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Posted: 27 December 2010 at 11:58pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by lathika4u

 
telugu movies are much more advanced than Hindi movies... now a days lots of remakes are made from south to north.. example is ghajini -  and more are expected.. all priyadarsan movies in hindi are remakes from malayalam/tamil..
 
Bingo............Ahhhhhhh......U said it rt Lathika..........Thank you from my behalf............Big smile

it is an entertainment industry.. and its main job is to entertain people, and it should be treated that way rather than taking it in a negative sense.. it look like the poster is ashamed of his culture..LOL

today's ragini's performance deserves 30.. as far as the costumes etc is concerned it was there in south century back so nothing wrong in adopting that concept..
 
I am not at all ashamed of my culture(I am not a tamilian nor Telugu gal.I am Kannadati).I am not even talking about Ragini & her performance.......She might have performed well......I have not seen that at all.....I am just telling the fact that the way they portray "The South-Indian Dance Form" is very narrow............It just revolves around "Dapankuttu" or In Kannada we call "Tapanguchi"..
 
Its not like that......I just wanted to clear to those minds who are unaware of South-Dance-Forms that there are many much to it than what they show on "the show"............
Thats it............
I am definitely not pointing Ragini's performance........I am just telling what they show is not xactly what we are..............
But,yes......I agree that the costumes was over-done .................No issue though...........
But,it is not just "Tapanguchi" we have.......we have many more "Folk Dance Forms".............
 
PS : this discussion is getting interesting..............day by day...............Big smile
 
 


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Posted: 28 December 2010 at 4:46am | IP Logged
Originally posted by bandicoot

^ Again wikipedia is no authority. Anybody can change content.


As for how well they justified it, I disagree. Let us leave it as difference in preferences/opinions

ROFL first of all you should know the meaning of folk dance to make comments.. if you don't wanted to believe in wiki here are few meanings from Oxford dictionary etc.. get this meaning cleared and make comments, that will be more meaningful to read..
Term denoting any kind of dance which has been developed within a traditional community, rather than being created by a choreographer or teacher. Steps and patterns are passed on from one generation to another, gradually undergoing change. Many folk dances have their origins in ritual—fertility, marriage, religious, or war—and express the character of the community who dance them. The term was coined in the 18th century to distinguish 'peasant' dance forms from those of the upper classes, but the distinction itself dates back to the 15th century when ballroom dances first began to emerge as separate forms. In the past folk dances have exerted a strong influence on social and theatre dance, particularly during the Romantic period when they were considered to add both local and expressive colour. They have also influenced the styles of some 20th-century choreographers such as Ek, Kylin, and Morris who was himself a performer with a Balkan folk dance troupe in the US. However, with urbanization and demographic change many of the original dances have been lost, even though many Western countries, during the 20th century, attempted to re-discover and preserve these dances, often through specialist troupes of folk dancers. Even where they have survived, however, they are mostly staged as theatre or as tourist attractions rather than being performed as genuine community events.


Britannica Concise Encyclopedia:

folk dance


Dance that has developed without a choreographer and that reflects the traditional life of the common people of a country or region. The term was coined in the 18th century and is sometimes used to distinguish between dances of the people and those of the aristocracy. Courtly and formal dances of the 16th – 20th centuries often developed from folk dances; these include the gavotte, gigue, mazurka, minuet, polka, samba, tango, and waltz. See also country dance; hula; morris dance; square dance; sword dance; tap dance
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Posted: 28 December 2010 at 4:47am | IP Logged
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Originally posted by lathika4u

 
telugu movies are much more advanced than Hindi movies... now a days lots of remakes are made from south to north.. example is ghajini -  and more are expected.. all priyadarsan movies in hindi are remakes from malayalam/tamil..
 
Bingo............Ahhhhhhh......U said it rt Lathika..........Thank you from my behalf............Big smile

it is an entertainment industry.. and its main job is to entertain people, and it should be treated that way rather than taking it in a negative sense.. it look like the poster is ashamed of his culture..LOL

today's ragini's performance deserves 30.. as far as the costumes etc is concerned it was there in south century back so nothing wrong in adopting that concept..
 
I am not at all ashamed of my culture(I am not a tamilian nor Telugu gal.I am Kannadati).I am not even talking about Ragini & her performance.......She might have performed well......I have not seen that at all.....I am just telling the fact that the way they portray "The South-Indian Dance Form" is very narrow............It just revolves around "Dapankuttu" or In Kannada we call "Tapanguchi"..
 
Its not like that......I just wanted to clear to those minds who are unaware of South-Dance-Forms that there are many much to it than what they show on "the show"............
Thats it............
I am definitely not pointing Ragini's performance........I am just telling what they show is not xactly what we are..............
But,yes......I agree that the costumes was over-done .................No issue though...........
But,it is not just "Tapanguchi" we have.......we have many more "Folk Dance Forms".............
 
