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Friday, November 18, 2005
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Portrayal of tones of grey
`Sthree' is back
Vinaya Prasad will be seen again in `Sthree,' the sequel to the first Malayalam mega serial.
Away from conventional lines
Anup Kurian, director of `Manasarovar,' on films, finance and film-making.
Siddique on Hari, his role in the trend-setting soap `Sthree.'
A grand tradition
Although the Kalpathy music festival had to be cut short this year, for three days it was a musical feast for Palakkad.
M. Chandrasekharan who has been selected for the 2005 Sangeetha Kalanidhi award is a vocalist and violinist par excellence.
Unique musical experience
Baul music comprises expressive lyrics and lilting music.
Doing their gurus proud
Three talented singers left the listeners yearning for more.
Inspired by Draupadi
Usha Nangiar brilliantly interpreted the story of Draupadi in the Nangiarkoothu format.
Art in her heart
Betty Tharakan's art is a melting pot of impressions and experiences.
Art in the form of worship and rituals
The intricate art of painting the face and making the costume of Theyyam performers were taught to 22 youngsters.
Remembering a royal legacy
Concerts were organised to observe the jayanthi of Chitra Tirunal and Setu Parvathi Bayi.
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