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Friday, November 25, 2005
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Making drawings come alive
Gurajada Appa Rao's classic `Kanyasulkam' continues to enthral audience in its new 26 episode tele-serial format.
The children's film festival featured contentious themes.
Make way for the film that has faction as the backdrop interwoven with a love theme. Directed by Samudra and produced by Anasuya Devi on the banner of R.S. Productions, Mahanandi is all set to hit screen on December 2. Anushka of Super ...
Venky in yet another macho role
Lakshmi, the Venkatesh-starrer directed by V.V. Vinayak and produced by Nallamalupu Srinivas (Bujji) is almost nearing completion. Manisharma lends mellifluous tunes to the songs. The audio is most likely to be released on December 13, ...
Ready for `Ranam'?
Shooting is in progress for Gopichand's latest film Ranam produced by Pokuri Baburao on the banner of Ee Taram Pictures. The director is busy shooting the climax in Bhadrachalam with Gopichand, Kamna Jethmalani and Biju Menon, besides a ...
On a hat-trick trail
Making an out-and-out commercial entertainer with Chiranjeevi as the hero, director Vijaya Bhaskar aims for a sixth consecutive hit.
Music homage to Sriman
Recitals and lec-dems marked the fest in honour of Sriman Krishnamacharyulu.
Tribute to maestros
Susmita Das has come out with a CD of masterpieces from brilliant composer Balakrushna Das' repertoire.
The right chord
Manda Sundharani's vocal recital was engaging.
Shreeniwas Joshi's regaled the audience with a style reminiscent of the late Pandit Bhimsen Joshi.
Flawless exposition and sense of beauty market the concert by U. Srinivas and Rajesh.
Fine selection of items marked flute recital by Hemanand Narayan of Tirupati.
Delightful dance recital
Despite a few aberrations, Sasilatha Krishna's dance recital showed her mastery over the art.
Honour for artiste
Bharatnatyam exponent from the twin cities bags prestigious awards.
Babbars' brush with Hyderabad
Nadira Babbar made her presence felt in the city, with her two plays recently.
Mixed media to the fore
Watercolours, dry point and fibreglass sculptures on view as part of the recent works from artistes here made for a vivid palette.
Renowned scholar Brahmasri Malladi Chandrasekhara Sastry was presented with the prestigious Raja-Lakshmi Foundation Award - 2005.
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