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Friday, February 17, 2006
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Not just a flicker
Scripts beyond the stage
Iranian director Kiomars Moradi talks about the feisty progress of contemporary Iranian theatre.
Inseparable music and life
Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, the mystic of the sarod, speaks about the space between notes, the eternity between life's temporal moments.
Song of the soul
Aruna Sairam's successful career has been built on a balanced, compassionate approach to life.
In the ongoing series on accompanists, meet vocalist Mohan Vaidhya.
Music is forever
Madhup Mudgal, whose name is among the Padma Shri awardees this year, loves the Beatles and Hitchcock movies too.
The young musicians at the Sopan Festival impressed with their prowess.
In the steps of the gurus
The Sopan festival showed that Sahitya Kala Parishad is doing something right!
Reap in the rewards...
Theatre gets a welcome boost with the support of corporate houses like Mahindra & Mahindra.
A flight cut short
In an entertainment industry where actors often get typecast, all television actress Kuljeet Randhawa was offered were roles in tele-thrillers.
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