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`I have accomplished what I set out to do'
Poet non pareil
Bhanja's poetry was respected for its high literary value.
Noted lyricist remembered
Padmaraju's work reflected a poetic finesse and of human values.
Fourth Dimension Films, an NRI production unit, is making a film titled Vennela with Raja of Anand fame. Parvati Melton, a top California-based model, is being introduced in the heroine's role. Sharvanand of Yuvasena is ...
Mohanbabu in Sriramadasu
Here's more on Sriramadasu, the devotional film starring Nagarjuna in the lead role. The latest buzz is that Mohanbabu has been roped in to play a key role in the film. The actor-cum-producer will portray Taneesha, a Muslim king who jailed ...
Bhagiratha moves on
Raviteja's latest venture, Bhagiratha, is almost through. Also starring Shriya, the shooting of the talkie part has been completed. The songs are currently being canned. The film has been directed by cinematographer-turned-director Rasool ...
It's payback time for NTR. During the fiasco that followed Narasimhudu's release, noted producer D. Sureshbabu came to the rescue of the film's producer, Chengala Venkat Rao, and helped him get the film released by initiating discussions ...
Trivikram Srinivas' `Athadu' is a perfect blend of action and romance genres of films.
Performed like a veteran
Young M. Balamuralikrishna's musical renditions had the quality of a seasoned musician.
The sisters could have attempted a less difficult repertoire befitting their age and experience.
Engaging short plays
The plays reflected the modern-day society.
In praise of Ganesha
Lord Ganesha's role as the remover of obstacles was the central theme of this musical.
The Lord on canvas
Pradosh Swain's artworks portray various facets of Lord Jagannath.
Four decades in retrospect
By experimenting with bold colours and styles Swamy has consciously avoided being typecast with his stereotyped contemporaries.
Myriad shades of flowers
Usha Damerla's paintings reflect her rich imaginative skill and legacy.
Sound of history
Church bells in the city are captivating conduits of fascinating facts.
Celebrating the maestro
A concert was held in honour of Dr. Balamurali Krishna who turned 76 recently.
On a spiritual sojourn
Sri Lalitha Peetham organised a memorable three-day `aaradhanotsavam' of its first two peethadhipathis.
Tide of a response
Juara 2005 provided a platform for children from the slums to explore their creativity.
Yatra to behold!
Thousands of people cutting across religious barriers participate in the Puri festival, which takes place during June-July.
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