As part of Lamakaan’s 9th Anniversary celebrations,
Inviting all to an evening of “NTR and Cinema” with Mrs. Nandamuri Lakshmi Parvathi
Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao once said, “I can not say I did not see the Gods, having lived in the era of NTR. If his portrayal of Rama, Krishna is not a manifestation of the greater powers, what is?
ANR, a proclaimed atheist and a contemporary to NTR once said, hither to, I decline to play the roles of mythological heroes. Only one person, NTR, should do that. And If there are Gods really, they too must now start and try to look like him and appear as often!”
There are many many parts to NTR – a learned and deeply spiritual person, a very fine and powerful ideologue, an orator and above all, a man for the fellow human. Not only in life, even in cinema too NTR donned many roles. Both in front and behind the camera. Where he played the role of a writer, director, costumer, designer, manager and a daily worker. No work was below him.
Writer Mrs. Nandamuri Lakshmi Parvathi Garu interacts with us about the thespian and his works. Mrs. Lakshmi Parvathi is a well published writer of many literary works, fiction and biographies. Her latest book ‘Vaidehi’ is a fine example of anthologising a mythology to contemporaneity.
This event is part of Lamakaan’s 9th Anniversary Celebrations from 8th March to 13th March of 2019. Lamakaan is Hyderabad’s Independent, Open Cultural Center devoted to promotion of inclusiveness, liberal ideas through Literature, Music, Performances, Discussions, Theatre, Workshops, Exhibitions.