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Morning Raga (2004)

Morning Raga is about the meeting of worlds. It is a story that brings the modern and traditional together, unites the past with present, Carnatic music with Western music, as never before ... See full summary »

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Swarnlatha
Prakash Kovelamudi ...
Abhinay (as Prakash Rao)
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Mrs. Kapoor
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Pinkie
Shaleen Sharma ...
Balaji
Vivek Mashru ...
Munna
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Abhinay's father (as Nasser)
T. Vijay ...
Mr. Shastri
Dharmavarapu Subramanyam ...
Appa Rau
Ranjani Ramakrishnan ...
Vaishnavi
Sanjay Swaroop ...
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Morning Raga is about the meeting of worlds. It is a story that brings the modern and traditional together, unites the past with present, Carnatic music with Western music, as never before in the history of humanity, fate and coincidence with individual choices. It is a story of our times where our worlds are interacting with each other. Written by Anwar

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Referenced in Bhoothnath Returns (2014) See more »

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Thaye Yashoda
Music composer: Mani Sharma
Singer: Sudha Raghunathan, Ranjani Ramakrishnan
Raga: Todi
Talam: Adi
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Sensational Shabana!
26 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

I am at a loss of words when I see Shabana act. One wonders how she is able to enact each minute expression, gesture, and thought of her character. She fully immerses into the role she is playing leaving no stone unturned. Her acting in this movie really makes it very easy for the audience to completely empathize with her tormenting guilt, agonizing frustrations, and haunting fears. To add icing on the cake of art cinema are Perizaad and Lillette. Both did a good job. However, Perizaad did a much better job in Jogger's Park. This film does a good job of emphasizing its theme: Follow your heart. The bridge separating the city from the village acts as an interesting symbol in many ways. For example, it symoblizes the long road of trials and tribulations one must travel and conquer to fulfill his/her desire. The final fusion song is excellent.


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