So much has been written about K.J. Yesudas that it becomes tough to glean the fluff from truth, myth from reality. Yet, like his songs, Yesudas and his life continue to fascinate.
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K. Rajendran gets his daily dose of news from the Circle Library on Bharatidasan Road at Teynampet. His grouse is that power cut often interrupts his browsing through newspapers.
A true trailblazer, Vyjayantimala Bali gave a new direction and meaning to dance in Indian cinema. Before she made her presence dance in films was simply cavorting to preset tunes.
The Boriana Dimitrova Quartet is in Chennai to woo the audience with its Bulgarian-folk influenced jazz.the Boriana Dimitrova Quartet (Hamburg) is a West European Jazz Band, with compositions highlighting irregular rhythms and modern jazz phrasing.
They couldn't stop laughing. The “Delhi Belly” star and popular stand-up comic Vir Das comes up with jokes considered too raunchy to print. And, he can make fun of pretty much anything, including the writers at the Lit for Life fest organised by The Hindu at the Hyatt Regency during the weekend.
The Tanjore Marathas sure did have a flair for aesthetics even when it came to decorating their lethal weapons. The ‘dagger with a central glass body' which is the exhibit of the week at the Government Museum Egmore is testimony enough.
Divide sound by seven and the answer is ‘Saptashabda', a multiple of creativity. There will be melody, meter, mood, movement and more importantly, melharmony when Chitravina ace Ravikiran strings his progressive musicality to the rich timbre of Unnikrishnan's vocals and Haridwaramangalam A.K. Palanivel's resonant thumps on the thavil.
It's been a while since we saw The Muppets. Last heard, they had all gone their own ways. Choreographer Michael Rooney, who spent a considerable amount of time with the characters, choreographing dance sequences for the upcoming film The Muppets tells us what they are up to.
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