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Deivamagal
Deivamagal
(lit. God's daughter) is a Indian Tamil-language family soap opera starring Krishna and Vani Bhojan. It replaced Thirumathi Selvam and it broadcast on Sun TV on Monday to Friday and later extended up to Saturday from 25 March 2013 to 17 February 2018 at 20:00 (IST) for 1,466 episodes.[1] In the serial they overcome the several problems they face from their enemies. The show is produced by Vikatan Televistas Pvt Ltd and director by S. Kumaran. It also airs in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
Tamil Channel on Shakthi TV
Shakthi TV
at 22:00 (SST). It completed 5-year run as of February 2018.[2]

Contents

1 Plot 2 Cast

2.1 Main cast 2.2 Recurring cast

3 Original soundtrack

3.1 Title song 3.2 Soundtrack

4 Production 5 Awards and nominations 6 Remake 7 International broadcast

7.1 Dubbed version

8 See also 9 References

Plot[edit] Deivamagal
Deivamagal
story revolves around the lead pair Prakash (Krishna) and Sathyapriya (Vani Bhojan) and how they overcome conspiracies against them within the family and the society problems that arises due to their respective jobs and positions. Gayathri (Rekha Krishnappa), the eldest daughter-in-law of Jaihind Vilas, wants to amass the family's wealth. Prakash (Krishna), who is aware of her evil plans, has to fight a tough battle against her to keep the family united. Cast[edit] Main cast[edit]

Krishna as Prakash Chidambaram (Male Lead & Satyapriya's Husband) Vani Bhojan as Sathyapriya Prakash (Female Lead & Prakash's wife) Rekha Krishnappa as Gayathri (Main Antagonist & Prakash's first ex-sister in law, died in the serial, killed by Kumar) and Manthra Amar IPS (died in the serial, killed by Gayathri) - dual role

Recurring cast[edit]

Prakash Rajan as Kumar Chidambaram (Prakash's first elder brother) Arvind Khathare as Raju Chidambaram (Prakash's second elder brother) Anita Iyer(old)/Sindhu Shyam(new) as Thilagavathy Raju (Prakash's second sister in law) Suchitra as Akila Kumar (Prakash's first sister in law,died in the serial, killed by Gayathri) SVS Kumar as Chidambaram (Prakash's father) Vennira Aadai Nirmala as Janaki Chidambaram (Prakash's mother) Sanjana Sree as Mahalakshmi Prakash (Prakash and Sathya's daughter) Sreeja as Monisha Kumar (Kumar and Gayathri's daughter) Krithika as Mahalakshmi Raju (Raju and Thilagavathi's daughter) R. Radha as Sathyakala Moorthy Ameya Nair as Anamika (Antagonist,Prakash's ex-girl friend,died in the serial,killed in bomb blast) Sivalingam Babu as Shankar Revathee Shankar as Usha Rani Shankar VJ Sam(old)/Raghul(new) as Vasanth Shankar Nisha Krishnan(old)/Vanitha Hariharan(new) as Raghini Vasanth (Prakash's younger sister) Ganesh as Moorthy Suhasini as Vinothini Moorthy (Antagonist,died in the serial,commits suicide) Meesai Rajendran as Lingam Suresh as Guna Lingam Sasikala Shree as Vasanthi Ravi as Ganesh Gracey as Vijaya Ganesh Auditor Sridhar as Devaraj (Satyapriya's uncle) Sabitha Anand as Saroja Devaraj (Satyapriya's aunt) Siddanth Venkatesh as Suresh Devaraj (Satyapriya's cousin) Shabnam as Dharani Suresh (Satyapriya's first younger sister) Sunitha as Sujatha Karthik (Satyapriya's cousin) Anbalaya Prabhakaran as Sundaram (died in serial) (Satyapriya's father) Sankarabaranam Rajalakshmi (old)/Surekha (new) as Sampoornam Sundaram (Satyapriya's mother) Usha Sai as Anjali Guna (Satyapriya's second younger sister) Ashok Kumar as Ashok (Prakash's close friend) Raju Sathish as Sathish (Prakash's close friend) Saravanan as Saravanan (Prakash's close friend) Sai Vairam as Senthil (Prakash's close friend) Udumalai Ravi as Ekambaram (Prakash's friend) Karthick Chandra as Samuel Raja (IPS officer) Manmohan as Arivudai Nambi (Antagonist,died in the serial,killed by Gayathri) Mercy as Malarvizhi Venkatesh Raja as Aravind Anuradha as Annapoorni Subramanian Gopalakrishnan
Subramanian Gopalakrishnan
(old)/Unknown Artist (new)as Karthik Aravish as Sathish Prabhakaran Nivisha as Sangeetha Sathish Prabhakaran Sribala as Ravi Balaji as Amar (mantra's husband) (Killed by Gayathri) Bhavani as Sathyakala's mother (former cast) G. K. as Velliangiri (Sathyakala's ex-husband) (Killed by Gayathri) Mangama (New Villi, Gayathri's new helper)

