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Friday, April 07, 2006
Friday Review Chennai and Tamil Nadu
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Exhibitor with an agenda
What does the general secretary of the Film Federation of India have up his sleeve?
Garland of songs from Silappadikaram
Ceylon Sisters Vasantha and Revathy, daughters and disciples of violinist A. Sankara Iyer are coming out with their audio CDs/cassettes entitled, `Silappadikarathin Isai Aarangal Aaru.' N. Murali, president, Music Academy, will release the CD and ...
A comedian, and much more!
Charle, who was conferred Kalaimamani recently, talks about his films and future plans.
In the City
Sri Rajavinyakar Baktha Mandali Mandapam, V. V. Colony III Street, Adambakkam.
April 9, 6.30 p.m.
T. V. Ramprasadh. Nadopasana
P. S. H. S. School, Mylapore.
April 12, 6.30 p.m.
Of remakes and sequels
Devoid of fresh ideas and storylines, Bollywood re-films successful past ones.
Cell and suspense - Cellular
Storyline: A kidnapped woman gets to make one call, `if the signal dies so does she'
Bottomline: 94 minutes of action, suspense and eye candy. When you see Jason Statham's name in the credits, you immediately place him as the reticent, ...
Bitten and smitten
I'm not a vampire movie lover. The only vampire movie I had fun watching was ``From Dusk till Dawn," which was a tongue-in-cheek take on vampire flicks, almost a spoof on the genre that worked well for a tribute. Besides, that had Salma ...
Story of a don
Fights and suspense form the backbone of `Don Chera.'
It was sublime music that the Malladi Brothers offered at Sri Ayyappan Puja Sangham, Coimbatore.
Soft and soothing
A good thing about Pradeep Kumar is that he prefers to tread his path with care and delicacy.
Vasundhara Rajagopal's recital proved a point that familiar kirtanas enhance the status of a concert.
Professional touch was missing
Koothu-p-pattarai's offering was disappointing with most of the stories not lending themselves to drama.
In tune with the spirit of Hinduism
Consecrated in 1977, the Ganapati temple in New York stands for the very best in India's Vedic culture.
Highlighting a new spirit
The Hungarian Festival, held from March 19-23 in Delhi, dealt with protest, survival and identity.
Summer series - kids' exclusive
Hungama TV, the local Indian channel for kids, will present a bouquet of new animation series which will kick start from April 10. With incredible graphics, the new bunch is sure to entertain the kids from Monday through ...
Stree Superachievers Anoushka Shankar
This week's programme, on Awaaz Channel, will feature an interesting tête-à-tête with Anoushka Shankar. Pratibha Advani will anchor the special on April 8 at 10.30 a.m. Listen to Anoushka as she talks about her dreams and aspirations and ...
This celebrity talk show will air its 50th episode on April 8, 10 p.m. on Zoom TV. Pooja Bedi shares her enjoyable experiences of hosting the show and instances where her guests have made her laugh, cry, argue and awestruck. This ...
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