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Vijay TV to roll out three new shows from May 14

10-May-2007
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Vijay TV to roll out three new shows from May 14

Vijay TV is gearing to strengthen its primetime offering with the launch of a slew of new programmes, after setting the ball rolling with ‘Lollu Sabha’, ‘Junior Super Singer’ and the recently launched ‘You Pick Your Mega’. On the anvil is a dance show ‘Dhool’, a comedy show ‘King Queen Jack’, and a game show called ‘Jillunu Oru Challenge’.

‘Dhool’ is a high-spirited dance competition by the Indian diaspora in Singapore. With over 30 enthusiastic groups participating, the show would be a platform for the Indians living in Singapore to showcase different dance forms. The show will go on air from May 14 and will be telecast every Monday at 10 pm.

‘King Queen Jack’, which would be aired every Tuesday at 10 pm from May 15, is a Tamil stand-up comedy show featuring popular comedians like Y Gee Mahendran, Uruvasi, Badava Gopi and Bosskey.

‘Jillunu Oru Challenge’ where three couples would be given an apartment and Rs 1 lakh each to furnish the apartment. The couples will be judged based on creativity, design, budget, planning and time management. At the end of the four-episode series, the winning couple would win the furnishings done by them. To be hosted by popular anchor Mamathy Chari, the show would feature celebrity walk-ins too and would go on air on May 23.

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