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The reel world of Sabu Cyril
In a different mould
Salim Kumar comes up with an award-winning performance in `Achanurangatha Veedu.'
Caught in the crossfire
`Saira' is the story of a youngster who is caught in a maelstrom of violence.
Creative cinematic experience
Biju Varkey's `Chandranilekkoru Vazhi' has won the John Abraham Award.
The trump card
`Thuruppugulan' has Mammootty playing Kunjumon, a card player who runs a roadside eatery.
Melodious fusion of tempo and rhythm
The Malladi brothers captivated their listeners with some carefully chosen numbers.
One for the connoisseurs
Trichur V.R. Dileepkumar's concert was a fine example of pure music sans any gimmicks.
Untiring pursuit of Kathakali
At 90, Kunjiraman Nair, a doyen of Kathakali, shows no sign of slowing down.
Stealing hearts with an impressive performance
Rajasree Warrier won the audience's heart with her montage on love.
When dreams take a beating
The play by `Chilanka' depicts the evils of child labour and the ills of globalisation.
A new address for artistes
The Travancore Art Gallery, New Delhi, showcases works of Indian artistes.
Sai Kumar plays Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja, popularly known as the Lion of Kerala. Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja was the ruler of Kottayam in the late 17th century. Produced by Yanthra Media, the serial traces the rise and fall of the king who ...
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