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Bring back the crowds
Y. Chandrasekhar's latest film has become the talk of the town, says
The book is a composition of over 116 old Telugu film songs.
Made in India
Short Cuts is screening movies with an Indian connection
The muhurat shot for the Sriram Arts forthcoming film starring Srikanth and Sneha was canned recently. Directed by E. Sattibabu and produced by M. Dasaratha Raju, the film is poised for a September release. The month long first schedule ...
Pawan Kalyan is tad busy, dividing his time between the shooting schedule of A.M.Ratnam's Bangaram and the story discussion sessions for his forthcoming directorial debut. As far as the former is concerned, the jodi is all set to ...
How about a film that features nine songs? And has Chakri composing the tunes? Make way for Devadasu directed and produced by Y.V.S. Choudary on the banner of Bommarillu. The flick introduces the lead pair Ram and Liyana . Shooting of the ...
If you were bowled over by the macho star in Varsham, check out this flick where actor Prabhas teams up with S.S. Rajamouli . Titled Chatrapati the film is being produced by B.V.S.N. Prasad and the shooting is said to be progressing ...
Pokuri Baburao is making yet another film with Gopichand on the banner of Ee Taram Films. Titled Ranam the film has the Chod do aanchal girl Kamna Jethmalani of Premikulu fame playing the female lead. Can dances be far ...
It's raining laurels for the Telugu film industry this year. Yet another feather in the state film industry's cap is the Indira Gandhi National Award (Swarna Kamal) for filmmaker Mohan Krishna Indraganti's Grahanam. The film is an on ...
Nothing is impossible
Rasool's second venture deals with different emotions in humans, says
Dexterous saxophone recital
Malleswara Rao's ability to use an alien instrument to generate Carnatic flavour was appreciated by all, says A. RAMALINGA SASTRY
Solo act has audience hooked
Susheela Mehta, the alluring danseuse from Bangalore, enthralled both teacher and student alike, says
There are about a dozen varieties of Siva thandavam.
Srikrishna rayabharam staged
Written in simple lucid language, the play was well received.
Homage to a guru
Tridhara commemorated the death anniversary of their founder with a melange of dance forms.
Popular songs from K. Viswanath's films were replayed for fans of Telugu film music.
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