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Self taught-artist Vijay Bhai Kochar expresses his innermost feelings through the virtual medium. His computer images will be exhibited at Daira Centre for Art and Culture between September 5 and 9.
Meet Upendra Chivukula, a true Telugu at heart and currently a legislator in the New Jersey State Legislature.
Cast: Kamal Hassan, Simran, Ramya Krishna, Sanghavi, Devayani, Jayaram, Ramesh Arvind, Sriman, Satyanarayana, Nagesh, Manivannan, Urvasi Mus: Deva Dir: K.S. Ravikumar IT IS a hilarious comedy, enjoyable throughout its run. This time ...
Love in the air
THIS IS another love story, but for a change deals with responsible love and happy ending. The parents of the young man Kiran (Uday Kiran), all the while encourage him to get the girl Sandhya (Richa) he loves. Kiran proposes to her during Holi ...
Dhawan magic on the wane?
LOOKS LIKE with this tale of look-alikes David Dhawan will successfully complete his hat-trick of box office failure this year - his Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin and Yeh Hai Jalwa have already registered a blob. Actually, Chor ...
Shyamalan does it again
THE HISTORY of future is unfolding on the silver screen. And Manoj Shyamalan is busy scripting it. Quietly, unobtrusively. His films move at a speed, which is brisk without being fast. And contain action without being in the action-packed ...
WHILE LISTENING to the album, one wonders why R.P. Patnaik, who was so much against non-Telugu singers singing for his compositions and went all out to encourage the local talent, suddenly changed his mind. In the album Holi, one finds ...
Check out these appetising soups for a change.
`The Smart Manager', a new business glossy to hit the stands, packs management fundamentals for wannabe and working managers. Renowned business historian and author Dr.Gita Piramal was in town recently for the launch of the quarterly.
School for events
The Hyderabad chapter of National School of Event Management offers courses that help youngsters gain a professional insight into the works.
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