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Friday, March 03, 2006
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Miles to go before she rests on laurels
Avula Manjulatha has given a fillip to many projects as head of Potti Sriramulu Telugu Vishwavidyalayam.
Expect the unexpected
An actress par excellence
The 10-day Isabelle Huppert film fest had a gamut of films from the subtle to the provocative.
Return of the golden oldies
Telugu film producers are still fascinated by old film titles. After producing Missamma, producer M. Satyanarayana is planning a new film titled Maya Bazaar, starring Bhoomika, Raja and S.P. Balasubrahmanyam. Indraganti ...
Nag's new venture
Having wound up the shooting of Sri Ramadasu, directed by K. Raghavendra Rao and produced by Konda Krishnamraju, Nagarjuna is gearing up for his next film to be directed by V.N. Aditya. Nag and Aditya have come together after the hit film, ...
Pawan's film nears completion
Aditya Music, which bagged the audio rights of Pawan Kalyan's latest flick Bangaram, is all set to market the audiocassettes in March. The film is produced by A.M. Ratnam and has music by Vidyasagar. Meera Chopra and Reema Sen are the heroines of ...
Anushka on a song
Anushka, the Bangalore girl who made her debut in Nagarjuna's Super, is the toast of Telugu cinema now. She received several offers even before the release of that film. Her following film Mahanandiwith Sumanth also did well. Now, her latest ...
High voltage entertainer
Suryakiran is set to woo the audience with his `Brahmastram'.
N. Ramamurthy's classical Carnatic concert had everything going for him.
A show of promise
Young violinist Vinay Rahul holds promise but needs to iron out his shortcomings.
Stringing music to the ears
Nada Bharathi's `Veena Mahotstav' brought veteran talents to the fore.
Sita Sonty from the U.S. came up with a beautiful Kuchipudi recital
Show of folk arts
Fascinating footwork and body language marked recitals from Orissa.
A few good laughs
`A Nabghanara Ghara' was an entertaining play.
Compositions on Lord Shiva were offered
Another feather in Nedunuri's cap
Yet another honour for Nedunuri Krishna Murthy, bestowed on him at Shanmukhananda Auditorium, Mumbai.
The fest at the village of Kuchipudi will be held from March 10.
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