December 3, 2009

Selwakumar hot news: We proud for Twin Successive Indian HEROES

Selwakumar: It is great moment for India on Wednesday for success of the Oscar winner A.R.Rahman and the extreme daring devil for SriLanka, Yes of course the Veru's great batting form on wednesday.

No one did imagine the power of India but now every one is realizing the fact of Indian talent in both Music and Cricket.

My Quote: Heros' are scoring unimaginably what ever it may be music or cricket..

Oscar-winner AR Rahman's successful moments and the award continues with the music and now fetching two nominations at the 2010 Grammy Awards for his soundtracks for the same Slumdog Millionaire.

togather with he has also been nominated in the category of 'Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other visual Media' for the movie Slumdog Millionaire.

Fortunately, The first Indian musician who has been nominated for the Grammys', this is well known that  the Oscars of the music industry.

The album which had earlier knocked-off Lady GaGa's The Fame on Billboards chart will now compete with the soundtracks of Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds, Beyonce starrer Cadillac Records, HBO's vampire series True Blood and Robert Pattinson starrer Vampire-romance Twilight.

The Grammy awards will be presented on January 31 at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles.

Tsunami can not stop him if he bats like today. Virender Sehwag batted like anything and mostly the nearby Arabian Sea in high tide as well- and Sri Lanka was fotunate to plug one hole, he rushed in via the other. He finished the day 16 less to become the first batsman to score three triple-centuries in the history of Test cricket but he had already broken mostly string of records - the most double-centuries by an Indian, the second-highest scorer of 250-plus scores, the most runs by an Indian in a day (breaking his own record) - and given India enough time to push for a huge lead and then an innings win.

All this despite starting the innings more than half an hour into the day. He was no monotonous power when hitting but a delightful and fabulous exercise in getting the gaps through defensive fields for most of the innings. Think Twenty20 highlights, but with the batsman playing lovely inside-out chips, straight lofts, reverse-sweeps to beat leg-side fields, flicks to beat off-side fields.

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