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Happy to be her own self
Aarathi has travelled, explored life and found herself. The yesteryear actor does not find the need to cling to her faded stardom
Interview

At her own pace
Twenty five years into her career, Shobana, the dancer-actor with classical features, loves the freedom her muse has given her
Cinema

Olfactory treat
Sa.Ra. Govindu's film Gunna (The Scar) has set a landmark in technology; it is something that even sets off the olfactory nerves of Kannada film buffs. The technology helps audience feel the select smell, such as the fragrance of a flower as they ...


Celebrating film-making
Classics such as Rashomon and Cinema Paradiso were screened alongside newer Lars von Trier and Kiarostami films at the recent Collective Chaos festival
Sexy action thriller
Releasing in theatres on June 10, Mr. and Mrs. Smith is described as a sexy action thriller, starring Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Directed by Doug Liman, it is about a bored married couple who discover they are enemy assassins. When the truth ...
Music

Around those grand flourishes
Chantal de Salaberry, a pianist from Belgium, says western classical music is becoming increasingly popular in England because that is where the money is
Compelling music
The Founder's Day celebrations as part of the Ramanavami concerts at the Fort Highschool had felicitation to veteran artistes like H.P.Ramachar, Guruvayuru Dorai, S. Seshagiri Rao, Tirumalai Srinivasacharya, popular MLC R.V.Devaraj and the ...
Keeping to tradition
The vocal concert by Kalpana Sumanth at Sri Ramaseva Samithi Charitable Trust, V.V. Mohalla, Mysore, was exceptional and unique. Adherence to shruthi and laya crispness in the svarakalpana were hallmarks of the concert. Well-trained in Gwalior ...
Tribute

The continued journey
Sitarist Arvind Parikh's short film on his guru, the unparalleled sitar maestro Ustad Vilayat Khan, is a fitting tribute
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