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Gandhari on Jaihind TV, Weekdays, 19.30.

Gandhari

(Jaihind TV, weekdays, 19.30)

Reetha, a patient at the mental hospital is found murdered. Janaki, her cellmate is the prime suspect.

However, Dr. Arjun, a doctor at the hospital feels Janaki. did not commit the crime. Dr. Arjun manages to win her confidence and Janaki unfolds her tale of woe to the doctor.

Married to Poomatathil Devadathan, Janaki’s marital life was never peaceful. Her brother-in-law, Brahman, who suffers from a personality disorder, believes she is Harini, a girl whom he had murdered years ago. He makes several attempts on her life. He ends up killing his brother.

Janaki witnesses the murder. Separated from her children and wrongly accused of the murder of her husband, Janaki ends up in the asylum.

Who really killed Reetha, and how Janaki puts her life back together forms the rest of the story.

This serial, produced by Seven Arts International Ltd, stars Devan, Venu Nagavalli, Vijay Menon, Chitra Sheenoy and Sheeba to name a few.

Kathanaar Kadamattathu Kathanaar

(Jaihind TV, weekdays, 21.00)



Kathanaar Kadamattathu Kathanaar on Jaihind TV, weekdays, 21.00

Directed by Aji John under the banner of Colour Dreams, the story revolves around the legend of Kadamattathu Kathanar.

A priest, Kathanaar was well-known for his magical and healing powers. An advocate against evil, he lent a helping hand to the poor and the needy.

The serial features the various feats by Kathanar based on Kottarathil Shankunni’s ‘Aithihyamala.’

Watch as Kathanaar nails the demon Kalliyankattu Neeli on to a tree, fights Puthupallil Thotakkathu Kunjaman Potti and magically multiplies a grain of rice. As the story has been set in a period, special attention has been given to locations, costumes, make-up, properties and the like. The producer of the serial is Prakash Paul.

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