Kannada Awards Zee Kutumba Awards 2015

Zee Kutumba Awards 2015 Kannada TV SHOWS on ZEE KANNADA

Zee Kutumba Awards 2015 is the award ceremony show aired on Zee Kannada. The most famous and popular anchors of Zee TV, Anushree, Shalini, Ramesh Aravind, and Pavan have hosted this show. Famous celebrities from the Sandalwood industry had attended this show. Anushree is a television presenter, who also acted in Kannada films. She won Karnataka Filmfare award for her movie Murali meets Meera. Ramesh Aravind has around thirty-four years of experience in the entertainment industry. He is an actor, anchor, screen-writer, producer, director, and a motivational speaker as well.  Zee Kannada scheduled to air this show on 7th and 8th November of 2015.

The highlight of this show is that the rebel star Ambareesh graced the red carpet of the Zee Kutumbam Awards 2015. He is an actor and a politician from Karnataka. He is considered as one of the triumvirates in the Kannada film industry. Actresses Jayanti and Tara have also witnessed the show. Some other younger generation actors like Sindhu Loknath, Pooja Gandhi, and many more had attended the show. Actresses Sanjana and Aindritha delivered their graceful and power-packed performances. There are 20 award categories in which the twelve are being nominated and voted by the jury members, while the remaining eight are by viewers through SMS. Some of the award classes are Best Appa, Best Amma, Best Magalu, Best Maga, Best Jodi, Best Kedi, Best Kedi lady, Best non-fiction show, and many more. For the people’s choice awards, in addition to the SMS voting, Zee TV introduced a new idea, Rasikara express. Rasikara express is a display van with a ballot box that runs across different parts of Karnataka to collect the maximum votes and let reach the show to the fullest. This vehicle would be meeting places like Mandya, Mysore, Hassan, Tumkur, Bangalore, and many more in Karnataka. Zee Kutumba Awards 2015 is a colorful show with performances from various celebrities that have given a feast to the audience for their ears and eyes.