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Tamil Song picks: Winter Weather (pani) theme
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Snow is not a common weather condition in South India. Even then the movie makers take great pain to visit Europe, Australia, New Zealand and other countries to capture the winter beauty! Our collection starts with a snow backdrop and changes slowly into the dew background as it is the most common weather condition.

Here is our list of 10 video picks (from 20+ videos we reviewed) and 20+ audio picks (from the 35+ songs we reviewed) ! Enjoy our picks.

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Album: Rojakootam
Song: Apple Penne ...


Nice song capturing the feel of the winter snow :-)


Album: Aadhavan
Song: Yeno Yeno Panithuli ...

A snow filled moutain landscaope in the background!

Album: Engeyum Kadhal
Song: Kulu Kulu Venpani Pola ...


Very picturesque. Is it Maine pyar kiya's tamil version?

Album: May Madham
Song: Margazhi Poove ...

Margazhi (month of December) known for dew falls in South India ! Beautiful composition by AR Rahman.



Another song about dew. Very poetic lyric about the nature! BTW, many did not believe that this song was not composed by AR Rahman! It was by Deva in AR Rahman style!

Song:Munpani …

Captures the religious culture followed in the month of December (Dew mornings) !

Album: Nanda
Song: Munpaniya ...

A dew shower or a rain shower?

Album: Aarathanai
Song:Ilam pani thuli….


At a time of dew fall..


Album: Johnny
Song:Suno Rita …

Excellent song.. not sure whethe the lyric says - snow or suno (hindi listen). Included here as it is a very good composition to listen to despite the lyric confusion!

Album: Aathavan
Song: Hasili Fisili ...

A frozen heart singing :-)

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