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Cinema with soul
And now a telefilm
Gemini TV's telefilm `Madhumati,' is going on air shortly.
Gunnam Gangaraju became popular with his Little Soldiers. Later he produced a hit film titled Aithe. Now he is producing another film Anukokunda Oka Roju with Chandrasekhar Yeleti as the director and Charmi in the lead role. ...
Cheers for Mahesh's fans
Trivikram Srinivas's Athadu produced under the banner of Jayabheri Arts with Mahesh Babu and Trisha in the lead is getting ready with a huge budget. The talkie part of the film was completed recently. Recently two songs were ...
Rajyalakshmi became popular with her debut film Sankarabharanam which was directed by K. Viswanath. Now she is playing mother to several young heroes and as sister-in-law to top heroes. "Unlike the heroes, heroines do not have long ...
Austria continues to charm film-makers 25 years after the Sound of Music. Watch out for some breath-taking locales of that `historic' country in Balakrishna's next starrer. The PB Arts unit had returned from Austria recently after shooting for ...
ANR to act with Nag
After a long gap, Akkineni Nageswara Rao is playing a role in his son Nagarjuna's film. He agreed to play the role of Kabirdas in Bhakta Ramadasu being directed by veteran K. Raghavendra Rao, under the banner of Aditya Art Productions ...
Still at the helm
D. Ramanaidu introduces yet another director with his `Nireekshana'.
Sitar and carnatic vocal recitals by Nandakumar and Radha Padmanabhan respectively were well received.
A harikatha by the noted Bhagavataar, M.V. Simhachala Sastry of Guntur regaled the houseful audience.
The `Asara' concert showcased fine talent in classical music and dance.
Ode to Annamayya
Annamacharya Jayanthi was marked by maestro Nedunuri Krishnamurthy's vocal concert.
Bowled over by ballet
Ananda Shankar's Buddham Saranam Gachchami was a finely executed performance.
The scintillating recital by G. Sivani was an ode to the Melattur style.
Fest with an Odissi touch
Ekamra Nrutya Mahotsav had some diverse recitals.
The fest was marked by classical recitals.
Artist Singampally Satanarayana sketched images to the sound of Annamayya kritis sung by musicians.
Eminent musicians were honoured with DBR awards.
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