Chennai, 11th November 2022: Offering a jungle adventure, Colors Tamil, Viacom18’s Tamil Entertainment channel, is all set to bring to screens the World Television Premiere of Radha Krishna, this Sunday, November 13th at 2:00 pm.
Chronicling the life of a young boy, the film revolves around the bond he shares with an elephant. Tune in to Colors Tamil, to witness an endearing journey of friendship and devotion along with friends and family members.
Directed by Rajini, the film features Adithya, Pugazh, Livingston, and Manobala, as the supporting cast.
Backdropped in a forest, the boy Krishna (Adithya) and the elephant, Radha is born in the same house and grow up almost as siblings. After many joyous years together, the forest department takes the elephant away and Krishna begins to miss his brother and friend. He then sets out on a lone journey into the forest in search of Radha. Do Radha and Krishna ever meet again for the rest of the plot?
Commenting on the WTP, Director Rajini said, “With Radha Krishna, I wanted to provide a contemporary twist to our kid’s favorite inspirations like Mowgli. It was a wonderful and challenging experience altogether where training an elephant to cater to a child was tough but exciting. Radha Krishna’s World Television Premiere on a significant channel like Colors Tamil and its wide audience appeal is all the more special to me. The intention behind curating the movie was to provide viewers, especially children, a fun movie to watch.”
Adding to this young Adithya said, “It was an exciting experience, especially to perform alongside an elephant. It was challenging to understand the nuances of acting with an animal. But I feel, the elephant and I share a unique connection now. I am definitive that the World Television Premiere of Radha Krishna will make an interesting watch for families this weekend.”
Colors Tamil is available on all leading cable networks and DTH platforms – Sun Direct (CH NO 128), Tata Sky (CHN NO 1515), Airtel (CHN NO 763), Dish TV (CHN NO 1808), and Videocon D2H (CHN NO 553).