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SUN TV Network to launch Nandini across its GEC channels

20-January-2017
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SUN TV Network to launch Nandini across its GEC channels

SUN TV Network is set to launch its magnum opus fiction Nandini on all its four south-Indian GEC channels namely Sun TV, Gemini TV, Udaya TV, and Surya TV on 23rd January.

Nandini is a supernatural fiction series produced and presented by acclaimed Tamil film director Sundar. C. The series boasts high-end graphics and large-scale production values providing viewers wholesome entertainment. The story narrates the life of a family whose life is intertwined by supernatural species. The cast includes Vijayakumar, Nithya Ram, Malavika, Ramesh Pandit, Gayathri Jayaram, and Narasinha Raju, to name a few.
 


 

A 360-degree marketing campaign with a music video has been implemented to announce the launch of this show across different markets.

Nandini is scheduled to air from 23rd January, 2017

Monday – Friday at 8.30 pm on Udaya TV (Kannada)

Monday – Saturday at 9 pm on Sun TV (Tamil)

Monday – Saturday at 9 pm on Gemini TV (Telugu)

Monday – Friday at 9 pm on Surya TV (Malayalam)

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