Chellam Chellam is a game show in which both children and parents could take part in many fun filled activities. The show airs every Sunday so we can have some weekend fun along with it. In the show, the parents are given the challenge to play with their kids and enjoy. We see who is more intelligent, the parents or their children. The basic idea is that the kids crave time with their parents who can get very busy. In the show, the parents come to the stage and the host starts some basic conversation with the parents about their child and whether they or not they play similar games at home, and then they take up the given challenge.
They are asked a question by their child to which they are to provide the answer. The child’s pre-recorded question is now displayed on the video monitor during the show and the parents, in front of everyone, are asked to reply to the video and seen if it’s correct. There are two replies one could give, one who is talking with the parents on the stage, and the other who is talking with the child. Both the hosts are very engaging and kept the audience entertained. Parents get the points or lose them and based on that, the final round takes place. Finally, the families receive various gifts due to their participation. The show ends with a fun dance sequence where other kids wearing black join in and they all dance till the end of the show.
At the completion of the show, in the credits, we see the cut scenes where the children were spoken to get the questions, here we find funny interactions with the kids and thus each episode has an amusing ending. The stage has also been set to give a fun feel to it and funny animation is always continuing in the video monitor. It is set so that the audience fill the entire circle along with the kids who are also present, watching how the parents perform ,and having fun. The show makes every one feel special, especially the young-ones in the show and also ones watching to return to their childhood. It is hence a very adorable fun show to relax with the kids on the weekends, with munchies in hand.