Telugu Tv Serial Maa Nanna

Maa Nanna Telugu Tv serials on Gemini tv

'Maa-nanna' is a sitcom genre TV serial, first aired in 2012. 'Maa-nanna' was produced by Home Movie Makers Pvt.Ltd. which is screened on the reputable Telegu channel, Gemini TV. The show stars the most versatile and experienced actors, Naresh and Geethanjali. 'Maa-nana' is a story about a father and his three children. The income his father earned from driving an auto-rickshaw was merely enough to fill the need of his family. The mail role has been performed by Naresh who is an experienced actor and has acted in a lot of Telegu movies. He commenced his acting career when he was just 7 years old. His first movie came out in 1972 named ‘PandantiKaapuram.’ Geethanjali, has acted as a heroine, comedian, character artist, mother character, and grandmother character in various films.

The chemistry formed between the two leads, and the other actors is what touches the souls of the viewers. Written by C V Muthu Selvam and E Vikramadhitan, 'Maa-nanna' depicts the story of an honest man and a hardworking father who, due to very less income and no status in society, wants to provide for his family. The series is also available on the official YouTube channel of Home Movie with 30 episodes. A heart touching story, 'Maa-nanna' is a must watch for everybody because it shows how hardwork and honesty will always help you in the long run.

The TV serial features 30 minutes long episodes and is guaranteed to make your heart wrench and motivate you to do something for yourself as well as others. Other actors include the famous and talented, Mahalakshmi, Dr. Yuvaraj, Krishna Teja and Sravan Rajesh. Director S N Sakthi has depicted a remedying story which promises to melt your heart. A classic TV entertainment, Maa-nanna is an apt drama serial for those who wake up early or sleep late as it features at 4 AM on Gemini TV, with repeat telecasts available in the afternoon. People who cannot watch this on TV can watch every episode of this affable series online on different sites like YouTube and Daily Motion.