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Ambica Cinema Productions Pvt Ltd launched a film with Balakrishna in the lead. The shooting schedule is slated to begin around August 28 in time with the celebrations of director A.S. Ravikumar Choudary's birthday on August 25. Sada has been ...
First it was the National Award for Best Artiste. And now it is his latest film Aparichitudu that is creating ripples in the Telugu film industry. This is the second and successful homecoming for Vikram. He had earlier acted in Telugu ...
"Gopichand is a hero with commitment and the director has moulded each and every scene in an impressive way. There is a good response to the audio, which was released recently through Aditya Music. Moreover, the title of the film had attracted ...
Suresh Productions is planning a film with N.T.R. in the lead. It may be recalled that the D. Ramanaidu's Ramudu Bheemudu, starring the late N.T. Ramarao, created ripples in the film industry then. The junior N.T. Ramarao is all set to ...
Short and sweet
Palme D'Or winners and Oscar nominees comprise Short Cuts screenings this month
The feel-good factor
The film being shot in a beautiful ambience has a totally new feel to it.
An evening of song was the perfect ode to Mohd Rafi.
Carry on doctor
Taking a break, doctors sang Hindi and Telugu songs.
Sanjay's full-throated singing evoked a good response from the audience.
Tribute to a maestro
Goswami's impact on Oriya culture was hailed on his birth anniversary.
For a sishya, by a guru
Sujatha captivated the audience with her lithe and graceful performance. A. Ramalinga Sastry
Enthralling dance drama
The antics of the child Krishna were well presented. P. SURYA RAO
Uttaraa's annual celebration was a combination of postural perfection and rhythmic precision. Ranee Kumar
The dance drama earned points for good choreography and skilled presentation.
Dramas with substance
Visakha Music and Dance Academy's social plays `Pudamithalliki Puritinoppulu' and `Sampada' were well enacted.
Jaya's works reveal a simple style and an innate understanding of the countryside. R. Balaji
Rhythm of the wind
The sixth anniversary celebrations of Uttaraa had an interesting mix of music and dance. GUDIPOODI SRIHARI
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