Naaku Sirivennela gaaru ante picchi istham... aayana paatale laali paatalugaa pandugaadiki paadenta ishtam... naa Musically Sush posts modalu pettindi tana paatala kosam actually. Eppudu oppokovadduraa otami... ee paata jeevitamlo nenu inka emi cheyyalenemo ani nispruha kaliginappudu talchukunte chaalu abbo naakenti anenta balam icchedi.. aa kalam nichi jaalu vaarina padaalu manchi mutyaalu... telikaina maatalu, pondikaina maatalu, Telugu bhaasha ante intandamgaa untundi inni bhaavaalu inni konni maatalato akshaarala roopamlo choopettoccha anipistundi..
He is a gift to music lovers.. I loved this speech by Trivikram, it is a true fan speaking; however, there is one simple point I do not really think is cent percent right. "Telugu cinemaa paatalu raayadam valana aayana alaa undipoyaaremo"... telugu saahityam, saahitee viluvalu anevi enta maatram teliyani ee taraaniki, potta koste aksharam mukka raani vaadiki kooda pandu valichi chetilo pettinatlu unde paatalu raasi enno manasulalo chirastaayigaa nilichipoyaaru, nilichipotaaru... If he were to be some renowned writer working for the love of language, I would have missed him totally. I am really selfish that way, I am glad he writes for us, makes me feel he wrote that particular song just for me. I guess a lot of us would actually feel the same way too... For a person who loves simplicity and is scared of complexity, he is one person who can make the transition really smooth and not even let me feel that the transition happened.. it is just magic when it comes to his words!
In his words.. Tarali raada tane vasantam, tana dariki raani vanaala kosam... naa drushtilo aayana naa deggari vacchina naa vasantam.
Sirivennela gaaru ante hrudayamlo aanandapu sirula vennela kuripinche mahaa manishi ani maatram cheppagalanu..!!!!
Loved the AV but somehow felt Sunitha's voice-over did not really do justice, I would have loved some strong voice coming through than the silky soft, catch my words carefully tone. I actually like her voice but somehow it seemed odd. I heard her say in one interview, I think with Jhansi that she loves Telugu and words in particular so much that she speaks them so very carefully and handles them like flowers.. she does indeed do that but somehow it seems to be bedroom whisper-y kind of voice at times killing the spirit of what is being told... I guess I am being overtly critical but that voice-over was the only Kill Joy!
Anyways, I am a lot more greedy and would like him to write like forever for me :).
Jai Sirivennela Garu... He is in my to-meet list at least once in lifetime. Maybe I would just be speechless in front of the master of words but still would like to just meet him.