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Friday, August 05, 2005
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Through the lens
The photography exhibition deals with the concept of camera obscura
This book speaks of the reasons of the heart.
Post Aparichithudu, Sada has been catapulted into the big league. The Mumbai mulgi is making it big down South. She is cast opposite Balakrishna in a film for P.B. Arts, which is nearing completion. Young debutant producer ...
Entertainer all the way
The film is made by a director who is the master of `masala' movies.
Arundhati Sarkar's recital offered glimpses of erudite effort.
Unni's mixed fare
Unnikrishnan's rendition was marked with excellent melody.
Pleasing to the senses
Both siblings excelled in their fields making the concert extremely enjoyable.
Good, in parts
This popular play could have been presented better.
Love and war
Chitrangada, staged by Vishwa Bharati, was a delight to watch.
The painting exhibition by Baladev Prasad Moharatha captures Lord Jagannath in many attractive ways.
Pastoral life captured on canvas
Narendranath successfully brings alive the intrinsic spirit of Srikakulam in his second solo show here.
Graffiti too can inspire!
Kurva's works are based on his observation of animals.
In Meera's memory
The concert celebrated the Bhakti yogini, Meera and her soulful songs
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