World Television premiere of thrilling movie 100 on Colors Tamil


~ The Channel to showcase non-stop entertainment from September 19th by extending its fiction shows to all seven days of the week ~

Mumbai, September 16, 2021: Colors Tamil, Tamil Nadu’s fastest-growing GEC, is about to make your lazy Sundays much more exciting by extending its popular fiction shows to all seven days of the week. Beginning September 19, viewers will be able to watch their favorite shows, such as Bommi B.A.B.L, Idhayathai Thirudathey, Abhi Tailor, and Sillunu Oru Kaadhal, from Monday to Sunday at new time slots for nonstop entertainment.

This Sunday, the channel will screen the World Television Premiere of Adharva’s 2019 blockbuster film 100 as part of its Sunday Cine Jumbo. The film, directed by Sam Anton, features a celebrated star cast, including actress Hansika Motwani and actor Radha Ravi in the lead roles. The plot revolves around an ambitious cop named Sathya (played by Atharva) who works in a police control room and responds to emergency calls. When Sathya receives a phone call from an abducted girl who was previously thought to be dead, the plot takes an unexpected turn. The story’s climax is how Sathya apprehends the perpetrator and saves the girl, making it a thrilling watch. Don’t forget to watch the film on Colors Tamil on September 19th, Sunday, at 12 noon or 3 PM.

The party doesn’t stop there! Vijay Antony, the celebrated actor-music director, will appear as a special guest on the channel’s popular spoof comedy show Kanni Theevu Ullasa Ulagam 2.0.  His amusing conversation with King Jalsa and his followers is sure to make you laugh. Amudhavanan, a comedian, also appears in the show to add to the hilarity. Don’t miss the performance on September 19th at 7:30 PM.

Start preparing for an electrifying weekend as Colors Tamil will provide nonstop entertainment from 12 noon onwards. Colors Tamil is available on all leading cable networks and DTH platforms – Sun Direct (CH NO 128), Tata Sky (CHN NO 1515), Airtel (CHN NO 763), Dish TV (CHN NO 1808) and Videocon D2H (CHN NO 553). Viewers can also tune in to VOOT any time to see them at their convenience.