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Friday, July 29, 2005
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I was fortunate to get this song: Chitra
K.S. Chitra won the National award for her song in the film `Autograph.'
Manjari on a winning note
Manjari's strength is her ability to sing both Carnatic and Hindustani music.
Art of direction
Raja Unnithan plans to switch from art direction to directing films.
Striving for lyrical songs
G. Venugopal, who won the State award for the best playback singer, talks about his latest venture.
Kavya Madhavan is on a high after winning the State film award for the best actress.
The perfect fit
Kumar Edapal's costumes for `Oridam' won him the State award for costume designing.
Rafi's unmatched track record
Many of Mohammed Rafi's songs exist only in the collections of his ardent fans.
Music fete begins today
A week-long music festival will begin today to pay homage to Neelakanta Sivan.
One of the oldest plays in the art form was staged in Ernakulam.
A tribute to a legend
Usha Nangiar performed Nangiarkoothu as a tribute to Painkulam Rama Chakiyar on the occasion of his birth centenary.
This interactive show, hosted by Kuku Parameswaran takes an in-depth look at films, the people behind the making of a particular film, as also the audience feedback. This week the show will feature veteran actor Thilakan who will talk about ...
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