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Friday, October 07, 2005
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A fairytale love story
Contrary to its title, the film is not about film making but a modern Cinderella story.
Gifted with a mellifluous voice Mousumi infuses the songs with the requisite emotion.
Of the patterns of percussion
The genre of Sarvalagu in the art of percussion enjoys a special stature due to its gentle, pleasing, uncomplicated patterns that raise the Melaprapthi of a performance to appreciable standards. The swaying, foot-tapping, easy-to-comprehend ...
Dance for the skies
Tanusree Shankar is giving a performance tomorrow.
Country art, rustic best
The yakshaganam show was a fair representation of the age-old art form.
Mohiniattam was performed for the first time to an Annamayya kriti.
Warming to tradition
Striking costumes and age-old tradition lent colour to this folk art.
Mythological masterpieces staged
It was heartening to see the revival of two popular plays after over five decades.
Down memory lane
A niece fondly remembers her uncle, R.K. Narayan on the occasion of his birthday.
Weekly's efforts lauded
That `Chira Sandhan' strives to promote the culture and literature of Orissa was underscored at its annual function.
Fifty glorious years
Rendition of popular songs marked the Golden Jubilee of Annapoorna Pictures.
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