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Friday, September 02, 2005
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No super hero role this
Substance minus sheen
With `Dansh' ready for release and `Fire At My Heart' opening at the Venice Film Festival, Sonali Kulkarni is looking forward to a new career high.
Film fete impresses
The international film festival in Malappuram, organised by Rashmi Film Society, screened 28 films in different languages.
Melodious treat for rasikas
Ravikiran mesmerised his listeners with his skill and talent.
A maestro's music
T.V. Gopalakrishnan, a disciple of Chembai Vaidyanatha Bhagavathar, is the recipient of the Chembai Puraskaram this year.
Keeping alive a tradition
The eight-day Chembai music festival saw music buffs throng the venue on all the days.
Fusion of dance
Priya Shrikumar is redefining classical dance forms of India to reach out to people from other countries.
Of dreams and reality
`Lottery Ticket' depicted the conflicting dreams and ambitions of a couple.
`Kalidasa Natyotsav' from Saturday
The five-day fete will focus on Kalidasa and his plays.
Devotion through music
`Sri Valli Kalyana Mahotsavam' will be held in Thiruvananthapuram on September 4.
Songs for the soul
Listeners were treated to devotionals.
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