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Friday, November 11, 2005
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`I like to look good, feel good, and keep fit'
Rambha is set to sizzle the screen once again in her second innings.
Venkat Kuchipudi fulfils his 14-year dream with his directorial debut, `Modati Cinema'.
`Sri Ramadasu' progresses steadily even as expectations mount.
Dr. G. N. Rao's `ashtaavadhaanam' comprised fulfilment of the eight exercises.
Vishnubhotla sisters, Saraswathi and Krishnaveni, gave an engaging concert.
Budding artistes displayed their skills with acumen and alacrity.
Dances from the past
The ancient dance forms of Andhra organised recently highlighted their essence.
Good choreography and fine music marked the staging of `Yasoda Krishna'.
His artwork is spot on
Ginne Sagar is set to immortalise popular images with his `Palamur dots' Pointillism technique.
Vibrant cultural fete
The third Bhubaneswar Mahotsava was a rich repast of Orissa's folk arts.
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