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Nombarapoovu on Asianet,weekdays, 7.30 p.m.
Nombarapoovu on Asianet,weekdays, 7.30 p.m.

(Sun TV, weekdays, 11 a.m.)

Beginning October 8, this new serial from Nimbus Television, is about the trials and tribulations of a daughter, who is an integral part of a family.

How she strikes a balance between her roles as a daughter and wife? What are the sacrifices she makes? Does her attitude to be accommodative and share responsibilities earn her an important place in the family? The serial unfolds the answers.

Directed by Francis Babu, the cast includes Meenakumari, Varalakshmi, Sulakshana, Rishi, Rami Reddy, Bakthavatsalam and Master Abilash.

Watch and win (Vijay TV, Monday to Thursday, 8 p.m.)

The popular serial ‘Kana Kaanum Kaalangal’ reaches its 200th episode. To commemorate its success, the channel has introduced a watch and win contest for its viewers.

To be part of this contest, viewers need to answer questions related to the serial. Two hundred winners will be get Lady Bird cycles.

Jodi No.1 (Vijay TV, Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.)

This week’s theme is ‘Other Language Round,’ in which contestants are required to dance to songs in any Indian language other than Tamil. They will dance to Hindi and Telugu hits. Dance master Sundaram, actors Simbu and Sangeetha will judge the performances based on variety, style and originality. Ragasiya and Abbas will be the special guests in this week’s round.

Nombarapoovu (Asianet, weekdays, 7.30 p.m.)

Balamani and Sethu continue their struggle against the twists and turns of fate that constantly challenge them. New characters and new situations add suspense and drama to this tale of an embattled couple who try to beat the odds through willpower.

Idea Star Singer (Asianet, Saturday, 5 p.m.)

Tune in to watch the show that has seen some of the best musical talents in Kerala battle it out for the top slot. Stars, musicians and celebrities from different walks of life have participated in the show. The 100th day event will be a melange of glamour, music and showmanship. The judges are M.G. Sreekumar, Shareth and Usha Uthup.

Super Star Global (Amrita TV, weekdays, 8 p.m.)

The mega reality talent hunt has completed 50 episodes. The bar has been raised as the competition moves to the next stage.

Performance rounds, which began from October 1, have seen the participants come up with scintillating dance and music performances. With innovative rounds and active audience participation, the show has managed to involve the audience in judging and evaluating the participants’ performance.



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