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Friday, October 07, 2005
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Evoking the Gandhi in each of us
Assamese director Jahnu Baruah makes his debut in Hindi films.
Focus on local issues
Film director P.T. Kunju Mohammed talks about the influences on Malayalam cinema and his latest work `Paradeshi.'
His experiment with truth
Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara' has brought Anupam Kher closer to his self.
`Woman with a Video Camera' examines how the movie camera looks at a woman.
Vinayan is canning his latest film `Boyy friennd,' which has new faces in the lead.
A blissful mehfil
Pankaj Udhas and Talat Aziz weaved magic with their music and left listeners wanting more.
Rich tonal quality
The vocal concert of K.J. Jesudas brought to the fore his unparalleled prowess as a classical singer.
Ravikiran's concert transported the audience to a world where time ceased to matter.
Meditation through concert
Pulak Lahiri's sitar recital in Thrissur enthralled listeners.
Devotion through music
Aswathy Tirunal Rama Varma's concert began the Navaratri music festival on the right note.
Dance of the enchantress
Adoor Gopalakrishnan's documentary on Mohiniyattom promises to be a treat for the layman and connoisseur alike.
Keeping alive a rich tradition
The nine-day Navaratri festival that is celebrated in the capital city has religious, historical and cultural significance.
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