Everyone say that hilarity is the best remedy for any kind of problem. If so, nothing has been as apt as this. Comedy shows have always been the delight of the Indian audiences, no matter in which language they are produced. In India, comedy shows, laced with comic sequences from the classic movies of yesteryears have been the audiences’ cup of tea, right from the 80s. It all began with the comical music chartbuster,
‘Filmy Chakkar’, starring Ratna Pathak Shah and
Satish Shah. It beautifully blended comic sequences with the latest chart numbers of that time. The legacy didn’t stop right then. It was carried forward by comedian
Sajid Khan, who with his show, ‘Ikke Pe Ikka’, based on Filmy Chakkar’s lines, was a rage in the youth of the 90s. Broadcasted on both Zee Cinema and Sony Television, ‘Ikke Pe Ikka’ was a much-needed relief to the people, who would sometimes be bored by the dark themes of most of the serials.
‘Meri Bhains Ko Kyun Maara’ broadcasted on the Hindi film channel, ‘Sahara Filmy,' is another example of comic sequences compiled for healthy entertainment. Keeping in with this trend is the hilarious comic caper, ‘Nagaichuvai Galatta’, currently airing on Sun TV (Tamil version).
This show, belonging to the comic genre airs on Sun TV (Tamil) on Saturday morning, Sunday midnight, and Monday early morning. Laced with an innovative concept of comedy, this show is a compilation of some of the hilarious comic sequences from Tamil movies. Based on the lines of Sahara Filmy’s ‘Meri Bhains ko Anda Kyun Maara’, this show relives some of the best moments of the comical classics, be it ‘Michael Madan Kamarajan’, starring Kamal Hassan’, or the famous Tamil adaptation of the Hindi comic caper, ‘
Golmaal’ (1979) ‘
Thillu Mullu’, starring our very own Rajinikanth (Shivaji Rao Gaekwad), or even the recent cult classic, ‘
Mundasupatti’, for that matter.
Name your favorite comedy sequence from a Tamil movie and you shall find it here, without any slash and cut. Also, in for complete entertainment, would be the comical scenes starring the famous Tamil comedians, including the likes of Vivek, Nagesh, Vadivelu, and Manobala among others. So why to worry, turn on the television, and switch on Saturday and Sunday to Sun TV, where ‘Nagaichuvai Galatta’ will make you relive those comical moments from the classic Tamil movies that reduced you to peals of laughter.