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But the memories remain
THE RENAISSANCE Gallerie is exhibiting the works of Shyamal Mukherjee till May 28. Shyamal does his art objects on glass and the reverse side of the acrylic sheet. He believes that in his work of art, the use of colour and imposition of form ...
Driving through a traffic-congested, smog-ridden city, why do we still have "Chalo dildar chalo... " on our lips, wonders BAGESHREE S.
Unstoppable wailing, or an inquisitive, piercing voice, is not conducive to neighbourly relations while watching a film.
For those growing up in the '70s, going to the movies, and talking about it later, was an intense experience. PRADEEP SEBASTIAN recalls those giddy days even as he mourns the fate of his favourite theatre, Blu Diamond.
Tinsel town comes home
The middle-class, which has changed phenomenally over the last decade, is largely responsible in determining the cultural scenario. The demolition of so many cinemas in Bangalore, particularly Shanti theatre, prompts K.R. GANESH to figure out the ch ange.
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