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Friday, October 14, 2005
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Smile...Comedy is king!
For an able act
Veteran theatre director Roysten Abel prepares for a busy season on stage, even as he launches into commercial cinema.
Martial strokes, moving message
Kriti Arora's photographs and paintings come with hidden messages.
Ready and steady
Tamil film actor Ravi Shankar's next film may be "Thiradu Rascal", but he is all for clean entertainment
The fruit of dedication
Pandit Sangameshwar Gurav and Kaivalya Kumar Gurav enthralled Varanasi audiences.
Tried and trusted ragas steal the show
The concluding days of the Indraprastha music festival featured some brilliant performances.
Rajeswari Sainath's solo Bharatanatyam performance and the group show by students of Jayalakshmi Easwar may have been different in nature, but each was satisfying in its own way.
Seeking and attaining
Sushmita Ghosh's Kathak performance was a case of still waters running deep.
Beyond the Bindu
For the first time New Delhi witnesses Syed Haider Raza's works in small format.
Growing with tradition
Yakshagana, an intrinsic part of Kannada culture, was presented in Hindi for the first time this past week in New Delhi, giving cause for elation as well as caution.
Ten and ticking
Cartoon Network celebrates ten years of existence in India with an array of new initiatives.
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