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The magic of yatra
GLOBAL ADJUSTMENTS is conducting an etiquette programme for teenagers at Benjarong, TTK Road, on November 30, and not at Hotel Ambassador Pallava as mentioned in the MetroPlus issue dated November 28. For further details contact Ph: ...
COMING IN the genre of "East Is East" and other such ventures featuring thoughts and ideas of India juxtaposed with Western culture is Universal Studios/ Canal and Working Title presentation, "The Guru". While the subject is pretty much routine ...
Heading for the Oscars
THE FILM "Alibaba and 40 Thieves", made by Chennai based Pentamedia, is a story told many times but is finding new life through the animated version made here. The film is now being screened along with six other animation films for a ...
Talent is his trademark
Bhupen Hazarika, the original `King of Bollywood', remains in obscurity working in an odd film here and there despite the awards and felicitations that have come his way, says ZIYA US SALAM.
Family life - American style
Five films were screened at the American Film Festival held in the city recently. S. R. ASHOK KUMAR reports.
A success formula
"STYLE" IS a film that will be an out and out entertainer. The title and story have nothing special to offer. Sibi Chakravarthy, who is the director of the movie, does not believe that grandeur alone will make a film run. "Only the contents ...
REPRODUCTION OF a beautiful Thanjavur painting on the wrapper invites the readers to savour the contents dealing with our cultural variety. As usual the pictures of the three Kanchi pontiffs along with that of Swami Vivekananda lend attraction to ...
VISHWA KALA Sangama, a Chennai based Trust, devoted to the propagation of Performing Arts, is presenting the Swami Haridas Sangeet Samaroah, a three-day Hindustani Music Festival on December 20, 21, 22. Hindustani vocalist, Pt. Ajay Chakraborty ...
HAMSADHWANI HAS organised a violin recital by T. N. Krishnan, Viji Krishnan Natarajan and Sriram Krishnan on the occasion of the violin maestro Papa Venkataramiah's Birth Centenary festival. This 13th and concluding concert will be held on ...
Profuse display of vidwat
THE SOLO violin concert by Nagai Muralidharan (with Nagai Sriram as violin support) accompanied by Tiruchi Sankaran on the mridangam and T.V. Vasan on the ghatam, under the auspices of Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer Trust was super-lively, but ...
ALL THE three artistes in this audio album of classical Carnatic music released by Layapriya have the privilege of belonging to a rich artistic tradition. Tiruchi Ganesan, vocalist hails from the Chembai Vaidyanatha Bagavathar family. The ...
THE AUSPICIOUS month of Karthikai, specially suited for the worship of Krithikasuta (Lord Subrahamanya), has been aptly chosen by Anita Guha for premiering her dance-ballet, Mahadevam Mahasenam Bhaje, woven round the mythological episodes ...
Pure traditional style
ABLY ASSISTED by Umayalpuram Mali (mridangam) and Nanganallur Swaminathan (ghatam), David Reck, a U.S. based veena player gave a pleasing recital at Hamsadhwani. With no gimmicks or ostentatious showmanship his performance won all round praise ...
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