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Friday, September 16, 2005
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Young and famous
Peetham promotes literature's cause
On its third anniversary, Kopparapu Sodara Kavulu peetham released a book and feted litterateurs.
Time for golden oldies
The Indian Telugu Association is hosting a screening of Telugu classics from the golden era of Telugu cinema.
Art director Bhaskara Raju has a major role to play in enhancing the look and overall appeal of K. Raghavendra Rao's Sri Ramadasu. Recently, he erected a `parnashala' set in Annapurna studio in Hyderabad for this Nagarjuna-starrer. As per ...
It seems Mallidi Satyanarayana Reddy, who had earlier produced a blockbuster like Bunny is more particular about the titles starting with the letter `B'. His next film with Raviteja in the lead, which is also nearing completion is titled ...
Clash with a difference
We heard of the clash of titans. But this is a fight with a difference. Noted producer-cum-artiste Mohanbabu's home production Political Rowdy, a remake of Tamil hit film Adi Thadi, is scheduled to be released on September 28. ...
All set for release
Rajasekhar's latest film Nayakudu in which Namitha playing opposite to him in the female lead had completed all the shooting and post-production formalities. Directed by Kodi Ramakrishna, the film is being produced by noted director Sagar ...
Chakri replaces Keeravani who had always been a default choice for producer-director Y.V.S. Chowdary, for his latest venture Devadas. It may be recalled that Chowdary already made it clear that his film has nothing to do with the old ...
A classical salute to music
Good renditions marked the `Bhakti Sangeetham'.
A sangam of styles
Sangam showcased an interesting confluence of Odissi and Kathak recitals.
With the times
Lyrics written in the seventh century came alive through Illayaraja's mastery.
Offbeat, off key
The Odissi recital by the dance troupe from the Sutra Dance Theatre, Kuala Lumpur, departed from tradition.
The production represented one of the most colourful episodes in the `Mahabharatha'.
Folk and classical dances marked the three-day Barsha celebration.
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