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ADHITHIYODOTHU ALPANERAM: Victers Channel, Sunday, 12.05 p.m.

Anubhavangal Paalichakal

(Victers Channel, Saturday, 8.30 p.m.)

This 1971 Malayalam film directed by K.S. Sethumadhavan narrates the tale of Chellappan (Satyan), a Communist Party worker and labourer, adept at organising pickets and strikes.

Chellappan, however, neglects his family, physically and mentally abusing his wife, Bhavani, and their two children. He is suspicious of Bhavani and often accuses her of infidelity. He thinks that Bhavani is having an affair with his friend Gopalan (Prem Nazir).

Life is depicted as filled with hunger and hardship. Adding to this, Chellappan is fired from his job. Sheela and Mammootty are also part of the cast.

Repeat of the film is on Sunday at 9.30 a.m.

Adhithiyodothu Alpaneram

(Victers channel, Sunday, 12.05 p.m.)

This week meet veteran playwright, theatre director, poet and author, Kavalam Narayana Panicker, in the chat show. Kavalam talks about his career and of art in Kerala. The repeat of the show is at 8.35 p.m.

Autograph

( Asianet, weekdays, 6.30 p.m.)

James is willing to sacrifice everything for his friends. But will he be able to hold the ‘Five Fingers' group of friends together, especially now that love dictates Rahul's choices? Startling new twists and turns in store for viewers as this serial on teenage rebellion completes 400 episodes.

Kannadi

(Jaya TV, Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 p.m.)

The Noyyal river, once the main water source for people in the Kongu belt of Tamil Nadu, has been contaminated by the dumping of industrial waste from the dyeing industry in the region. As a result, agriculture is suffering. Recently, many dyeing units in Tirupur were ordered to be closed by the Madras High Court. The result? Hundreds of crores of rupees was lost in foreign exchange and several lakhs were rendered jobless. Where does one strike the balance between environmental degradation and development?

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