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The Fifties era belonged to this pretty actor whose combination with Akkineni Nageswara Rao produced many hit films like Swapna Sundari, Anarkali, Chenchu Lakshmi and Bala Nagamma
Meet Rajani Vakkalanka, whose relentless efforts towards environment conservation helped sparrow population multiply even in concrete urban jungles
Rebecca, the evergreen classic by Daphne du Maurier, creates a world of intrigue with unforgettable and hauntingly beautiful characters
At 16 she made her debut in the Indian cricket team and went on to lead the Women In Blue at 21. Meet Mithali Raj whose graceful persona both on-field and off-field is an inspiration to many youngsters
Thief! Police! staged by Sutradhar at Lamakaan provided the much-needed entertainment on a rainy evening
Title: Uncoupled - An extraordinary relationship;
Cast: Vinita Mahesh, Devesh Siwal, Chaittali Shrivastava;
Director: Ravikant Singh
Duration: 11 minutes
A tribute to Sridevi, the diva and a graceful actor, whom we lost a year ago
The much-loved on-screen couple Akkineni Nageswara Rao and Savitri had worked together in many an excellent film in the year 1955
Popular Telugu writer Kondepudi Nirmala shares her journey so far and her love for poetry, good prose and short stories
The endearing story of Mary Poppins makes it an all-time favourite movie of children and adults alike
As a lyricist, Gulzar’s mastery over the nuances of language cannot be disputed. And the same fluidity can be seen in his directorials like ‘Aandhi’ and ‘Parichay’
Natural acting, magnificent persona, and majestic screen presence made SV Ranga Rao give lead actors a run for their money
Gardhabandam, a play written by Tanikella Bharani and adapted for stage by Samahaara, brings out the issues plaguing the society in a comical way
Telangana Chitrakala Vaibhavam by Vuppala Narasimham highlights the contribution of artists from the State to the world of art
The Telugu short film Avani Akash sees Lasya and Anvesh complement each other well in titular roles.
A good session of reading by poets Hoshang Merchant and Rebecca Vedavathy unveiled the magic of words to a handful of listeners
Crisp editing, to-the-point dialogues and mature handling make this short film worth watching at least once.
Set in Salzburg during the Nazi Germany, the movie revolves around Maria who becomes the governess at a retired naval officer Captain Georg von Trapp’s house.
Renowned Telugu author Uppala Narasimham shares his journey of 40-plus years dedicated to making the Telangana tongue popular, and reflecting idioms and jargons in their purest form in his works