Kadha Ithu Vare is an entertainment show aired on Mazhavil Manorama TV. It is telecast at 9:30 pm and hosted by Poornima Indrajith. Her jewelry courtesy is to Bhima, and sponsored by Indulekha oil. It started on 8th May 2013. The show completed its 73 episodes and came to an end.
It is a talk show where different celebrities are invited and interviewed. It begins with a short description of the guest who is going to be present, and an audio-visual clip that touches the audience. This clip is about the guest and based on his/her life, achievements, family and struggle. The guest can vary from actors, singers, dancers and so on.
The set is well designed. It has a huge stage and two adjustable chairs for the host, and the guest at the center or sofas arranged to face each other, and a big screen behind them for playing the audio-visual clip.
The show has a runtime of half an hour with each episode broken into parts. For example in the 11 episode of Kadha Ithu Vare, when Ambili Cheta, one of the finest Malayala actors, visited the show, it was broken into four parts shown on different days. This episode was one of the finest and most appreciated by the viewers.
The best part of the show is when a common man, who can or cannot be a fan of the celebrity present on the show, is invited and asked for his/her feedback. It is very honest and one of the attractive part of the show.
Host Poornima takes the show forward with ease. She has a good voice and is liked by the Malayalam audience. Her research on the guest is perfect. She has good management skills and is also spontaneous in nature.
This show brings out laughter, happiness along with tears and emotional moments. It is a combination of both and is filled with spice. The guest is surprised by also inviting those people who are close to him/her. They enjoy and their happiness pours out in the form of tears.
It is one of the Malayalam shows with a great audience and viewership. It has won many hearts and inspired many people. The viewers are always eager and looking forward to the show.