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Sun TV plans to extend its interactive show to Gemini

08-October-2001
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Sun TV plans to extend its interactive show to Gemini

Sun TV plans to extend its interactive show Mudivu Ungal Kaiyyil to its Telugu channel Gemini. The show will be launched on Gemini within 2-3 weeks. The one hour programme will be aired on Sundays at 8.30 p.m. Sun TV also plans to take the show to its Malayalam channel, Surya.

After the first four weeks of launch, Sun has moved the show from 10 p.m. to the 9.30 p.m. slot.

The Tamil version of the programme is being produced by InHouse Productions and Sai Krishna of Enmasse Production. The rights have been taken from Globo TV of Brazil. The marketing is done by New Age Entertainment.

According to the industry sources the show, Mudivu Ungal Kaiyyil , is getting ratings of around 14 per cent on Sun TV and is being sponsored by VIP, Parle, Close Up and Onida. No name has been decided for the Telugu version.

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