Monday, April 30, 2007

A Rajinikanth tamil movie clip which rocks in YouTube

In the past I have watched various kinds of video clips in Youtube including song clips and movie clips from India, in tamil, hindi and other languages. But recently I noticed one tamil movie clip having received 5.3 million views thats astonishing 53 lakh views, which I never came across for any Indian video clip before. Then I looked into why that clip has received so much attention, I realized its not just viewed by Indians or Tamils alone, its popular among youtube viewers all over the world irrespective of language or country. And the main attraction in the clip is that the short person dancing so fantastically for the music switched on and off by Tamil Super star Rajinikanth.

This video has impressed people so much in the internet world to the extent that some foreigners have produced their own imitation version for this clip with their own dancing and video editing. I guess you will enjoy watching westerners making a remake for an Indian movie clip that too from Rajinikanth movie. You can share this page with friends by email!
If you face video streaming problem, pause the video for a while and then watch it!

Original version


Version-1

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Version-2


Yahoo Buzz on this video clip while it crossed one million views



An Indian explaining about the clip to a curious Westerner


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8 comments:

balar said...

Interesting one Thiru.
the first one was from movie Adhisaya Piravi..
Thalaivar Rocks..:)

Shreekanth said...

Seriously , enjoyed the post and the comparison. That was a news for me

Althea said...

Interesting to know.

Rajesh said...

That's an interesting post.
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mankindlover said...

rocking post and the danceing actor name is KINGKONG

Anonymous said...

i'm new... expectancy to post round more regularly!

Anonymous said...

Hey,

Thanks for sharing the link - but unfortunately it seems to be down? Does anybody here at thiruspot.blogspot.com have a mirror or another source?


Cheers,
James