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Pongal 2021 Special: Soorarai Pottru, Ka Pae Ranasingam & Other Films To Be Telecast On TV

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oi-Sruthi Hemachandran


The Tamil makkal are all set to welcome Pongal on a optimistic and cheerful word. For Kollywood film buffs the pageant is certainly going to be a grand event to have fun as Thalapathy Vijay’s Grasp is releasing on January 13, 2021.


Aside from the action-entertainer, Simbu’s rural drama Eeswaran will even hit the screens on the event of Pongal (January 14). Apparently, Jayam Ravi’s 25th enterprise Bhoomi will compete with the 2 large movies, however on a distinct platform. The entertainer will launch on Pongal on Disney+ Hotstar.

Apparently, the discharge of movies like Grasp will even function a possibility to analyse the influx of individuals to the theatres publish COVID-19 lockdown. The discharge of movies amid the pandemic will even assist a number of filmmakers and actors to decide on between OTT platforms and theatres.

Properly, for individuals who are skeptical about strolling out of their homes and watching movies in theatres amid the pandemic scare, fear not as a promising array of movies are in retailer for the mini-screen viewers for Pongal.

Try the whole listing of films to look at this Pongal!

Solar TV

January 14

• Pattas: 11:00 am

• Poojai: 3.00 pm

• Soorarai Pottru: 6.30 pm

January 15

• Pettai: 11.00 am

• Vettaikaran: 3.00 pm

• Pulikuthi Pandi: 6.30 pm

January 16

• Thillalangadi: 9.30 am

• Natpe Thunai: 3.00 pm

• Kanchana 3: 6.30 pm

January 17

• 96: 9.30 am

• Kodi: 3.00 pm

• Viswasam: 6.30 pm

Vijay TV

January 14

• Adithya Varma: 10.30 am

January 15

• Penguin: 2.30 pm

Zee Tamil

January 14

• Ka Pae Ranasingam: 4.00 pm

January 15

• Biskoth: 4.00 pm

Vijay Tremendous TV

January 14

• Kazhugu: 9.00 am

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