ponaanga avar wife. Athaan uchhakatta comedy. The moment her head turned into the billing counter, he came rushing to us.

"Maganay, naalikku mattum officela itha pathi evan kityaachum pesina terinjuthu...jenmathukum unna India anuppa maaten".

Though the tempatation was too much to resist, the fear of not seeing my motherland was too much to succumb. And more than that, she invited all of us for dinner -Andhra special. Veerargal vaazhkaiyil ithelaam jagajam nu lighta thodaichipoatutu vegamaa mandai aaitified to accept the offer.

P.S: apdi enna irukku antha 24 series la nu yosikareengala. It deserves a special post in itself. Aduthathu athaan :D

Monday, September 10, 2012

Imagineering myth

America as a country might enjoy just its third century of Independence. But culturally, its even younger. Historically even more so. Unlike other civilisations, which stretch across millenniums and are rich culturally, the natives of this country had hardly anything to tell their children. They had a tough time in wiping out any signs of resemblance to their imperial masters and were busy in resetting every single thing that related them and went about meticulously in changing everything to opposite, right from the way they drive to their door knobs to switches and the very basic current voltage. They were always at war with England claiming every single invention with a American patent in response to English. As much interest they showed in expanding geographically by purchasing lands from so many countries, they hardly showed any in their own history, may be covertly but never in open. The one thing that they were never able to change was that their history began with banished convicts. Its no small deal that, those were the very people who built this entire country, brick by brick into what it is today. Still, absence of history means, how much ever you grow, it never quite attains that regalia. Much in contrast to our own country, which still passes muster, just by relying on its past glory, this nation is brand new when compared to others. Meaning, they never had any time for myths and legends.

The powers to be realised this soon and assigned this task to their comic writers, who went over drive and created their own set of heroes and myths about them. That, Arguably the biggest movie machine in the world, in terms of reach and clout at least, Hollywood, solely thrives, by reinventing itself with one super hero release at least per year, is no mean support for this argument. The amount of effort that goes into creating each comic character is tremendous. There is so much research happening behind each story that is getting churned out, with each episode launching in a new villain or a new dimension to dark side with the heroes being armed with newer and weirder weaponery. Infact, many of the modern day weapons owe their origins to the comics. Such is the power of US in today's world that, as many Indian kids know about Superman and Spiderman as Ram and Hanuman. In fact, like a weed which slowly destroys the main plant by sucking off its nutrients, there is a calculated attempt in wiping the world off its rich and diverse heritage in the name of Americanisation. I've nothing against American culture. In fact, i am amazed at the way, they are so unique and independent and proud of their "limited" heritage. As much as we worship our Krishna and Ganesha, there are crazy followers for Batman and Superman. Goes on to prove that, ever person needs a hero to worship, how much ever tough they be or wherever they hail from. The great divide does little to change that aspect. The people on this side of the world may not  kill each other or destroy monuments fighting over phony supremacy of whose cult is mightier. There may not be bloody partitions based on the followers of Superman or Batman.

But the craze is as real as it gets.

P.S: This post might be a repeat of what i've been voicing out in many previous posts of mine. But i have a growing feeling inside that this is one topic, i would want to revisit more, as and when i've more inputs to share #Notetoself :))

Thursday, September 06, 2012

Bulbu bulbu burning bright!!!

Gilsbert and Edison are similar in one aspect. Avar kandupudicha bulba athigapatchama vaangina perumai (!!) Gislbertaiye saarum. Throw in few kids, Gilsbert and food..you are guaranteed a Bulb vaangum ceremony. Ipaadi thaan paarunga........(tortoise coil suthingss)...

Venue: Spice Garden restaurant
Occassion: 2 Birthday party of colleague's kid

Gilsbert seen roaming around the buffet table in semma pasi, waiting for the cake cutitng to begin.
"Yaenga..eppo cake cut pannuvaanga"
"Gilsbert..ithoda naalavathu thadavaiya enkita kekara..en paiyana vida unna meikarathu romba kushtama iruku..poi apdi ukkaru. Cake cut panni mudinjathum first panthila unna kootitu poren"
"avvvvvvvvv......ithey thaan one houra solitrukeenga..pesama naanay cake vetitu happy birthday paadida poren"
"Murugaaa....Mahathi..inga vaa...uncle paaru..paavam bore adikuthu solraar..konja neram uncle kooda velaaditru"
First day schooluku porachay thirumbi thirumbi paathutu pora pasanga mathiri lunch tablea muraichikittay Gilsbert trudged off.
They were a group of 5 kids. Mostly from Hyderabad.
"Uncle..idhu Vikky..Aishu...Aarav..Deep"
"Glad to meet you gentlemen and my beautiful lady"
"eerr...hmmm...hey..nalla tamil pesariye...unaku yaaru tamil solli kudutha"
"Thaatha paati...ivangalukum tamil teriyum"
"oh super.." turning to Aishu "nee entha class padikara"
"3rd grade...neenga enna panreenga"
Nayagan ringtone backgroundla soundaaaa ketuchi.
"Uncle...Deepu supera guitar vaasippaan"
"oh...soooper..wats your full name"
"En peru Deepen Patel"
"oh unakkum tamil teriyuma...unakku yaaru sollikudutha"
"Mahathi thollithuduthaa"
All the while icecream maga samudhrathula cherry theditruntha Vikky suddenly looked up and asked "Uncle..ungaluku Telugu teriyuma"
"Engalta mattum Tamil teriyuma kekareenga"

*BGM dialog*

"Moochukku munooru tharam paalu thevar parambarai paalu thevar paramabari solreengalay..paalu unga peru..thevar neenga padichi vaangina pattamaa"

Pasi poidichi.

Venue: At friends place
Occassion: Pot luck

Apdi enna samaikka teriyum sollitu nee potluck porannulaam kekapdaaathu. Ellarum samayal panna saapda aal venumla. Antha miga mukkiyamaana dutykaaga i the went. Same kids were here also. Inthavaati vambay venaam saami sollitu oru orama settled with a video game. Wanteda vantha vambu venaamna vittuta pogum.
"Neenga thaniavaa vanthirukeenga"
"Aunty varala?"

Saapda vantha motha gumbalum uzhunthu porandu sirichitrunthanga.

"Machi..en ponnu kekara paaru..ithukaagavachum seekram marriage panniko illa..atleast oru girlfriendaachum ushaar panni kootikitu vaa"

Vachukitta vanjana panrom..pala varushama palar same kostina pala vithama kaettachu. Ipo nandu sindulaam nammala kelvi kekramaaathiri aaidichu. That kid was wondering whats so funny and left back to her group.