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Asianet lines up Easter special programmes
MUMBAI: Asianet is gearing up to celebrate Easter Sunday with a line-up of special programmes and movies on its general entertainment channel as well as on its movie channel Asianet Movies and music channel Asianet Plus.
The celebrations will commence on Asianet with a special musical programme ‘Easter Geethangal’ at 6:15 am. This will be followed by an interview with actress Honey Rose at 8 am.
A special programme, ‘Nakshathragayakarum Ring Masterum’, featuring actor Dilip and the contestants of the singing reality show ‘Star Singer’ will air on the channel at 8:30 am.
Post these programmes, the channel will air an array of movies starting with the politically inclined film ‘Nadodi Mannan’ at 10 am, followed by the religious film ‘Vishudhan’ at 1 pm, comedy film ‘ABCD’ at 4 pm and the psychological horror thriller ‘Geethanjali’ at 7:30 pm.
The network’s movie channel Asianet Movies has also lined up an array of films like the musical film ‘Banaras’ at 7 am, drama film ‘Kadha Thudarunnu’ at 9:30 am, comedy film ‘Mayamohini’ at 1 pm, the satire ‘Edidam Swargamanu’ at 4:30 pm and the crime thriller ‘Mumbai Police’ to air at 7:30 pm on the channel.
Asianet Plus will telecast a range of musical programmes, special shows and movies to ring in the Easter spirit with its viewers. The day will commence with a religious musical-based program ‘Devasangeetham’ at 6 am, followed by another programme ‘Nostalgia’ at 6:30 am.
The programmes will be followed by a comedy horror film ‘In Ghost House Inn’ at 10 am.
An Easter special cookery programme will then air at 1 pm on the channel, followed by an investigative film ‘Red Wine’ at 1:30 pm.
The same format will follow later, with a special short film festival based programme, ‘First Cut’, at 4:30 pm, post which the crime thriller ‘Nakhangal’ will air at 5 pm, followed by the political thriller ‘King and the Commissioner’ at 8 pm.