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The long road ahead
Offering trendy wear at pocket-friendly prices, Ole is a popular store with the youth in the twin cities.
Two artists Anugita Rao and Sangeeta Reddy exhibited in the city for the first time.
"The Lord of the Rings" trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien has few parallels in the world of fiction. And the first and second parts of the film version are already being hailed as landmarks in cinematic history. But neither the author's breathtaking imagina tion nor the director's vision holds a candle to the actual splendour that is New Zealand, says SUMITRA SENAPATY, about the country that provided the locales for both films... .
Centurion makes a mark
A WELL-MADE film, no doubt, K. Raghavendra Rao took every step to make it so to entertain the audience with his 100th venture. Besides, Allu Arjun (son of producer Aravind) is introduced to play the lead. He fits quite well into the role of ...
THERE IS a moment in The Two Towers when Legolas, the sharp shooting clear-eyed elf, gracefully leaps astride a galloping horse that draws an instinctive gasp of pleasure. It is the pleasure of surrendering totally and completely to the ...
Once is bad enough
JODI NUMBER One is back. So are the jokes. In this latest assembly line presentation from David Dhawan, old faithful Sanjay Dutt and Govinda keep company, crack jokes, have frequent digs, make you laugh occasionally, smile often. Clad in ...
Routine action flick
Yet, he still needs to perfect his diction. Writer Posani Krishnamurali provides enough scope for action sequences, and the six-ft hero makes best use of them. The first half of the drama is set against the backdrop of Raghavendra Swamy ...
Get ready to boogey with the granddaddys of Rock & Roll, the Rolling Stones with the Indian leg of their Licks world tour.
Chords & Notes
THAT TO keep the music trendy and upbeat one needn't lose track of melody and purity of music is always evident in Mani Sarma's music. Raghavendra is no different. Very peppy lyrics set to good music. The first song Nammina Na ...
Let guests dig into these tasty bites along with their drinks.
It is time to say `Goodbye CD, Hello DVD!' as the new recording medium with fourfold capacity, becomes increasingly popular.
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