Ranjani and Gayatri: Coming home to Madras
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Madras was always their home, say Carnatic violinists and vocalists Ranjani and Gayatri. In a disarming interview, they talk about music, Mumbai, their Palakkad accent and why they can't imagine living anywhere else but in Madras. R. Ragu of The Hindu keeps the camera running. Read the story here - http://thne.ws/OwvOGy
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