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Sindhu replaces Kamalini
With the runaway success of Athanokkade, Sindhu Tolani has become a much sought after heroine for Telugu producers. She is presently playing the female lead opposite Navadeep for a film being directed by P. Arun Prasad. Now, she has also ...
Narayana Murthy as hero
Producer D. Ramanaidu is planning to remake a Malayalam hit film in Telugu. R. Narayana Murthy, known for producing, directing and acting in revolutionary films, has been selected as the male lead in the film. Ramanaidu says, "I think Narayana ...
After Nuvvostaanante Nenoddantaanaa, Srihari has been flooded with offers for character artistes' roles. The villain-turned-hero is currently doing a key role in Kamal Hassan's Magadhira and another interesting role in a film where ...
Sudhakar Reddy elected
Well-known producer N. Sudhakar Reddy has been elected as the chairman of the Andhra Pradesh Film Chamber of Commerce. Reddy has been a film distributor who has distributed several films in the Nizam area. He is also the father of young and ...
Ramanaidu's grandson to make kids' film
Daggubati Rana, the grandson of D. Ramanaidu, is planning to produce a children's film. The script will be that of an art film, with Suryaprakash, son of ace director K. Raghavendra Rao, donning the mantle of the director. Titled Bellyful of ...
Mohan Babu plays don
Mohan Babu and Prakash Raj who play the rival dons come together for the first time in a film.
Ragas for the rain
Noted artistes took part in the recital of `varsha kalita ragas' in a concert organised to welcome the monsoons.
Tirupoonthurthy K. Venkatesh recital showcased glimpses of the traditional style of `tarangam' .
Komanduri Sheshadri's recital for Nada Bharati was marked by his usual composure and clarity.
Students from Kuchipudi Kalakshetra came up with a pleasing performance.
`Gopika Geetam' was a fine presentation culminating in joyous `maha raas'.
A spooky tale
The play is the guiding light for revival of theatre in Orissa.
`Natakam' by D.V. Narasaraj, an adaptation of the Wodehouse work `The Play is The Thing', was staged as part of the festival for rare plays.
Pleasing symmetry in form and colour
Viji's artworks are both unique and aesthetic reflecting an uncluttered mind.
The 34th art exhibition by Lalit Kala Parishad showcased the efforts of painters from AP and other States
Doyen ignored by State
Routray had the rare talent of being both an excellent writer and a consummate painter.
Top award for city dancer
Rajeswari Sainath gets Krishna Gana Sabha's Nritya Choodamani.
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