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Hutch Kalakkapovathu Yaaru Special on Vijay TV

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The judges chinni Jayanth and Madan Bob, along with the host Uma Riaz Khan are real boost to the participants as they have been encouraging the new talents. Each week a 'comedy king' is chosen. Viewers can also take part in the SMS and online contests and choose their favourite comedians. Log on to vijay.indya.com to choose your favourite participants and win prizes!



These comedy kings are sure to shine in silver screen in future, as the response from the viewers is tremendous. These participants who are stepping on to the stage for the first time also have performed astonishingly and have scored high marks in the contest. People who had come from small towns from Tuticorin, Trichy, Coimbatore and Madurai are now become popular amongst the viewers. Their comical performances are totally based on incidents and culture of their hometowns.



Second Semifinals contestants are:

Muthu Irulapandi from Madurai:

Muthu gives a brief introduction about what comedy is all about and its basics. His jokes and themes were out of his personal experience. His jokes mainly revolve around family, children, couple & student comedy relationships. He says, "so far I have participated in more than 3 episodes of KPY, but every show gives me a fresh experience and enables me to know what's happening around me as it generates new ideas".

Kovai Ashok from Coimbatore

Kovai Ashok started his performance with automobile sound effects specially auto rickshaw...He made many modulation in his vocal to bring out various sounds of 'Auto' when it is driven by different Tamil film stars like 'vennira aadai' Murthi, Raguvaran, Surli Rajan and Goundamani... He says, "I am an ardent fan of all the comedians of black and while films. I used to admire them and wanted to become a good comedian. I am happy that my talent is recognized and now am able to perform in front of audience and make them laugh".

Robo Shankar from Chennai

Robo Shankar performs the AIDS awareness program keeping humor as base; leading Tamil film star's voices used for 'Aids' awareness. 'Captain' Vijaykanth and Raguvaran' were the ones which got more applause. He says, 'Kalakkapovathu Yaaru has helped me bring forth the talent from our very old Tamil movies that has been lying within me all these years".

Gopinathan from Chennai

Gopi presented a song from Vasoolraja M.B.B.S (Kalaka Povadhu Yaaru) with this opening line he preceded the song with the lyrics about the show KalakkaPovadhu Yaaru.

He performed a mime of a person got the habit of digging his ears with feathers finally he shows how a person suffer to take the feather from his ears. He says, 'it's a great platform for persons who are craving for a chance to prove their talents, thanks for shows like this'.

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He enacted a situation in which comedy actors Vadivelu & Vivek were caught in a wrestling arrina and how they happened to escape from the place. And he played the Trumpet music using his vocal sound for the patriotic (Jahe Jahahe Achcha). He says, 'I am happy that on watch my performance people do laugh forgetting their distress at least for a while'.

Through their rib-tickling jokes and performance the chosen 'comedy king' will be given a chance to host an all-new comedy show on Vijay TV. The finals will be held on 03 March 2006, as one and half hour show as well.

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