A song and a few questions

A song and a few questions

By Rajesh Setty on Fri 09 Jan 2009, 9:06 AM – 3 Comments

“Athadu” means “The Target.”

Please watch this short clip from a Telugu movie Athadu. I know most of you who are reading this are not Telugu speaking so this will be an opportunity to see something different. Remember, this is the NEW year and you got to try something new :)

Jokes apart, you don’t have to watch the whole song if you don’t want to. Just 90 seconds or so and then think about the questions below:

Who would you want to know more about from this song?

The hero? It is Mahesh Babu

The heroine? It is Trisha

The Music Director? Mani Sharma

The choreographer? Raju Sundaram, Brinda and Vaibhavi Merchant

The third person from the right behind the hero? No Idea and don’t care

The left most person behind the hero? No Idea and don’t care

The two women flanking the heroine? No Idea and don’t care

The guitarist(s)? No idea and don’t care

Now, the real question:

If your project were a movie, what role are you playing and does somebody care?


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3 Comments so far, Add Yours

kgvinayak  on January 10th, 2009

Good point Rajesh, yes it’s the role you play in any project that matters.

Entertaining music though, especially the guitar interlude..

Amrutha  on January 12th, 2009


Interesting way to bring out your point, however Athadu does not mean Target, it means ‘He’ or ‘Him’

It is used to respectfully address someone, in this context it is the Hero.

Have a Happy ‘09!!

Rajesh Setty  on January 12th, 2009

OK Thank you Amrutha. I picked this up from Wikipedia but I understand now.



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