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Return of the super cop
No resting on his laurels
Director Kamal is writing his next script, in which Dileep will be the lead character.
Gift of music
Nerappil Jazzie Gift has expanded his horizons beyond Kerala.
A formula for box office hits
T.A. Shahid's scripts have infused new life into Malayalam films.
Inspired by the muse
Cochin Ibrahim recalls his heyday as a popular playback singer.
No laughing matter this
Diana Silvester is the woman behind the successful comedy show `Cinemala.'
Of strings, rhythm and the Chitra veena
Durgaprasad enthralled the audience with his graceful rendition of popular kritis on the Athi Chitra veena.
A musical treat for aficionados
Thiruvizha Jayashankar's concert marked the beginning of the 30th annual Neelakanta Sivan Sangeetha Aradhana.
When melody reigned supreme
Rasikas thronged the festival that was organised to pay homage to Neelakanta Sivan.
Rooting for classical dance
Sadanam Unnikrishnan, one of the founders of `Mudralaya,' talks about his early days as a dancer and the dance scene in the U.K.
Rare celestial drama
The staging of `Parvathi Swayamvaram,' written by Kuttykunhu Thankachi, was a historic feat for many reasons.
Portrait of a lensman
Rajesh Ramachandran has a passion for photographing wildlife and art forms
Worshipping the sun
The Athirathram will be held near Wadakkencherry.
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