The song also makes reference to the endorsements of country’s high-profile celebrities such as Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan for the Centre’s move, who hailed demonetisation as a great effort to end the menace of black money. The song calls it “Golu Maalu Globalisation.”
Going by the Demonetization Anthem, Thatrom Thookrom seems like a politically relevant film. But, the middle-class were pushed into a mess. It goes on to say people kept their faith in the government and stood in the queue outside the banks and ATMs, just when they thought its over, the GST arrived. The song says that people who looted crores and crores of money went aboard, referring to liquor baron Vijay Mallya. Top News
General speaks too muchBigg Boss 11: Hina Khan haters, here's a note for you from her boyfriend Rocky JaiswalQarib Qarib Singlle movie review: This Irrfan Khan and Parvathy starrer is peppy, fun and freshTo commemorate the first anniversary of demonetisation that threw the entire country out of gear for a significant amount of time, the filmmakers of upcoming film Thatrom Thookrom have released a song titled Demonetization Anthem. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd It also suggests that while the hard-earned money of honest people became invalid, all the black money became white. It takes on corporate honchos and people in the position of power, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The hook line of the song is “No cash, No cash” repeatedly sung by multitalented actor-filmmaker Simbu and it instantly connects with the listeners. The film, directed by Arul Suriakannu, is said to follow three orphan boys, who have a smart politician on their tail. The language of the song, penned by Kabilan Vairamuthu, is colloquial and the lyrics reflect the popular mood of the nation and the common people who were affected the most by the Centre’s move to scarp the high-value banknotes. 2017-11-10T00:37:57+00:00″>
Published:November 10, 2017 12:37 am
Going by the Demonetization Anthem, Thatrom Thookrom seems like a politically relevant film. While the bold move was expected to bring the black money hoarders to their knees, it ended up making the normal life of commoners more difficult. The song touches upon various serious political issues of the country, from demonetisation to GST.