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His father's son
Lively Ashtavadhaanam in Sanskrit
The `Ashtavadhanam' continues to be one of the best literary feats.
Get set for cheesy thrills in `House of Wax'.
Samudra directs Sumanth
Sumanth is playing the lead in a film to be directed by Samudra. Therecording began at RP Studio recently. The film will be an action-packed love story. Ghatikachalam penned the story while Kamalakar is giving the musical score. Srihari is ...
Now, here's a bagful of gags
`Kanchanamala Cable TV' promises to be a fun-filled fare.
The original melody queen
L.R. Eshwari took the audience down the memory lane with her popular numbers `Masaka masaka cheekati lo' and `Le le le na raja'.
It takes two for a classical tango
Sriram Parasuram and Anooradha Sriram enthralled the audience with their renditions.
Padmavathi Paramahamsa's recital lent the pleasure of enjoying the veena fervour.
Loss of a limb notwithstanding, Nityananda Das gave a stunning display of his courage through an excellent Odissi performance.
Fest falls flat
The Kuchipudi festival featured mediocre performances.
Absorbing play on the Buddha
Royal intrigue paved the way for women to become ascetics
The Orissa Dance Academy's annual fest became a crowded affair on stage.
Devotional fervour marked the Annamayya jayanthi celebrations.
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