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Friday, March 31, 2006
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Back with a vengeance
Writing from the heart
Author Ramanan's books and related CDs released.
The latest film starring Prabhas, titled Munna, was launched recently. Dil Raju is known for his unique method of functioning. The muhurat of Munna took place on a grand scale at the Annapurna Studios, with N.T. Ramarao and ...
Mahesh sports a new look
Puri Jagannadh's cocktail of romance and action is told against the backdrop of land mafia.
Vibrant vocals, rapturous recitals
Last week saw musical geniuses in abundance.
Fine use of strings
Krishnakumari's veena recital was an endearing blend of traditional and popular trends.
Striking a chord
The jugalbandi by Anoorada and Parasuram was a delight.
Young dancers excelled at the Kalasagaram's Annual Youth Festival of Dance.
Dancing to tell an ancient tale
The Panchatantra tales struck a chord with the audience.
Vivid hues of occult and mysticism
Bijaya Panda and Prodosh Swain presented colourful vignettes inspired by the vibrancy of Bhubaneswar.
Songs of Telugu women folk
Songs by Telugu women, forms an integral part of Indian literature
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