July has finally arrived, signalling the halfway point of the year. After a long marathon of dealing with everything, most of us may have felt like we had completed halfway through this pandemic. In fact, we are still dealing with it now. But don’t forget to take a break and snooze on your couch to rest.
And what better way to relax than by watching some of the shows that will air on Astro in July? What’s more, guess what? Relaxing and enjoyable international Tamil series are awaiting our viewing pleasure. Customers of all ages will be able to enjoy a variety of show genres.
Premiered on 1st July, 9pm on Astro Vinmeen HD (Ch202)
Karnan G. Crack, Subashini Asokan, Mathialagan, Puravalan Narayanasamy, Udaya Soundari, Alawdin Ali, Dhivyah Raveen, Rupiny Anbalagan, Stephen Zechariah, and Haaran Pj star in a 26-episode series directed by T. Suriavelan.
The gripping series follows the mysterious death of an award-winning actor, which is followed by a series of murders in a city that leads police to a bed-ridden suspect.
Premiered on 5th July, 7.30pm on Astro Vaanavil HD (Ch 201)
S. Nagabharana directs this enthralling tale about Sundari, who does not believe in the “Goddess.” Her scepticism of the ‘Goddess’ stems from her previous incarnation as Princess Rajeshwari, a devotee of the Goddess.
Sri Vishnu Dasavatharam
Premieres on 15 July, 7pm on Astro Vinmeen HD (Ch 202) – weekdays
As per the title, this devotional series is all about Lord Vishnu who is known for protection, preservation and restoration and who falls in love with Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of fortune, wealth, prosperity and beauty, directed by Dheeraj Kumar.
Premiered on 3rd July, 7.30pm on Astro Vinmeen HD (Ch 202)-weekends
This series takes us on a journey to many horrendous paranormal happenings, superstitions and strange rituals that are hosted by the Nizhalgal Ravi in distant areas.
Premiered on 1st July, 5pm on Astro Vaanavil HD (Ch 201)
Not forgetting their little audience, Astro has brought you ‘Atchoo’– an animated Tamil series about a smart and cheerful 9-year-old boy who turns into an animal as he sneezes. Why is the title ‘Atchoo,’ do you understand?
ViR: The Robot Boy Season 1
Premiered on 1st July, 5.30pm on Astro Vaanavil HD (Ch 201)
Astro never brings just one, but two animated series to entertain their young audience, including Vir, a robot with human-like emotions, qualities, and superhuman abilities who sets out to save the day with the help of his friends: Chulbul, a pet donkey, Imli, an eight-year-old child, and Gintu, a magical jinn. This hilarious series is directed by Suhas Kadav.
From July 1, Astro customers can watch all of these international Tamil series across a variety of genres on TV, Astro GO, and On Demand. Visit their website or follow them on social media for more information. Happy Tuesday, everyone!