Monday, June 6, 2011

" Baby tell me" A video with deed making and haunting musical notes

genre : review
Today all most all have a camcorder and if willing any could easily film a video whether it's a short film or other entertainment like albums. The gadgets are immense and easily accessed, but the only and vital problem is the aesthetic drought. I could easily remember the days in which I was even skipping the classes whenever I found a shooting near by. Now the picture has changed a lot  and film or video shooting is a common thing that happens. Let me come to the music album industry. During the inception of this video stream people were giving great importance and looking keenly. Now the same industry is getting a hard slap from its own hands. Numerous naive albums had shattered the goodwill of this blooming entertainment wing especially in the South. For such slaps there must be some exemptions.  So the struggle given by some of the talents to keep the video album industry active and lively  is incomparable. 
 
 So I am proud that one such  opulent opus happened from my place. A vibrant team of four youngsters from Kerala  laid their first step to the territory of picturised songs. They have come up with their debut video under the banner AUG25. The video is obviously a picturesque and  beauty adds more when it came to know that the hands behind the scene are the team-mates themselves. It looked like an inspiration from the soft moving groggy style filmed international pop albums, and justice is shown to that standard. The candid  like making plugs a unique identity for the craft. Obviously AUG25 is going to make their mark on the arena of universal music if they are getting the right space to steer their debut creation. The budget for the video, revealed by the band itself is really scandalizing as it is  very low  for such a well-crafted digital art. The song is mesmerising, the video is brilliant, the location-selection was clever, what else  indeed  endorse  such an awesome  debut right?

AUG25 band enters the international arena with 'Baby tell   (also on MERINEWS)

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

A DIFFERENT CAT CRACKING , IIM ENTRANT SPREADS NEW HOPE

Being an unsuccessful CAT cracker, I know how complex and hard an entrance test like Common Aptitude Test is. A strong mindset and try should be there to deal this online exam which is conducted by IIMs. Healthy desire and an eye which could see the professional heights are mandatory and obtruding a person to give this exam won’t be a right fair mean.
                        Let me come to the say. Mr K.V SUMANTH, son of K.S.Vasuka and M.R .Geetha and an elder brother of Sushant from Bangaluru made such a thing gloriously and confirmed a seat in IIM Indore. Sumanth laid the way to the IIM, one of the name among the  best B-schools on globe by cracking all the common hurdles planted for an IIM aspirant and also the personal limitations. This differently enabled Indian made the success and kissed the glory after his four consecutive CAT attempts. Simply awesome. The high voltage determination that he radiated just made person like me a bit ashamed as we all belongs to the group who just kept the sword back in the scabbard after a shattered fight with the CAT.

 A cerebral palsy victim, who is unable to read, write and walk properly, did his B-com at Jain College and schools at Websters Bangaluru. The both of the institutions played a big role in molding Sumanth. These institutions made the difference from other reputed schools or colleges by welcoming this guy with out any further thoughts or hesitations.

The inspirational guy for Sumanth was SRIRAM, a blind guy who got into one of the IIMs. This just happened when Sumanth was doing his graduation at Jain. After his graduation it was a tough call for him to be a professional. “Enable India”, an organization based in Bangaluru made the way for Sumanth to work for Thomson Reuters. Later on the person was offered a job in TISS. But he respectfully denied it as the time was for a studious hardship. He should have given double or trice the effort that a normal person should give for the same.

It’s encouraging and glad to hear that he is selected from the 161 candidates for the differently enabled category and being one of the 14 selected individuals. In the long run let us hope, this mediocre world will help and endorse such brilliant personalities even though they are abled a bit differently.