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Suvarna to launch 'Hara Hara Mahadeva' from July 25

19-July-2016
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Suvarna to launch 'Hara Hara Mahadeva' from July 25

Suvarna, the Kannada Entertainment Channel will be re-branded as Star Suvarna from July 25, 2016. With the re-branding the channel is all set to launch ‘Hara Hara Mahadeva’.

The show is the story of Lord Shiva and will describe his mysteries and miracles. The show is made with International standard production values and International graphics. The show airs at 07:30 PM Monday to Friday from July 25 onwards on Star Suvarna.

Mumbai based Nikhil Sinha is producing the show through his Triangle Film Company. He has a vast experience of doing Big Ticket shows like Devon Ke Dev Mahadev and Siya Ke Ram. Deepak Garg is the show director and Nitin Gopi and Srinivas Prasad from Karnataka are the episode directors.

Vinay Gowda is playing the main lead character of Shiva, Sangeetha will be seen as Sathi, Keerthi Baanu will be Daksha Prajapathi, Veena Honnappa will be Prasoothi and Arun Murthy will be seen as Kashyapa.

“‘Hara Hara Mahadeva’ show is the best way to showcase the rich Indian mythology the making & production quality of this show is impeccable and I’m sure that the Kannada viewers will like this show,” said Karthik Paradkar, Fiction Head, Star Suvarna. 

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