PS : this discussion is getting interesting..............day by day...............Big smile
 
 

post maker i meant was the one who posted this topic.. not you..

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Posted: 28 December 2010 at 10:37am | IP Logged
Originally posted by lathika4u

Originally posted by bandicoot

^ Again wikipedia is no authority. Anybody can change content.


As for how well they justified it, I disagree. Let us leave it as difference in preferences/opinions

ROFL first of all you should know the meaning of folk dance to make comments.. if you don't wanted to believe in wiki here are few meanings from Oxford dictionary etc.. get this meaning cleared and make comments, that will be more meaningful to read..
Term denoting any kind of dance which has been developed within a traditional community, rather than being created by a choreographer or teacher. Steps and patterns are passed on from one generation to another, gradually undergoing change. Many folk dances have their origins in ritual'fertility, marriage, religious, or war'and express the character of the community who dance them. The term was coined in the 18th century to distinguish 'peasant' dance forms from those of the upper classes, but the distinction itself dates back to the 15th century when ballroom dances first began to emerge as separate forms. In the past folk dances have exerted a strong influence on social and theatre dance, particularly during the Romantic period when they were considered to add both local and expressive colour. They have also influenced the styles of some 20th-century choreographers such as Ek, Kylin, and Morris who was himself a performer with a Balkan folk dance troupe in the US. However, with urbanization and demographic change many of the original dances have been lost, even though many Western countries, during the 20th century, attempted to re-discover and preserve these dances, often through specialist troupes of folk dancers. Even where they have survived, however, they are mostly staged as theatre or as tourist attractions rather than being performed as genuine community events.


Britannica Concise Encyclopedia:

folk dance


Dance that has developed without a choreographer and that reflects the traditional life of the common people of a country or region. The term was coined in the 18th century and is sometimes used to distinguish between dances of the people and those of the aristocracy. Courtly and formal dances of the 16th ' 20th centuries often developed from folk dances; these include the gavotte, gigue, mazurka, minuet, polka, samba, tango, and waltz. See also country dance; hula; morris dance; square dance; sword dance; tap dance
.




Thank you for taking so many efforts to enlighten meLOL

But please dont bother. I know what I am talking about
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Posted: 28 December 2010 at 10:46am | IP Logged
I found Ragini's dance not conformimg to the folk theme. Everything seemed grossly overdone and a  little too filmy.
Same with Krushna's dance.
Folk dances are graceful, rhythmic and sometimes naughty. Not vulgar. This point seems to have been missed.

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Posted: 28 December 2010 at 12:56pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by bandicoot

Originally posted by lathika4u

Originally posted by bandicoot

^ Again wikipedia is no authority. Anybody can change content.


As for how well they justified it, I disagree. Let us leave it as difference in preferences/opinions

ROFL first of all you should know the meaning of folk dance to make comments.. if you don't wanted to believe in wiki here are few meanings from Oxford dictionary etc.. get this meaning cleared and make comments, that will be more meaningful to read..
Term denoting any kind of dance which has been developed within a traditional community, rather than being created by a choreographer or teacher. Steps and patterns are passed on from one generation to another, gradually undergoing change. Many folk dances have their origins in ritual'fertility, marriage, religious, or war'and express the character of the community who dance them. The term was coined in the 18th century to distinguish 'peasant' dance forms from those of the upper classes, but the distinction itself dates back to the 15th century when ballroom dances first began to emerge as separate forms. In the past folk dances have exerted a strong influence on social and theatre dance, particularly during the Romantic period when they were considered to add both local and expressive colour. They have also influenced the styles of some 20th-century choreographers such as Ek, Kylin, and Morris who was himself a performer with a Balkan folk dance troupe in the US. However, with urbanization and demographic change many of the original dances have been lost, even though many Western countries, during the 20th century, attempted to re-discover and preserve these dances, often through specialist troupes of folk dancers. Even where they have survived, however, they are mostly staged as theatre or as tourist attractions rather than being performed as genuine community events.


Britannica Concise Encyclopedia:

folk dance


Dance that has developed without a choreographer and that reflects the traditional life of the common people of a country or region. The term was coined in the 18th century and is sometimes used to distinguish between dances of the people and those of the aristocracy. Courtly and formal dances of the 16th ' 20th centuries often developed from folk dances; these include the gavotte, gigue, mazurka, minuet, polka, samba, tango, and waltz. See also country dance; hula; morris dance; square dance; sword dance; tap dance
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Thank you for taking so many efforts to enlighten meLOL

But please dont bother. I know what I am talking about
you may know what you are talking about but readers do not understand your meaningless posts hence this clarification..
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Posted: 28 December 2010 at 1:01pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by lathika4u

you may know what you are talking about but readers do not understand your meaningless posts hence this clarification..



im not in a mood to continue a senseless argument with u so please find a bakra

have a good day.

oh and thank u for representing all the readers.. Sleepy




Edited by bandicoot - 28 December 2010 at 1:05pm

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