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Friday, September 09, 2005
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Jagapathi as loverboy
Jagapathi Babu blends family drama with action in his forthcoming `Pandu'.
The Kelucharan Mohapatra awards will be presented for dance, music, theatre and cinema next weekend.
Be robust, the Husain way!
Husain does not have any unfulfilled desire, except that he wants the creative urge in him to continue.
In love with teaching
Gajender Shewalkar's tribute to music is through teaching the tabla, an instrument he excels in playing.
An accomplished player, Srivani's concert was a feast for the ears.
The sound of music
Recitals and staging dotted the cultural kaleidoscope here last week.
Thursday night fever
Guruvar Mandal's meets revolve solely around music.
Recitals and felicitation of veteran percussionists marked the five-day music festival organised in memory of Uppalapati Ankaiah.
The two-day children's music festival Bala Braham featured prodigious talent.
Rags, riches and then...
The short plays staged proved to be thought provoking projection of humanness apart from a showcase of good acting talent.
Infusing life in forms
Biswal's portraits are not mere copies of expressions but revelation of the entire personality.
Keerthana celebrated its eleventh anniversary with a two-day musical extravaganza.
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