With the historic opulence of the Qutb Shahi Tombs serving as a backdrop, an illustrious show titled ‘Weaver of Dreams – the passion of Muzaffar Ali of Kotwara’ held as part of the annual Krishnakriti Festival, organised by Kalakriti Art Gallery and Lahoti Foundation will greet Hyderabadis this weekend. Presented by veteran journalist and writer Satya Saran, the show promises to be a window to fashion designer, filmmaker Muzaffar Ali’s life, his childhood, the ideals that shaped him.
Waking up to cover versions, dance videos and congratulatory messages on social media, singer Niranjana Ramanan is having her first taste of fame after crooning Oothukadu Venkata Subbaiyer’s composition Swagatham Krishna for Trivikram Srinivas-Pawan Kalyan’s Agnyathavasi. The neo-Carnatic twist to the song reminds one of M S Subbulakshmi’s rendition of Annamayya’s Deva Devam Bhaje, utilised in another Trivikram-Pawan Kalayan starrer, Attarintiki Daaredi.
From queuing up to watch films during the Sankranti season to having one of his films release for the festival, life has come full circle for Raj Tarun who’s steadily grown as a commercially bankable actor over the years. His next release is Rangula Raatnam, directed by a debutante, Sree Ranjani, a former associate of director Selvaraghavan and bankrolled by Annapurna Productions. “What reminds me first when I talk about films and festivals is holidays.
#JaiSimha taps the actor's lighter vein and emotional control in equal amounts and has heroines going beyond glam-doll slots. Not without predictability and flaws though, #JaiSimha is timed right for the festive season.
Enjoyed watching #JaiSimha. Nothing beats the joy of watching a familiar yet an effective commercial potboiler from #Balakrishna for a festive season. K S Ravikumar presents him in avatars that would please not only his fans but those who enjoy stories with strong emotional hook.
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