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Friday, March 04, 2005
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Still the regular guy
An actor par excellence, Vikram is still in touch with his inner roots
Unique film fest
Bring Your Own Film Festival, held at Puri, showcased a diverse range of films in an informal setting.
S.V. Krishna Reddy's new venture `Hungama' gives the much-needed break to Venumadhav, Abhinayasri and Jyothi.
Delightful music fest
The Music Circle-Festival featured a fine blend of local and outside talent.
Kalasagaram's music fest saw good performances by the maestros.
Hindustani classical performances were the highlight of the ITC Sangeet Sammelan.
Of style and sagacity
Mysore Nagamani Sainath regaled the audience with her own compositions.
Despite poor technical support, Nagamani's performance had flashes of brilliance.
Students to the fore
The students of Kalabharthi put up an impressive show.
Marvellous ballet on Gita
Shobha Naidu gave a Kuchipudi interpretation to the Bhagavad Gita
Of dreams and doings
Sutradhar's latest theatre offering was a take on modern life.
Weaving a spell
SURABHI'S MYTHOLOGICAL dramas still draw large crowds wherever they are staged and the State Government is amply justified in giving the Surabhi troupe well deserved encouragement. Popular mythological themes presented with amazing stage tricks ...
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