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Friday, September 09, 2005
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`I make films, not art films'
Small screen aspirations
Sajitha Beti is an up-and-coming actress who has made a mark on the mini-screen.
Scoring a musical high
Pravin Mani has made his presence heard with his music for the film, `By the People.'
Source of inspiration
Griha Vinika aims at promoting Carnatic music.
Serious business of comedy
The release of `mimics and parody' cassettes marks the arrival of the Onam season.
Hallmark of quality
Maharajapuram Srinivasan did not fail to live up to the expectations of the rasikas.
Magic of Salilda's evergreen songs
Salil Chowdhury's immortal music continues to enchant music buffs.
Change in concepts
Mohiniyattom exponent Neena Prasad talks about the relevance of the post-colonial identity in Indian classical dance forms.
In praise of Lord Ayyappa
Kalamandalam Kesavan's play `Sabarimala Dharma Sastha' was staged in Kochi.
A journey of a spiritual kind
Sivaprabha organised her second exhibition of paintings in Kollam.
A royal tradition
The offering of `Ona Villu' is a ritual that is observed with great sanctity at Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple in the capital city.
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