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Top 10 Books of the week
Being Cyrus on Pix
Saif Ali Khan's first English feature debuts on the small screen
Intimations of mortality
The three films of Ingmar Bergman that Collective Chaos screened as part of the Masters of Cinema series dealt with familiar themes of love and loss
Feel good awards
The award function was all glitter, glamour and goof-ups. For the stars it was also socialising time
Music director Vijayanand who provided such melodious music in films like Nee Bareda Kadambari and Indina Ramayana is returning to the Kannada film industry after a long gap. He will be composing music for the film Ondu ...
The three-day Dharwad Zilla Utsav is back after seven years to showcase the cultural hub in all its creative splendour
First love forever
At 82, Pandit Prabhudev Sardar's enthusiasm for music is undiminished. His music is a blend of the Agra-Jaipur and Kirana music traditions
A haunting wistfulness
Veteran vocalist R.A. Ramamani with her vast experience in Carnatic music and various other genres has carved a special niche for herself as a meritorious performer. Blessed with a high pitch, her voice is of a fine texture, volume and throw. ...
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