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Divya Unni to be next Stree


THE NEXT round of Stree will have Divya Unni playing the lead, it has been announced. The first, second and third parts have been on the TV screens for a good four years and the rush of serials have proved that they are as essential as cereals for the Malayali psyche. All the three parts had different characters and different actors. But they are shown under the title of Stree. The thousandth episode, of the third one, was recently telecast. The next serial will be directed by P.C. Venugopal. Mani Shoranur will write the script and B. Kumar will crank the camera.

Back to the current season. Diwali means lots of sweets and firecrackers, apart from going to the temple in the morning. Something else was added to the list some years ago: Watching special Diwali programmes. The channels provide some very special fare, all right.

ASIANET

Akathalam (Global)

(Saturday, 8.30 am, Sunday 12.30)

How direct marketing has affected womenfolk is discussed in Akathalam. Whether women have more employment prospects is a moot question to be dealt with. Ranjini Menon hosts the show.

Urvashi Sarada

(November 4, 8.30 am)

An interview with Sarada in which she talks of her experiences in the Malayalam film industry, acting with the likes of Satyan, Nazir and Madhu. She also dwells on her political experiences. Sarada is equally well known in all the South Indian language films.

Vaalkannadi

(November 4, 4.30 pm)

Mini screen actresses take part in this special show.

Movies


Harikrishnans and Kochu kochu Santhoshangal have been slated for Diwali.

SURYA

Deepolsavam

(November 4, 6.30 am))

A documentary on Diwali, directed by S Sreenivas.

Movies

The Priyadarshan directed Mekham will be shown at 9 am, starring Mammooty, Pragati..

Meera Jasmin

(November 4, 12.00)

Iunterview with `Run' fame Meera Jasmine, who has become a rage in Tamil Nadu. She started off Soothradharan and will be seen in Gramaphone..

KAIRALI TV

Diwali specials

(November 4)

Beginning with N Ramani's flute recital at 6 am, the other programmes include a programme on Devi Mookambika temple, music programmes including one by S P Balasubramaniam, T M Soundararajan, Sreevidya etc.

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