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Charting his own course
For Rahul Bose ‘The Japanese Wife” came as a fresh breeze.
Interview

Music from the heart
Maestro Ulhas Kashalkar says singing is more than repeating grammar.
Columns

Snapshots
With summer break round the corner, kid channels are out with their best. Nick is luring its patrons with 3D animation as it launches "Kung Fu Masters of the Zodiac" from April 19. Packed with high octane martial arts animation, this theatrical ...


Learn the lingo

Speaking with hand gestures, without using words, can be just plain fun. Creating different shaped objects with the hands is often a great pastime with children. It is intriguing to see how some hastas of classical dance have been so cleverly ...


Hamraaz (1967)
Starring Sunil Dutt, Raj Kumar, Vimi, Mumtaz, Madan Puri
Casettes/CDs new releases

With a name like “Badmash Company”, one any way doesn't expect much from the film's music, or shall we say the title of the film has little to do with its music? To some extent yes. This Yashraj banner film starring Shahid Kapoor ...
Interview

‘I love adventure'

Best known for her role as the harried and feisty bahu in “Tu Tu Main Main”, Supriya Pilagonkar has come a long way, carving out a niche for herself in television, theatre and films. With her latest show “Sasural Genda ...


A cut above
Chat Film editor Deepa Bhatia on how she shapes movies.
Music

Perfect melodies
Accomplished singing by the Hyderabad Sisters and Rudrapatnam Brothers had the audience in raptures.
Dance

Welcome search for lost Bhavabhinaya
The recent Kathak Mahotsava seems to have woken up to the need for abhinaya expertise.
Drama

Five-pointer's tale
“Five point someone” from evam captures the zest of the novel in the format of a play.
Arts & Crafts

Revelling in nature
As always, thick vegetation forms the premise of Mrinalini Mukherjee's works. This time her forms are more erotic and exuberant.
Tribute

The Chopin mystique
A tribute to the great Polish composer Fryderyck Chopin.
Events

Whiff of Bangla
Bangladesh Film Festival starts this Friday.
A feast for the senses
Sangeet Shyamala's annual festival to be held tomorrow is a bonanza of music and dance.



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