Resurgence regales viewers
“In an outburst provoked by a political cartoon,
in the issue of the US publication Harpers Weekly on August 19,
1871, political Boss William Marcy Tweed spluttered. “Stop them damn
pictures. I don’t care so much what the papers write about me. My
constituents cannot read.
A comedy at its best
The maestro of comedies Wilson Gunaratne has
updated his latest creation Charitha Atak political satire to give
viewers a stress free evening. The comedy had indeed the power to
keep the audience in fits of laughter from the beginning to the end.
Raja Ravi Varma:
The soul of modern India
Art connoisseurs believe that Raja Ravi Varma is
the most celebrated painter of modern India. He was born in 1848 and
died in 1906. He dazzled the art world long enough to trap in his
modern outlook while retaing the very essence of traditional
identity of India's people that goes into his art that is the vogue
among all art lovers of present.