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Friday, September 02, 2005
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Of `live-in' partners
Blows can be blessings!
Learning the instrument at a tender age, the young artiste has carved a niche for himself.
A vocal recital by Vishnubhotla Mukunda Sarma marked the anniversary of musician-musicologist Dwaram Bhavanarayana Rao.
Of scintillating grandeur
Sruthi Laya Ranjani was a knowledgeable theme featuring artistes from different parts of the state.
A flautist's tribute
Jayaprada's mellifluous recital went well with Janmashtami.
Bhakta Ramadas staged
The story of the great devotee of Lord Rama was well presented.
Chip of the old block
Starting on a sedate note, Yamini gave a masterly exposition of the dance drawing all round admiration
Compilation on Krishna
Hima Bindu's `Navaneeta Natyam' gave a rhythmic shape to songs on Krishna.
Popular mythological `Gayopakhyanam', with impressive verses, was staged for Janmashtami.
A poor beginning
The play suffered from a poor plot and sketchy characters.
Poetic drama unfolded on stage
Neat histrionic display marked the staging of `Rajamudrika'.
Balaiah's works are so diligently done that they resemble animation.
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