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The Saarc camp brought in artistic flavours from different lands.
Of life and love
Krishna Vamsi deals with the `wheels of life' in his latest venture.
The lucky set
"Jagapathi" is a mass oriented film set in urban surroundings dealing with complex problems.
Manda Sudharani's vocal concert was a fitting tribute to Dikshitar.
Thrilling musical treat
Both programmes vouched for the popularity of the cultural programme series, Nela Nela Vennela
Superb performances at SICA fest
The vocalists at the Sica fest regaled the audience with their distinct styles of singing.
Though Kathak is her first love, dancer Urmila Kanetkar is going all out to learn Odissi.
Of mystic search and cosmic tales
The performances by Anita Ratnam and Rajeswari Sainath at the Sica festival were veritable treats.
Mythological grips audience
Sri Saikalaaniketan staged a major portion of the play `Gayopakhyanam'.
Theatre as a platform
Oriya theatre group Natya Chetana participated in a three-week FITA workshop organised in Belgium recently.
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