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Murali Raman replaces V Murugan as Radaan CEO

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Murali Raman replaces V Murugan as Radaan CEO

Murali Raman has joined Radaan Mediaworks as CEO. He replaces V Murugan who quit recently. Officials at Chennai-based Radaan Mediaworks have confirmed that Raman has taken charge.

V Murugan confirmed his exit to exchange4media. He said, “Yes I have quit but I cannot talk about my future plans at this point of time. I am considering a number of options and will decide soon.”

He had joined the company in January 2012. His responsibility included overall operations and execution of all projects for the production house.

Radaan Mediaworks creates content across genres such as family drama, sitcom, thriller and game show. It also makes telefilms and feature films in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Sinhalese, Gujarati and Hindi.


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