Drama

Konkani children’s drama – Kundya Kurkula

Vishwa Konkani Kendra (www.vishwakonkani.org), among many of its initiatives promoting our mother tongue – Konkani, held a special Children’s theatre tour. Kundya Kurkula – a common folk tale was enacted by Konkani children, and was widely received with full houses across locations including Udupi, Bhatkal, Bangalore, Honnavar, Kumta and Karwar. Being a close associate with the Kendra for its online initiatives, Radio Idli takes great pleasure in featuring videos of the drama uploaded by the Vishwa Konkani Kendra. We would also like to thank Shri Madhur Bhandarkar for his request to feature the amazing performance.

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Rang De Basanti .. The complete Saga

As per requests from our viewers, i am glad to post the links of all the episodes of Konkani Drama “Rang De basanti” or “Ranga Dee Vasanthi” from start to end!. Happy viewing Curtain Raiser First episode Second Episode Third Episode Fourth episode Fifth Episode Sixth Episode Seventh Episode Final episode Do leave your messages […]

Rang De Basanti .. the series so far

*************** At the outset**************************** Ahhh! Feels nice to give my first post on Radio Idli after my Marriage leave 🙂 I thank you all for your kind and lovely wishes which Varsha and i will cherish lifelong!! **********************now back to business :-)**************** The Rang De Basanti Drama in our very own Konkani progresses to its […]

Rang De Basanti

The drama continues into its next episode, where in it is slowly but surely shaping into an inspirational story. So miss it not. Click on Episode3. Sunnyboy. Radio Idli – Saraswat Talents served St(r)eaming Hot http://www.radioidli.net/ email: feedback@radioidli.net

Rang De Basanti..

Dear all, It’s my pleasure to introduce a new Saraswat Konkani drama named “Rang De Basanti“. This group of artists, who call themselves “The Young Guns” hail from Bhatkal town of North Canara district of Karnataka. Bhatkal has been one of the worst communal riot affected areas, this group of enterprising amchis spread the message […]