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Simple, not profound
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Many manifestations of self
There is nothing that doesn't interest actor Nandita Das. Even while she sees a continuum in everything, Nandita wants to be cautious of her moves in future
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In thought and spirit
The Kannada audience has changed. And the industry is quickly tuning into the new situation
On the right track
One could see clear grounding in a rich tradition in Master Omkarnath Havaldar's recital. Trained by his father and mentor Nagaraja Rao Havaldar (renowned vocalist of Hindustani music), Omkar has inherited the traits of Kirana gharana more than ...
The jugalbandhi of Odissi (Vani Madhav) and Bharatanatya (Suhasini Krishnamurthy) was the highlight of the Arudra 2005 dance festival. The innovative and interesting programme left an indelible impact on the lovers of dance. Vani Madav's ...
Women, violence and more
Vijay Tendulkar's Sakharam Binder was a realistic presentation
Kids have a good time
The second edition of POGO Amazing Kids Awards 2005, India's only televised awards event for kids, felicitated the winners of POGO Kids Awards and POGO Voice Awards at the NCPA, Mumbai, last weekend. POGO Kids Awards category recognises the ...
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