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Friday, December 02, 2005
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`There are different levels of reality'
Religious scripts translated
Visakha Saaraswatha Vedika brought out the Telugu translation of `Sri Siva Pancha Sthavi' and `Aatma Samyama Yoga' from `Srimad Bhagavadgeetha'.
Never seen it before
`Manodu' is a refreshing statement on society that we are a part of.
With his debut film as a director, Priyadarshini Ram says he wants to make films grounded to reality.
Shriya in an item song
Guess what! Shriya did an item song for Devadasu, directed and produced by Y.V.S. Chowdary on the Bommarillu Vari banner. Nandamuri Balakrishna unveiled the audio on November 27 with Dasari Narayana Rao as chief guest. Chakri's 11 ...
Laya in the lead
Laya is playing the female lead of Kodi Ramakrishna's Devathalu. It may be remembered that he made a film called Devullu a few years ago and it proved to be successful. Rishi of A Film by Aravind fame, and brother of Shalini, ...
Gopika in Ushakiron film
Malayalam star Gopika was roped in for the new film being produced by Ushakiron Movies after a gap of one year. The shooting for the film started without much fanfare. Sharwanand of Vennela fame is playing the male lead in the film, being ...
Venky keen on a Malayalam remake
The Mammootty-starrer Rajamanickam is doing roaring business in Malayalam. It broke the records, as it reportedly collected over Rs. 3 crore in just a few days, never heard of before in the history of Malayalam cinema. Popular financier ...
Total family entertainer
`Chukkallo Chandrudu' has all the trappings of a hit flick.
The 36th annual festival of the Visakha Music Academy served as a platform for honouring renowned musicians, who also gave excellent performances.
Music all the way
The 38th Annual Festival of Kalasagaram was resplendent with invigorating recitals.
The flag bearers
Youngsters took centre-stage at the Motiram Maniram Sangeet Samaroh.
Raghavraj Bhatt and Mangala enthralled the audience with a brilliant Kathak recital.
Rajeswari Sainath's depiction of `Ratna Panchakam' highlighted the performer's classicist style.
Reviving dying art forms
`Sridevi Sisters' enthralled the audience with their impressive `Burra Katha' performance.
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