Saturday, April 9, 2011

Star Nite, Dubai

Vijay Star Night @ Dubai

Known for its undisputed quality and great entertainment, Vijay TV always leaves its mark in the entertainment industry. Be it an audio launch at Singapore or a musical night at Chennai, Vijay has always been a pioneer in giving fantastic events that leave audiences spellbound.

Vijay TV celebrates the occasion of its launch in the Middle East with a grand star studded event… STAR VIJAY NITE in Dubai!

This extravagant event would feature the superhit playback singer Shankar Mahadevan along with popular singers Srinivas, Chinmayi, Haricharn, Suchi & Velmurugan. The event would feature scintillating performances by the leading damsels of Kollywood Sneha, Sandhya, Sana Khan and Poorna. Vijay TV stars Gopinath of Neeya Naana fame and Sivakarthikeyan along with the talented jodis also join in the celebration.

And the showstopper of this entertaining affair would be none other than the biggest star of Kollywood, the one & only versatile Chiyaan VIKRAM Live on stage.

Date - April 8, 2011 from 7pm onwards (Gates open at 5pm)
Venue - Festival City, Dubai.

Tickets (AED 500, AED 200, AED 100 & AED 50) for this star-studded musical night will be available at the following outlets from March 30, 2011

Sangeetha Restaurant,
Simran's Appakadai,
Saravanna Bhavan,
Ponnusamy Restaurant
Madras Restaurant &
UAE Tamil Sangam.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Sivakumar for New Year @ Vijay TV

The podium is familiar. So is the assemblage that comprises students, 6000 to be exact, and elders (around 1000). And all are in awe of the speaker on the dais! In a very short span Sivakumar has carved a niche for himself as an orator whose harangues are pregnant with skilled observations, analyses, research and conclusions. Referring to him as an actor could be obsolete because he has metamorphosed into a public speaker of merit. Yet his histrionic potential enables him to have the edge over others. By now viewers of his talk shows on television and on stage are familiar with his remarkable memory and fluency. The subjects of Sivakumar’s speeches could be anything from the mundane to the exalted. But his approach is sincere, and style, inimitable.

The latest in this league was his address at Vellalar College of Women, Thindal, near Erode, titled ‘En Chellangalukku,’ which touched on poet Bharatiar’s works and their relevance in today’s scenario, significant health issues, and the family system as we find it now. The continuous two-hour refrain (He doesn’t pause even for a sip of water!) is to be telecast on April 14, 5 p.m., on Vijay TV.

“My job ends with the lecture. The credit of taking it to the channels and thereby to a much larger audience should go to friend Nagarajan of ‘Ramraj Cotton,’” he says. And the topics? “My Q and A column in the vernacular weekly Rani, for 76 weeks now, has helped me return to my past, glean useful info from my experiences and pass it on to readers. The response has been incredible. Also in my speeches at a couple of colleges recently, I mentioned health issues in passing and they were very well received. The result is this speech. My aim is to share worthy ideas with the young and old. Each message drives home a valid point,” he explains. Sivakumar is now working on the ‘Mahabharatham.’ “A mammoth task, by next year I should be ready,” he smiles.

The new-age work culture, thanks to the BPO set-up, and the fallout which is leading to major lifestyle changes, are tabled by a man who keeps a keen eye on the happenings around him, gets to the crux of problems and offers solutions too. This is just one of the many topics he dwells on.

In one of his earlier recordings, Sivakumar had spoken about the inhuman act of children packing parents off to age-old homes. “Studying the current situation I prefer to modify my stand,” he begins. Catch him on the channel this Wednesday to know his exact viewpoint.

“I’m not sermonising. Advice doesn’t go down well with people, I know. I’m just talking about the way I’ve lived life with values intact. Take it or leave it, but just give me a hearing before you decide either way,” he exhorts. And naturally the crowd is all ears!

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Pirivom Santhippom

Pirivom Santhippom

Monday, April 4, 2011

Vijay TV launches ‘Pirivom Sandippom’ New Mega Serial.

Serials on Vijay TV have always been unique and not formulaic. Story lines have been distinctly keeping up with this trend. A new mega serial titled ‘Pirivom Sanippom’ would be launched from April 04, 2011 Vijay TV, airing Monday - Friday at 7.30 pm.

Story line:

Pirivom Sandippom is a story of two sisters, Revathy and Jyothi. Revathy is brought up by her uncle Shanmugaraja. Revathy is much prettier in the family and her cousin sister Jyothi is her best friend as well. Life is pleasant for Revathy until the society and the family discriminates her from Jyothi for her beauty. She is treated rude and harsh just because she is beautiful than Jyothi.

But both the sisters love each other and are good natured but the society’s doest not allow them to be what they are. In due course Revathy is treated like a step-daughter in the house and feels punished for her good looks. Jyothis unconditional love makes her going but to what extent? This unique story embarks the journey of two sisters and makes one question to be answered; Are beautiful people happier than the ordinary looking ones?

The star cast of the serial includes L. Raja, Kalyani, Mahalakshmi, Rajalakhmi and many others. The serial is directed by Razul. Tune in to ‘Pirivom Sandippom’ a new mega serial.
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