They say that "if you're going to talk the talk, you've got to walk the walk!". Take a look at the first scene in this strip of scenes; Are you thinking what I'm thinking? The ever so popular stylish walk, the graceful posture, the chiseled and well toned figure, so charismatic, the body language, ooohhhh those handsomely dressed up adorable drums...I could go on and on! "Wait a minute, drums!?", the handsomely dressed up drums!? Yes, the drums, what did you think I was talking about?!! Oh, you mean, you thought I was talking about our Super Star, no, of course not! I mean, yes he is handsome, and stylish, and popular and so cooooool, and the leader of his tribe and all, but, no, I wasn't referring to him... :) Please lower your gaze a little. Look at Mr. Rajnikanth's little accompaniments. I was talking about the beautifully decorated drums! Did you notice the rangoli designs on them? I had some time to take a close look at them, and this is what I realized: Our ikolam friends are experts in making rangoli designs, and stand at par to the Chandramukhi rangoli experts! What do you say? How about trying to make the same patterns that we see in the scene, here at ikolam. Do you think some of us can each make a pattern, and upload it here. Lets try to come up with atleast 7 or eight patterns drawn within a circular boundary. That's only one design per person, so it is not a lot to ask. You're welcome to comment here if you would like to draw a pattern. I'll give an update in two weeks. Raaa Raaa... Raa raaa!!