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Friday, July 08, 2005
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On a solo trip now
Queen of hearts
Katrina Kaif talks about her foray into Telugu films and more.
Fame in first person
As the men and women behind the Sony TV's ongoing show "Fame Gurukul", a talent hunt for singers, it has been an interesting experience for the judges as well contestants.
By the book
Rashbehary Chakravorty displayed a deep involvement, despite a bookish approach.
Chhote Sarkar is here!
As "Dus" opens this Friday, Abhishek Bachchan makes an appraisal of the recent thrills in his career.
Orchestrating musical flair
The orchestra group from the Woodstock School in Mussoorie displayed their flair for Western classical music at the Hungarian Cultural Centre in New Delhi the other day.
Kashmir had a taste of Hindi-Punjabi remix with the release of "Sukoon"
Asian Dub Foundation from the U.K. is now singing about the horrors of war.
Whither our dance institutions?
Be it Kalakshetra, Kathak Kendra or any other top dance institution, each of them is plagued by a variety of problems making us wonder if we are successful in nurturing viable art establishments.
Emperor in tension!
"Khamosh! Akbar Tension Mein Hai", which was presented by Art Lovers this past week at the Shri Ram Centre auditorium, offers powerful comment on the commodification of love.
An experiment with Kalidasa
India International Centre in New Delhi recently presented Kalidasa's Kumarasambhava or more appropriately, a `trans-creation' of Kumarasambhava by Shri Aurobindo and Ritwik Ghatak in direction, curation and design with a solo performance by ...
Time to express?
Bharti Tele Ventures unveils its plan to provide a platform to young artistes across the country.
For the seniors
Recently, the Capital watched amidst rain play, the launch of a new print magazine called Senior India, a fortnightly in Hindi from the parent group of Senior Builders. `Badalti Soch, Badalta Desh' read the tagline. Inaugurating the first issue ...
Jo Bole Toh Jadoo
Watch Jadoo, the lovable alien of "Koi..Mil Gaya" on the TV show Jo Bole Toh Jadoo on Nick this weekend. Jadoo is trapped in a fire and is pleading for help. The kids help Jadoo out of the fire and decide to help him get back Tona and Tarkopar. ...
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