Vijay TV launches musical battle of South India with all 4 Southern States
These singers would combine with the finest junior voices of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala in "Poorvika Mobile Junior Super Stars powered by India Gate' that is slated to hit air on October 15th, 2010, Friday's and Saturday's at 9pm. This powered packed weekend show will have the top junior voices across the southern states combine with Vijay TV's junior voices and fight it out to win the coveted title which would fetch the winning pair Rs. 5 lakh each.
The participants will team up as 9 pairs and the competition is expected to be intense to say the least, as these juniors have undergone the rigor to come up trumps in their native states. Every week an unique theme would confront the nine chosen pairs; namely duet, black and white, semi classical, disco to name a few. The Main Judge for the show would be Anuradha Sriram. Other Popular Singers like Usha Udup, S.P. Shailaja, M.G .Sreekumar and many others will feature on the show in accordance with the theme.
Another interesting aspect of "Poorvika Mobile Junior Super Stars powered by India Gate' would be the hosts of the show. Vijay TV has brought together the senior and junior combination of versatile singer Mano and the little singing sensation Srikanth who will not only enthrall the audiences with their special performances but will also make the audience go in splits with their wit and humor.
"Poorvika Mobile Junior Super Stars powered by India Gate' launched on Friday, 15 October 2010, and airs every Friday and Saturday at 2100 hrs on Vijay TV. Get ready to be entertained as these juniors are going to set the stage on fire.
K.Sriram General Manager remarks about the Show, "We all know that Music has no language and this is the first time these words would be translated onto a Television Show. We are excited at this unique attempt of bringing together the best junior talent from the Southern States. We are sure that this show will not only do well in Tamilnadu but in the neigbouring states as well."