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Friday, December 16, 2005
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Ramgopal Varma started his career as director in 1989 with Shiva with Nagarjuna (who also produced the film) as hero. It quickly attained cult status especially among youngsters. Illayaraja scored music for the film and it became a ...
The audio cassette of Manodu, a full-length feature film in Telugu, is all set to be released by Chief Minister Dr. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy, who will be the chief guest for the occasion. The film is a story of a teenager who is critical ...
A fitting tribute to Konda
`Kokila' is director Kondalarao's swan song.
Perfect unison, double impact
K. Sangeetha Kala and M. Rajya Lakshmi proved a good combination at the classical Carnatic recital.
Engaging veena recital
Mandapaka Sridevi's veena recital showed her skills in wielding the instrument.
Fusion at its best
Young artistes dominated the 33rd Pandit Motiram and Maniram Sangeet Samaroh.
The mythological tale of `Kacha Devayani - Sharmishta Yayathi' was well presented.
Prabhu Kumari Vanama gave a mesmerising performance.
Sisir Sahana's latest show of paintings and glass sculptures is an extension of his response towards encroaching urbanisation and dissemination of village culture today.
Playback singer Chitra regaled the audience with her chart busters and devotional numbers at the musical nite organised in her honour.
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