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The Orissa Cine Critic Association criticised the vulgarity in Oriya cinema and music.
Short Cuts will be screening a choice selection of films made by women this Sunday.
Victory Art Creations, a new film unit, which thought of cashing in on the latest hit of Srikanth and Sneha Radha Gopalam started a film with much fanfare recently. Former Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu and NTR were ...
The latest hit Athanokkade directed by Surender and produced by Janakiram with Kalyanram and Sindhu Tolani in the lead proved a good hit. Recently the film unit celebrated the platinum disc function at Bhramaramba theatre in Kukatpally, ...
Ace producer M.S. Raju gave three consecutive blockbusters during the last three years and incidentally all of them were Sankranthi releases. Now his latest film Pournami, which is going to sets in July with Prabhas and Trisha in the lead, ...
There was a time when R.P. Patnaik was riding the popularity wave and his music became the USP for many films. His acting debut in the film Seenu Vasanti, Lakshmi was met with success too. But his reported statement that he's not willing ...
Jayanth Paranje directs Balakrishna and Charmi for yet another romantic blockbuster.
A light music treat
The CD contains several popular songs including Palagummi's all-time hit `Mansayera Madhava'.
Young talent to the fore
Her performance at such a tender age is an indication that Shruti is cut out for a prodigious future.
Dance duo disappoints
The opening performance of Sica Nrithyotsav 2005 by Jayarama Rao and Vanashree Rao was not up to the mark.
`Gayopaakhyanam', by Sri Sai Kalaaniketan, turned out to be a well-organised performance.
Melattur mela comes to town
Melattur Bhagavatha Mela of rural Thanjavur was staged by Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Jayanthi Natya Nataka Sangham recently.
Natya Chetana's play `Dhuan' was an example of its `intimate theatre' style.
Monologues from the Mythologies came as a treat to the audience at the `Mono-Action Festival'.
Art works stand out
Orissa Lalit Kala Akademi showcased Bhikari Moharana's `patta' and palm leaf paintings.
Rama Raju remembered
Tributes were paid to Ganapathiraju Atchuta Rama Raju, founder-president of Visakha Sahithi.
A mixed bag of ballets
The three-day `Kuchipudi Nritya Roopakotsavam' had some exceptionally good presentations and some drab dance dramas.
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