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Thumbi Vaa: A Melodious Song in Multiple Languages
Thumbi Vaa is a popular song composed by Ilayaraja for the Malayalam movie Olangal (1982). The song was sung by S. Janaki and written by O.N.V. Kurup. The song is about a butterfly that flits from flower to flower, symbolizing the fleeting nature of life and love.
The song was so well-received that Ilayaraja reused the tune in several other languages, such as Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and even for a background score in Paa (2009). The song has been covered by many artists, including violinists M.S. Viswanath and Roopa Revathi.
In this article, we will explore some of the versions of Thumbi Vaa and how they differ from each other.
The original version of Thumbi Vaa was featured in the Malayalam movie Olangal, directed by Balu Mahendra and starring Amol Palekar and Poornima Jayaram. The movie was a remake of the Kannada film Kokila (1977), which was also directed by Balu Mahendra.
The song was picturized on Poornima Jayaram, who plays a young woman who falls in love with a married man (Amol Palekar). The song captures her joy and innocence as she enjoys the beauty of nature and expresses her feelings for him.
The lyrics of the song were written by O.N.V. Kurup, one of the most renowned poets and lyricists of Malayalam literature. He won the Jnanpith Award, the highest literary honor in India, in 2007. The lyrics use the imagery of a butterfly, a cuckoo, a rainbow and a breeze to convey the emotions of the protagonist.
The song can be listened to here: Thumbi Vaa Violin Cover Ilayaraja M S Viswanath - YouTube
Auto Raja (1982)
The same year, Ilayaraja reused the tune for a Tamil movie called Auto Raja, directed by K. Vijayan and starring Vijayakanth and Gayathri. The movie was a remake of the Hindi film Taxi Driver (1954), which was inspired by the Hollywood film of the same name (1950).
The song was titled Sangathil Padatha and was sung by S. Janaki again. The lyrics were written by Gangai Amaran, a singer, lyricist and director who is also the younger brother of Ilayaraja. The lyrics are about a woman who sings to her lover who is away from her.
The song was picturized on Gayathri, who plays a singer who falls in love with an auto driver (Vijayakanth). The song shows her performing on stage and longing for him.
The song can be listened to here: Sangathil Padatha Kavithai Song - Auto Raja Movie Song - Vijayakanth Ilayaraja 80s Tamil Hits Songs - YouTube
Ilayaraja also composed a Telugu version of Thumbi Vaa for a movie called Nireekshana, directed by Balu Mahendra and starring Bhanu Chander and Archana. The movie was a remake of the Tamil film Moodu Pani (1980), which was also directed by Balu Mahendra.
The song was titled Akasam Enatido Anuragam Aanatidi and was sung by S. Janaki again. The lyrics were written by Veturi Sundararama Murthy, one of the most prolific lyricists of Telugu cinema. He won six Nandi Awards, the highest honor for Telugu films, for his lyrics. The lyrics are about a woman who compares her love to the sky, the moon and the stars.
The song was picturized on Archana, who plays a woman who is kidnapped by a psychopath (Bhanu Chander) who falls in love with her. The a474f39169