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Talkies on Jaihind TV, Sundays, 09.30

(Jaihind TV, Sundays, 9.30 a.m.)

The film-based programme takes a comprehensive look at tinsel town. It includes reports on the latest films, various procedures of filmmaking, opinions and interviews of actors, directors and technicians. Yesteryear actors and filmmakers will also be featured in the programme.

Produced and anchored by Sujith Vigneshwar, each episode also has tete-a-tetes with popular stars like Jayaram, Sreenivasan and Kalabhavan Mani. Repeats of the show will be aired at 16.30 on Tuesdays and at 12 noon on Thursdays.

Meera



Meera on Asianet, weekdays, 20.00

(Asianet, weekdays, 20.00)

The tale of two families that lived as one but are torn asunder by deceit and turmoil.

Matrimonial, financial and social ties bind the two families of Ambattu and Pullattu. Nirmala, played by Sreekala, and Saraswati Teacher, essayed by Kaviyoor Ponnamma, are the main characters of the serial that centres on the storm that befalls the two families. The web of suspicion and heartache change the live of each member of the two families. It is a murder that sets off a chain of sequences that test and reveal the strengths and weaknesses of the ties between the families. Veteran actor Devan plays the patriarch of one of the families.

Boban Alamoodan, Thara Kalyan, Balachandran Chullikkad, Sajan Surya and Kottayam Santha are some of the actors in the cast. The serial by Joycee has been directed by Rajesh Kannankara. Screenplay and dialogues are by Balachandran Chullikkad.

Hello Kuttichathan

(Asianet )

The channel revives its popular programme to entertain children and adults during the long summer holidays. A dash of suspense, humour and adventure promise to keep viewers riveted to the telly.

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