Dasara Special On TV: Prathi Roju Pandage On Vijayadashami

Zee Telugu gears up to celebrate the biggest festival of the year in grandeur and in style! - Sakshi Post

With lots of fun, sweets, laughter, drama, splendid acts and performances of your favorite television artists, Zee Telugu gears up to celebrate the biggest festival of the year in grandeur and in style!

The channel welcomes the festive season with ‘Vijayadashami – Prathi Roju Pandage’ on 29th September at 2:00 PM only on Zee Telugu and Zee Telugu HD channel.‘Vijayadashami – Prathi Roju Pandage’ will be a grand affair with television celebrities in their celebratory best – dressed in festive finery, dancing to superbly choreographed performances, on the grandest sets ever.

All the members of Zee Kutumbam such as Siddhu, Pranavi Manukonda from ‘Ganga Manga’, VJ Sunny , Meghna Lokesh and Bhavana from ‘Kalyana Vaibogame’, Marina Abraham and Nirupam Paritala from ‘Prema’, Siddharth Varma and Jyothi from ‘Raktha Sambandham’, Akarsh Byramudi from ‘Attarintlo Akka Chellalu’, Abhi Pratap and Madhubala from ‘Ninne Pelladatha’ and many other popular faces like Yamini, Karuna Bhushan, Suhasini, Sudheer, Ram Prasad and Seenu will make their presence felt.There is a surprise element in the show with the Tollywood actress Nabha Natesh, who making a special appearance.

She will not only be seen dancing to the tunes of her latest movie, ‘Ismart Shakar’, but also joining the festivity with Zee Kutumbam. Additionally, there is a splendid act by Nirupam, Abhi, VJ Sunny, Anchor Ravi, Akarsh, Siddharth Varma and Siddhu where they try to woo the ravishing Nabha.Anchor Ravi, Shyamala and Sameeksha get ready to tickle some bones with their ‘dance comedy’ grooving to some hit Tollywood numbers.

There is a special dance performance by Shiva Parvati, Uma, Chaitra Rao, Sheela Singh, Bhavana, Usha Rani, Brundha, Madhavi Latha and Jyoti Reddy on Nava Durga. To ensure that there is more than a generous dose of entertainment, Pooja Moorthy will be seen performing a classical dance act, and Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil’ Champs, Mangli and Dhanunjay will be singing melodies, adding to the festive fervor.

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