Today’s post is the analysis of the song, Kozhi veda kozhi, from the movie, Unakkum Enakkum (2006). The song has been analyzed on the basis of its context and visualization.
Movie – Unakkum Enakkum (2006)
The song, Kozhi veda kozhi … was featured in the Sri Lakshmi Productions and Jeyum Company’s comic romrama, Unakkum Enakkum (2006), directed by M Raja and produced by M Raja and T Rama Rao.
Poor, village resident, albeit educated; Kavitha (Trisha), visits Chennai for her bestie’s, Lalitha or Lalli’ (Richa Pallod), marriage celebrations. Lalli’s cousin, London resident, Santhosh (Jeyum Ravi), is impressed by Kavitha and realizes that his feelings could be love. But a traditional Kavitha keeps resisting his advances. During the wedding celebrations, Santhosh’s mother, Janaki (Geeta), realizes that there is something cooking between her son and Kavitha and organizes a group to insult Kavitha. It so happens that Kavitha’s farmer brother, Muthupandi (Prabhu), who appears at the right time to take away his sister. The story continues like Bollywood’s own, Maine Pyar Kiya (1989) and Santhosh visits Kavitha’s village to take up Muthupandi’s challenge to harvest more amount of grain than himself. Santhosh wins the bet and Muthupandi decides that the pair should unite. In the next shot, Santhosh and Kavitha sing this song.
Song – Kozhi veda kozhi
The lyrics of the song, Kozhi veda kozhi … were penned by Viveka and the music was set by Devi Sri Prasad.
The boy compares the girl’s love to the pecking of a chick – the bird – don’t get wrong ideas. 🙂
Video – Kozhi veda kozhi
Cinematography is by A Venkatesh. Dance choreography is by Vishnudeva.
The video opens with Jeyum Ravi beginning to dance to the music beats and Trisha joining him. Other artists are also present in the video, supporting the pair. Some artists with Trisha take on the dress of chicken and continue to dance with them.
Soon, the song abruptly and Jeyum Ravi is seen running to Trisha’s home with the good news that he had won the bet. With that the video also ends.
Naveen and Priya Himesh have sung this song for Jeyum Ravi and Trisha. Other artists are also featured in the video.
According to me, there’s no direct influence of any culture on this song. Though the song and the dance may have a hint of the Tamil Nadu desi flavor, it has been influenced by kuttu paattu to some extent. But beats are too fast for the rhythm of a kuttu. Love the dance so much. I feel like matching steps with Jeyum Ravi. The song and the artists are good. The video is watchable for the same.
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