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THEIR LIVES ARE DEVOID OF COLOUR!
Children suddenly burst into tears and condition of some of elders was no better. Tears rolled down the cheeks. Having enlivened his role, the demon, Mahishashura, walked back to the stage, giving a breather to the audience. The gathering at the ...
Police winning people's trust
The District Police, for the first time in the State, have launched a unique programme "Police to the door steps of the people" to regain the lost confidence of the people in Kothakota circle. The villagers of 160 villages under four police ...
Three cheers to Rain God!
Till a few weeks ago, Vizagites, especially the womenfolk, wore a worried look. The drinking water problem was in everybody's mind. Depleting groundwater table and dried-up reservoirs were a cause for concern. A sincere prayer to Rain God was on ...
Film with a hilarious theme
`Mee intiki vasthe emisthav... maa intiki vasthe emi thestav'. Sounds funny? That's the title of the first film being produced J. Nagabushanam, on the banner of Suprabhata Cine Creations. Based on the theme of a middle class family on the lines ...
All for children
SHE HAS shone in mainstream and offbeat roles. She is all set to shine as Choti malkin in Sahib Bibi aur Ghulam on the small screen. But right now Raveena Tandon is in a new avatar - as Chairperson, Children's Film Society of ...
KONKONA SEN-SHARMA gave a sterling performance in her first venture, which fetched her the National Award. `Mrs. Iyer' may have been helped enormously by the sensitive script and the sensibilities of her mother Aparna Sen. But there is no ...
Scripting the act
WHILE ON `Mrs Iyer' the going has been good for Mr Iyer, a.k.a. Rahul Bose. Well, the man who turned down a plum assignment with an ad agency years ago (of course he has no regrets) before he entered filmdom is being flooded with film offers. ...
Cooking it like mum
GURINDER CHADHA is showing the Americans how to make aloo gobi in a cooking featurette on the DVD of Bend It Like Beckham. The American audience do not get the signature line in the film where Parminder Nagra as young football crazy ...
Tarantino is back
SIX YEARS after Jackie Brown Quentin Tarantino returns with Kill Bill. Tarantino and Uma Thurman came up with the idea for the film over an after-work cocktail during the shooting of Pulp `Fiction a decade ago. The making of ...
Licence to thrill
THE ORIGINAL Italian Job (1969) starring Michael Caine is a celebration of British pop culture at its headiest moment in the late 1960s. "It's the most English thing I ever did in my life," Caine said. "There I was with Noel Coward and ...
Icons from TN - a great draw
Varadarajan Sthapathi's demonstration on making of the bronze and brass icons in traditional method based on slokas and shastras is the focal point of the pomp and splendour of Dravidian art forms of Chola period for Vizagites at the Poompuhar ...
The speakers at a meeting organised to mark the release of the book "The Cave of Wonders", written by the retired head of the English Department of KVR College, Nandigama, in Krishna district, described it as a `Blue print for spiritual ...
Metro cultural round-up
The 22nd monthly schedule of Sahithya Surabhi featured a talk by its young secretary, Oruganti Rajarajeswari Prasad, on Banabhatta's `Kaadambari'. The session was chaired by its president, V. Kalyanarama Rao, while litterateurs Kolavennu ...
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