List of programs broadcast by Raj TV

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The following is a list of programs broadcast by Raj TV[1]

Currently broadcast[edit]

Soap Opera[edit]

Dubbed Soap[edit]

Reality[edit]

  • Aathma Sangamam
  • Comedy Attagasam
  • Isai Cafe
  • Pengal Neram
  • Naamasagar
  • Velli Thirai
  • Thirai Vimarsanam
  • Raj Dharbar

Formerly broadcast[edit]

Soap Opera[edit]

No Year Serial Notes No. of episodes
1 1997-2001 Marmadesam Tamil soap opera 453
2 2005-2009 Aarthi Tamil soap opera 1054
3 2006-2008 Ganga Yamuna Saraswati Tamil soap opera 491
4 2009-2010 Adhiparasakthi Tamil soap opera 41
5 2009-2010 Karunamanjari Tamil soap opera 182
6 2009-2010 Jai Shri Krishna Dubbing of Colors TV serial Jai Shri Krishna 290
7 2009-2011 Geetanjali Tamil soap opera 818
8 2010-2011 Veetukku Veedu Tamil soap opera 120
9 2010-2011 Kodi Mullai Tamil soap opera 520
10 2012–2015 Karuthamma Dubbing of Colors serial Na Aana Is Des Laado 870
11 2013-2013 Bhama Vijayam Dubbing of Doordarshan
STAR Plus serial Tu Tu Main Main
169
12 2013–2014 Nilave Malare Dubbing of Sony Entertainment Television India serial Parvarrish – Kuchh Khattee Kuchh Meethi 388
13 2013–2015 Gouravam Dubbing of Colors serial Sanskaar - Dharohar Apnon Ki 331
14 2014-2014 Uravugal Sangamam Tamil soap opera 186
15 2014-2015 Alaipayuthey Dubbing of Colors serial Beintehaa 235
16 2014–2015 En Iniya Thozhiye Tamil soap opera 332
17 2015-2016 En Thangai Tamil soap opera 205
18 2015–2016 Azhagiya Laila Dubbing of Colors serial Rangrasiya 188
19 2016-2016 Sabitha Allies Sabapathi Tamil soap opera 76
20 2010-2016 Sindhu Bhairavi Dubbing of Colors serial Uttaran 1549
21 2015-2016 Kanchana Dubbing of Colors serial Shastri Sisters 329
22 2016 -2017 Arundathi Tamil soap opera 75
23 2016–2017 Kakka Kakka[2] Tamil soap opera 127
24 2016-2018 Ganga Yamuna Dubbing of Colors Serial Swaragini 469
25 2016-2018 Indira Dubbing of Colors Serial Thapki Pyar Ki 536 Episodes-STOPPED

Soap Opera[edit]

Other Shows[edit]

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 13 September 2015. Retrieved 5 September 2015. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "YouTube". www.youtube.com.
  3. ^ "Raj TV to air Abirami Awards held in Dubai on Christmas day". 22 December 2016.