Mahadev and Siya Ke Ram are Hindi shows dubbed for the Tamil audience, apart from a few Bengali dramas
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Mumbai | September 26, 2016
Star Vijay Television has announced seven new shows, all dubbed either from Hindi or Bangla, considering their popularity in other markets. Not just huge sets and shimmering clothes, plots are very essential to garner interest and keep the audience hooked.
Vijay Television is all set to entertain its audience from October 3 onwards with its dubbed fiction extravaganza.
Here is a line-up of popular serials dubbed from Bengali and Hindi, waiting for the viewers.
Mornings will start with devotional fictions such as Mahadev and Seethaiyin Raman.
Mahadev, at 8 am, is a drama series on the legends of Lord Shiva. It’s a saga about the bonding between Lord Shiva and Goddess Shakti, the granddaughter of Lord Brahma, and how their relationship affects and moulds the world.
Seethaiyin Raman was already airing on the channel at 6 pm, but it will now be shifted to 9 am. It is based on Ramayan from Seetha’s perspective. Mangamma Sapatham is a popular Bengali serial, which is adapted from the Hindu mythological story of Manasamangal Kavya and Behula. It will be telecast at 9.30 am.
Kiranmala is a serial based on a princess who is on a mission to regain her family’s respect by fighting against evil. It shows at 10 am.
Ennudaiya Thottathil is a family drama that focuses on the lives of the typical middle-class family. The story talks about the authoritarian mentality, its effects on others and the problems that it brings in a household. This will be aired at 10.30 am.
Amma is a popular serial that revolves around a girl child and her mother, which is set to get aired at 11 am.
Endrum Anbudan is a love story with a unique plot, which is based on a novel called Naba Bidhan. The drama with the same name Naba Bidhan begins at 11.30am.
In India there is a varied difference in tradition in different parts of the country. The audience is attracted to this varied culture and customs, right from the concept of sangeet to relishing North Indian savouries.
R Balachandran, Head of Star Vijay Television, said, “We are happy to launch fiction shows that are high on production values, targeting women at home who after their morning chores prefer stories to fillers, stories in the mytho space leading to social dramas. We are sure we will strike a chord with them.”