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Friday, May 13, 2005
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Small screen, big scares
Yesteryear actress Anjali Devi created ripples in the hearts of Telugu audience of yore. Now her granddaughter Anu is all set to create magic with her glamour and performance. Anu who makes her debut for a film to be produced on the banner of ...
`Bangaram takes off
The shooting of much-looked-after film of Pawan Kalyan - Bangaram - began at Ramoji Film City recently. Produced A.M. Ratnam, the film has debutante heroine Meera Chopra playing the lead. Ratnam is reluctant to talk about the storyline. " ...
After Soundarya's demise, Telugu film industry has never been able to find a replacement for her. K.N. T. Sastry, (of Tiladanam fame ) who had started shooting Kamalini with the late actress, has now decided to cast Meera Jasmine in ...
Rarely does a comedian get mentioned in the title of a film. But if it is Brahmanandam, one can't ignore him. He plays the `dongodu' in Mogudu, Pellam, O Dongodu. Anand fame Raja and Shriya play the lead. Produced by Vakada Appa Rao on the ...
Manoj, who followed closely behind elder brother Vishnu, is yet to taste success. But this talented youngster is not losing hope. He will now be directed by Dasarath, who made the super hit film Santosham. The film is being produced by his father ...
Take a Thai trip
The Thai film festival organised by the Hyderabad Film Club, starting today, is a mix of the sacred and the profane.
Action and passion
Gopichand's new movie, `Andhrudu', boasts of a ten-day shoot in Patna.
Bound by a tradition
Students of guru Harihar Rath got to perform on the stage as part of their learning process.
An evening of ghazals
The Association of British Scholars' maiden anniversary fest was marked by fine renditions.
Mesmerising shehnai recital
Shailesh Bhagwat's shehnai recital was a superb display of technical excellence.
Melody is Parthasarathi's forte
Bilahari turned out to be the most beautiful, elegant and imposing piece of Parathasarathi's concert.
Theatre on wheels
Natya Chetana is a uniquely intimate form that takes plays to the villages on cycles.
Doctors in the dock
The play, `Sathamaanam Bhavathi', was a well-conceived and executed satire on the medical profession.
Fall and fall of a woman
The play `Chillarakottu Chittemma', staged by four different groups, was a moving enactment.
Paradoxes on the canvas
The artist has vividly captured the growing obsession of the rural Indian with the material world.
Graphic art captures attention
Grapheeta '05 and Habeeba Dance Group's show were good fun.
Music lovers were treated to some memorable songs of Ghantasala.
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