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Gold that went through fire
Swarn Noora's songs of love and longing, bringing the message of Sufi saints of yore, carry in them also the imprint of a feisty woman's struggle to realise her reason for being, finds
On top of the world...
Siddharth, an MBA, refused lucrative jobs to follow his passion in filmmaking. He turned actor instead with "Boys." He talks to SREEDHAR PILLAI about his latest hit, "Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana," and the Hindi film with Aamir Khan.
Writing verse, capturing beauty
SURESH KOHLI speaks to Jnanpith Award winning Malayalam writer and filmmaker M.T. Vasudevan Nair, who has shifted back to his first love, writing.
A saga for peace
IT'S A-15-minute film. It has no established actors and actresses, no mind boggling locations, no item numbers and not even Hindi language. Yet it is getting released this Friday at 14 cinema halls across the country. Out of which in Delhi it ...
A mesmerising evening
Pandit Chhannulal Mishra performed to an enthralled Varanasi audience recently, says GAUTAM CHATTERJEE.
Bright new beginnings
It was an evening of fresh fragrances. Kerala's Cheppadu A. E. Vamanan Namboothiri gave his maiden solo concert in New Delhi, while C.S. Anuroop's young violin students bowed to delightful effect, says
Drama and mythology
In "Yama Gatha", mounted recently in the Capital, the playwright makes excellent use of mythology to hit out against the current socio-political situation in the country, says ROMESH CHANDER.
Selling art, for a cause
THIS SEASON, Delhi will see two art exhibitions for two social causes. One for the tsunami affected to be held at the Ashok hotel here and another at Art Junction, Intercontinental The Grand. At Ashok hotel, event expertPrince Singhal has ...
Delhi's date with Italy
A dash of Italian art. A peek into the work of a recluse sculptor. A look at Kavita Jaiswal's works. Delhiites experienced all this and much more this past week. GAYATRI SINHA writes.
Where masters meet
BLENDING DIFFERENT cultural traditions, the annual Lakshmi Narayan Global Festival appealed to one and all in the Capital this past week. Launched in 1992 by L. Subramaniam and the late Viji Subramaniam as a tribute to V. Lakshminarayana, who is ...
Inside Kashmir...the show goes on
"Naad" mounted at the recent Drama Festival, first in over 15 years in the strife-torn Baramulla, was an appeal for peace and tranquility in Kashmir, says SHUJAAT BUKHARI, terming the festival a grand success.
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