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Post by ashdoc on Sun Jan 27, 2013 4:40 pm

http://centreright.in/2013/01/vishwaroopam/#.UQWQi3KoH6Q

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Re: Vishwaroopam review

Post by Hellsangel on Sun Jan 27, 2013 4:47 pm

Thank you. Now, I have lost interest in watching the movie.

On a different note, will those Muslims now want Zero Dark Thirty banned in India?

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Re: Vishwaroopam review

Post by ashdoc on Sun Jan 27, 2013 4:55 pm

i would like to warn that the review tells the whole story of the movie silent

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Re: Vishwaroopam review

Post by Nila on Sun Jan 27, 2013 9:59 pm

I stopped watching Kamal (He is officially Kamala after Viswaroopam in my world Razz) movies after Virumandi - just couldn't take the violence. It took a week for me to recover after watching that movie.
Not only that I am offended too. He is an atheist and I respect that but he should respect Hindu religion and not wouldn't have spelled Viswaroopam like Urdu script.
I would watch Mr. and Mrs. Iyer one other time than watching Kamala movies.

Sorry, no offence.

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Re: Vishwaroopam review

Post by Guest on Sun Jan 27, 2013 10:05 pm

hi Sasthi, long time no see

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Post by Nila on Sun Jan 27, 2013 10:08 pm

Vidya Bagchi wrote:hi Sasthi, long time no see



Hey Vidya, Been busy lately. Tight dead lines and kids school projects takes too much time. I am off whole next week and taking a break from everything. How are you?

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Re: Vishwaroopam review

Post by Guest on Wed Jan 30, 2013 11:33 am

"Islamist Mobilisation in Tamil Nadu
against movies is a fairly recent phenomenon, though we had sporadic
incidents like bombing of celebrated filmmaker Mani Ratham’s residence by radical Muslim groups. Only a couple of months ago another movie Thuappaki earned wrath of Islamist groups in Tamil Nadu, for depicting cross border terrorism in unflattering light.
Only message that we can decipher from
all this – its now impossible even to make films which show Talibanis as
terrorists because section of Tamil Muslims have developed deep-rooted
emotional affinity with Ummahood . This is dangerous phenomenon at
several levels.

It’s clear that radicalization of significant section of Tamil Muslims is a reality. Danger signal emanating from huge prayer meeting for Osama Bin Laden and massive protest outside American consultate forcing
it to temporarily shutdown its operations ( both in heart of Chennai
city) cannot be ignored easily. Dargah centric, localized Muslim
traditions is now clearly giving away to globalized Islamic identity.
Erasing of Tamil identity of Muslims is now near complete.

In the late 90′S, Tamil Nadu was threatening to become epicentre of Islamic terror but
state managed to combat effectively. Renewed pandering to the Islamists
and state’s succumbing to competitive intolerance is an extremely
disturbing development."


hmmm....not good.

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Re: Vishwaroopam review

Post by Kris on Wed Jan 30, 2013 11:44 am

kinnera wrote:"Islamist Mobilisation in Tamil Nadu
against movies is a fairly recent phenomenon, though we had sporadic
incidents like bombing of celebrated filmmaker Mani Ratham’s residence by radical Muslim groups. Only a couple of months ago another movie Thuappaki earned wrath of Islamist groups in Tamil Nadu, for depicting cross border terrorism in unflattering light.
Only message that we can decipher from
all this – its now impossible even to make films which show Talibanis as
terrorists because section of Tamil Muslims have developed deep-rooted
emotional affinity with Ummahood . This is dangerous phenomenon at
several levels.

It’s clear that radicalization of significant section of Tamil Muslims is a reality. Danger signal emanating from huge prayer meeting for Osama Bin Laden and massive protest outside American consultate forcing
it to temporarily shutdown its operations ( both in heart of Chennai
city) cannot be ignored easily. Dargah centric, localized Muslim
traditions is now clearly giving away to globalized Islamic identity.
Erasing of Tamil identity of Muslims is now near complete.

In the late 90′S, Tamil Nadu was threatening to become epicentre of Islamic terror but
state managed to combat effectively. Renewed pandering to the Islamists
and state’s succumbing to competitive intolerance is an extremely
disturbing development."


hmmm....not good.

>>>>> This has been the national story for a long time. Looks like TN is late to the party, but making up for lost time.

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Re: Vishwaroopam review

Post by Guest on Wed Jan 30, 2013 11:51 am

Kris wrote:
kinnera wrote:"Islamist Mobilisation in Tamil Nadu
against movies is a fairly recent phenomenon, though we had sporadic
incidents like bombing of celebrated filmmaker Mani Ratham’s residence by radical Muslim groups. Only a couple of months ago another movie Thuappaki earned wrath of Islamist groups in Tamil Nadu, for depicting cross border terrorism in unflattering light.
Only message that we can decipher from
all this – its now impossible even to make films which show Talibanis as
terrorists because section of Tamil Muslims have developed deep-rooted
emotional affinity with Ummahood . This is dangerous phenomenon at
several levels.

It’s clear that radicalization of significant section of Tamil Muslims is a reality. Danger signal emanating from huge prayer meeting for Osama Bin Laden and massive protest outside American consultate forcing
it to temporarily shutdown its operations ( both in heart of Chennai
city) cannot be ignored easily. Dargah centric, localized Muslim
traditions is now clearly giving away to globalized Islamic identity.
Erasing of Tamil identity of Muslims is now near complete.

In the late 90′S, Tamil Nadu was threatening to become epicentre of Islamic terror but
state managed to combat effectively. Renewed pandering to the Islamists
and state’s succumbing to competitive intolerance is an extremely
disturbing development."


hmmm....not good.

>>>>> This has been the national story for a long time. Looks like TN is late to the party, but making up for lost time.

It's a shame. I have always admired tamil muslims when I compared them with Hyderabadi muslims. I've expressed that several times on Sulekha too. Sadly, the scenario seems to be changing.

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Re: Vishwaroopam review

Post by Rekz on Wed Jan 30, 2013 12:14 pm

Sasthi wrote:I stopped watching Kamal (He is officially Kamala after Viswaroopam in my world Razz) movies after Virumandi - just couldn't take the violence. It took a week for me to recover after watching that movie.
Not only that I am offended too. He is an atheist and I respect that but he should respect Hindu religion and not wouldn't have spelled Viswaroopam like Urdu script.
I would watch Mr. and Mrs. Iyer one other time than watching Kamala movies.

Sorry, no offence.

lmao @ kamala ..nice to see ya sasthi..
Im so happy the movie got banned in TN....

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Re: Vishwaroopam review

Post by Nila on Wed Jan 30, 2013 8:38 pm

Rekz wrote:
Sasthi wrote:I stopped watching Kamal (He is officially Kamala after Viswaroopam in my world Razz) movies after Virumandi - just couldn't take the violence. It took a week for me to recover after watching that movie.
Not only that I am offended too. He is an atheist and I respect that but he should respect Hindu religion and not wouldn't have spelled Viswaroopam like Urdu script.
I would watch Mr. and Mrs. Iyer one other time than watching Kamala movies.

Sorry, no offence.

lmao @ kamala ..nice to see ya sasthi..
Im so happy the movie got banned in TN....



Hey thanks Rekzhu...happy to see ya.





after watching this on FB - I've decided to watch this movie even though I expect some violence. I will watch it for the sake of his performance in "Anbe Shivam" and that dance in "Salangai Oli". I've seen many documentaries on Afghan-US wars. But, that's fine!

I feel so bad for him. It's very obvious that no producers trust him and he has to risk his assets for a movie!? Hopefully he doesn't lose his home.








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