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An intriguing action flick
Fowzia charts her own course
Fowzia Fathima’s art lies in motion.
Narayana Tirtha Jayanthi held
The nine-day Guru Aradhana saw many musicians rendering compositions of Narayana Teertha with devotion.
Like guru, like disciple
Tadepalli Lokanadha Sarma, through his concerts, proved to be a name to reckon with.
A classical feast for music lovers
Pandurang Mutalik’s recital, as part of the vaggeyakara festival, was impressive.
A pleasing concert
Scholarly rendition marked Prema Ramamurthy’s concert.
Her teacher's pupil
Shankari's flute play at Thyagaraja Gana Sabha was impressive.
Two teenaged sisters travelled from the USA to display their prowess.
Numbers mattered at the five-day dance fest - 'Nritya Sanrachna'.
Expressive and promising
Angara Srividya’s well received kuchipudi performance was perfect was on all fronts.
Kumara Vijayam scripted by T. Sriramamurty in free verse form was presented in the form of a dance ballet by the pupils of Nritya Kalabharathi wing of Bharateeya Vidya Kendram at Kalabharathi recently.
The cinematic fervour its musical ...
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