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Mallika Sukumaran dons the role of a possessive mother-in-law in a new serial.
Piecing together `Balan'
The drama behind the birth of `Balan,' the first talkie in Malayalam.
Madurai G.S. Mani kept the audience spellbound during his recent concert held in connection with the Uthram festival at Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple.
Bharathi Sivaji has managed to achieve a unique blend of aesthetics and technical perfection.
Combination of dance and abhinaya
Dancers of Dharani highlighted the aesthetics of group choreography.
A social commentary
Margi Narayana Chakyar gave a contemporary touch to his performance by referring to socio-political issues of the day.
Kozhikode's Parsi legacy
On the eve of Nauroze, an exploration of Kozhikode's Parsi past.
Peruvanam Aaraattupuzha Pooram, in Thrissur district, is believed to have started in AD 583.
Festival of Mapila art
The three-day Moyinkutty Vaidyar Maholsav held at Kondotty attracted many lovers of Mapila art forms.
Against all odds
One of the oldest Kathakali clubs celebrated its fortieth anniversary recently.
Gone with the wind
ROSE MARY, whom Kamala Suraiya once proclaimed as her most promising follower and symbolically handed over her anklets, has bagged this year's Muthukulam Parvathy Amma Literary Award. The book that fetched her this prestigious honour is a ...
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