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Pattabhiram Happy for his Small Screen Production!

IndiaGlitz [Tuesday, June 15, 2010]

One of the prestigious businesses houses of Karnataka MS Ramaiah Foundation, one of the proprietors M.R.Pattabhiram is feeling proud with a mega television serial 'Guru Raghavendra Vaibhava' after a huge loss of Rs.7 crores from 'Gandugali Kumararama', a historical movie.

Pattabhiram addressing the media on Monday afternoon disclosed that he wanted to keep away from visual media but "Sri Raghavendra Swamy who came in my dream made me to take up a mega television serial in banner of MS Ramaiah Media and Entertainment Private Limited. The result of that 'Agne' (order) I am following and now 'Guru Raghavendra Vaibhava' is hitting the Suvarna satellite channel at 10 pm from 21st of June. This is Monday to Friday mega serial that has good backgrounder and life sketch of Sri Raghavendra Swamy of 'Mantralaya'. This is produced in the name of my wife Smt Anitha. I am only providing the facilities required. BA LA Suresh as writer and director is doing the fantastic job for 'Guru Raghavendra Vaibhava'", says MR Pattabhiram.

Ba La Suresh eminent writer in small screen from past 25 years also contributor to silver screen has prepared good work for 'Guru Raghavendra Vaibhava' in the last six months. He has shot for the mega television serial erecting sets of Kumbakonam Empire, Vijayanagara dynasty, the sanctum sanatorium of Lord Venkateshwara of Tirumala hills, Brahma Loka and others to give accuracy to this mythological and historical television serial 'Guru Raghavendra Vaibhava'.

The Star South chief Jagadish Kumar reading out the preaching of Sri Raghavendra Swamy said the television serial is very relevant (like Shirdi Ke Saibaba in Star TV) to the present society. He feels deeply honored with this kind of television serial and associating with MSR Media and Entertainment Private Limited. Anoop Chandrasekhar, business head of Suvarana channel Bangalore has made arrangement for the repeat telecast of 'Guru Raghavendra Vaibhava'. Next day morning at 9 am the episode will be telecast and on every Sunday all the five episodes of the week will be telecast from 9 am so that it is available for all.

Veteran Kannada film actors Srinivasamurthy and Shivaram also addressed the media and expressed the significance of this kind of television serial.

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