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With the camera or without
Cinematographer K. V. Anand is heaving a sigh of relief as his debut attempt at direction is receiving positive reviews.
Treat from Star Movies
Unlock your imagination with "Finding Neverland." Catch the exclusive premiere of the multiple Oscar-nominated film, within 6 months of its theatrical release, on June 3 at 9.00 p.m. only on STAR Movies. The film is an enchanting onscreen ...
The next soap on STARVijay
The telecast of AVM's new mega serial, `Aasai,' begins on June 6.
Royal role for Ash
Aishwarya Rai plays Rajmata Gayatri Devi in J. P. Dutta's bio-pic.
`It is disheartening, not to be able to take risks'
In his bid to find a new expression, for `Hasina' Girish Kasaravalli focuses on plotline and emotion.
Buddy has a ball
Yes, Buddy the dog, not just fetches ball, he also puts it in the basket. What's new? We're talking about basketball. No one knows how though. But, an introverted 12-year old Josh (Kevin Zeggers), who has just moved into town, discovers a golden ...
Too much of the predictable
When `Ring' first released in 2002, it turned out to be a quite a hit, given its fresh approach to horror. It was based on Japanese director's Hideo Nakata's `Ringu,' which is known to have relied more on story and character than special effects ...
Tsunami relief concerts in Houston
An evening of South Indian Classical Fine Arts in Houston raised $25,000 for tsunami relief. The Mata Amritanandamayi (MA) Center of Houston and Swaralayam Arts Forum teamed up for a Mother's Day event on May 8 in Houston. Amma's compassion ...
Ornate instead of delicate
CONCERT Vocal sumptuousness rather than subtleties dominated Vijay Siva's performance.
Carnatic, with designer tag
FUSION Instruments, western and Indian, joined in a melodious mesh for `Carnatic Chills.'
The couplets in a ballet
Three young Sri Lankans, disciples of the Dhananjayans will present Tirukkural on June 11 and 12. A curtain-raiser.
The temples of Manali
Manali may have become famous as a hill resort but its temples reveal that it is also rich in culture.
In the City
The celluloid maverick
Without Ismail Merchant, can Ivory and Jhabvala continue to create the magic?
He empowered through discourses
Swami Ranganathananda gave diksha through his presence and writings.
Display of devotion
The Brahmotsavam at Sri Varadarajaswamy Temple, Kanchipuram, fascinated this tourist from France.
Consecration at Singapore
The consecration of South-East Asia's biggest Vaishnavite temple and a national monument with a rich history dating back to150 years, the Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple, took place on last Sunday. More than 20,000 devotees had gathered at the ...
The programme, produced and directed by S. Ananthanarayanan, is completing a year of telecast. A special episode on Nagai district's Tsunami relief projects will be telecast today, which includes an interview with Collector Radhakrishnan. ...
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