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A new still from the upcoming Kangana Ranaut-starrer Thalaivi defines the film's subject, the late J Jayalalithaa, as a dance icon.
Astad Deboo, who is being honoured for his pioneering work, continues to experiment and evolve his style, while still performing full-length recitals
Bharatanatyam dancer Rukmini Vijayakumar is a hard taskmaster when it comes to training herself or her students
Bharatanatyam dancer Savitha Sastry’s new film combines dance and storytelling to discuss gender roles
The short film titled Colors: Green has just won the Best Film on Women award at the Calcutta International Cult Film Festival
Bharatanatyam dancer and choreographer Priya Venkataraman is asking her adult students to take up bharatanatyam as a second innings in life.
Expect a medley of classical music and dance at The Amithias Project’s latest performance
Ragasudha Vinjamuri gets British Citizen Award for her contribution to performing arts
Classical dance, science and video games come together in Antariksha Sanchar, a fantasy Bharatanatyam opera
The production makes its Bengaluru premiere
All this cultural extravaganza was heralded by many a dignitary gathered to appreciate this mammoth effort on part of the Ministry of External Affairs and Indian Council of Cultural Relations
Navarasa Nayagi portrays the nine rasas of human emotion in a production featuring transwomen
Classical dancers and dance groups have been going online to redefine the way they view, perform and spread their art…
Bharatnatyam dancer Rukmini Chatterjee, who has performed globally and has lived in Paris for 25 years, feels that acquaintance with diverse cultures "gives us a big edge over others".
Hyderabad's dancer Pramod Kumar Reddy is set to stage his production themed around friendship and mythology
The 95-minute ballet takes three mythological characters known for their values in friendship.
Hyderabad's Neha Khaitan talks about bringing together bharatnatyam, carnatic music and folk tales in her next performance
The 90-minute performance will be a mix of dance and music — used as a storytelling method to narrate message-oriented tales.
Indian dancer Ragasudha Vinjamuri is taking Bharatanatyam abroad with her performances in the British Parliament
Armed with Ayurveda, music theory and ahimsa, the Hyderabad-born artiste talks to Indulge about her dance, guru Uma Rama Rao and more.
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