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Road to self-reliance
Women entrepreneurs in the city have benefited enormously, thanks to the Bharatiya Yuva Shakti Trust
King of comedy
THE UNASSUMING Thaha is emerging as the king of comedy films in Malayalam after his two directorial ventures Ee Parakkum Thalika and the now running to packed houses Kerala House Udan Virppanaykku proved big hits. And his films are ...
Hoping for a success
HE WAS more successful with newcomers than with established actors. Teja's career graph speaks for this. After accepting this `nijam', Teja once again scouted for new talent and found Navadeep, Santhoshi and 55 other debutants. With them he ...
Returning to Kannada
THAT SHE is talented is an indisputable fact. Equally indisputable is her dedication. Suhasini has agreed to act in Kannada filmmaker Narendra Babu's O Gulabi convinced about his total commitment to the project, thus marking her return to ...
Cast: Srihari, Sanghavi, Vadde Naveen, Puneet Isar, Dharmavarapu, Raghunatha Reddy
Dir: Bharat THIS FILM is based on the issue of farmers' suicides. Bose (Srihari) wants to take revenge on all those involved in a ...
No joy here
THE IRONY of this movie lies in the fact that the entire crew `enjoys' at the expense of the audience. The director appears confounded about the total project, while the dialogue writer is on the premise that a few vulgar lines would do the ...
THE FINAL act is a worthy conclusion to the themes and characters introduced in the first two instalments. Frodo and Sam labour towards Mount Doom to destroy the One Ring and save Middle Earth. Gollum, who was once a hobbit, Smeagol, now ...
CREDIT TO Shrey Srivastav here. He comes up with a pleasant surprise by rolling out a film that manages to catch your attention for its sensitivity even if it is hamstrung by its very regular commercial format. Yes, there are perfectly avoidable ...
THE BEST thing one can say about Love in Nepal is that it is produced by an educationist. So give T.P. Aggarwal credit. However, from the evidence on offer, Aggarwal himself has a lot of learning to do. Directed by Rajat Mukherjee, this ...
An experiment with truth
The play reading revealed lesser known shades of the Mahatma
Chords & Notes
PERHAPS, KOTI had the title of the movie in mind when he was composing music: it lends most songs in the album a subtle wedding music touch. Starting with Gopilola muvvagopala ooru vaadaa vooyaloopaala, this is evident in at least four ...
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