Original soundtrack[edit] Title song[edit] It was written by lyricist Yugabharathi, composed by music director Kiran. It was sung by Naresh Iyer. Soundtrack[edit]

Tracklist

No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length

1. "Kaalai Ezhunthathum (காலை எழுந்ததும்)" Yugabharathi Naresh Iyer 3:00

2. "Thannir Kudam Pola (தண்ணீர்குடம் போலே)"     4:00

3. "Moodaadhe paasu kadhavu (மூடாதே பாசு கதவு)"     2:40

Production[edit] The series was directed S. Kumaran and It was produced by Vikatan Televistas Pvt Ltd, along with the production crew of 2001-2016 Sun TV Super Hits Serials Alaigal
Alaigal
(2001-2003), Appa (2003), Avargal (2003-2004), Kolangal (2003-2009), Thirumathi Selvam
Thirumathi Selvam
(2007-2013) and Thendral
Thendral
(2009-2015) Awards and nominations[edit]

Deivamagal
Deivamagal
awards and nominations

Awards and nominations

Award Wins Nominations

Vikatan Awards

5 5

Mylapore Academy Awards

3 3

Sun Kudumbam Awards

6 16

Tamil Nadu State Television Awards

3 3

Totals

Awards won 17

Nominations 27

References

Year Award Category Recipient Role Result

2013 Tamil Nadu State Television Awards[3] Best Serial

Won

Best Negative Role Female Rekha Krishnappa Gayathri

Best Dubbing Artist-Male Sabarinathan Prakash

2014 Vikatan Awards Best Serial

Won

2014 Mylapore Academy Awards Best Director S. Kumaran

Won

Best Supporting Actor Male Auditor Sridhar Devaraj

Best Negative Role Female Sabitha Anand Saroja

2014 Sun Kudumbam Awards[4] Best Serial

Won

Best Mamanaar S. V. S. Kumar Chidhambaram

Best Screenplay Ve .Ki. Amirtharaj

Best Director S. Kumaran

Best Negative Role Female Rekha Krishnappa Gayathri

Devathaigal Vani Bhojan Sathyapriya

Best Actor Male Lead Krishna Prakash Nominated

Best Actress Female Lead Vani Bhojan Sathyapriya

Best Mamiyaar Vennira Aadai Nirmala Janaki

Best Supporting Actor Male Auditor Sridhar Devaraj

Best Supporting Actor Female Sindhu Shyam Thilaga Raju

Best Sister Award Shabnam Dharani

Best Comedian Male Ganesh Moorthy

Best Dialogue Writer Vasu Bharathi

Best Dubbing Artist-Male Sabarinathan Prakash

Best Dubbing Artist-Female Renukha Sathyapriya

2015 Vikatan Awards [5] Best Serial

Won

2016

2017

2018

Remake[edit] The series has been remade into in Telugu language
Telugu language
as Jabilamma broadcast on Gemini TV, Malayalam language
Malayalam language
as Bhagyalakshmi broadcast on Surya TV
Surya TV
and Kannada language
Kannada language
as Chandra Chakori broadcast on Udaya TV.

Country Language Channel Show Name Aired (Date)

India Malayalam
Malayalam
language Surya TV Bhagyalakshmi 5 February 2014 – 2016

Telugu language Gemini TV Jabilamma 24 February 2014 - 11 September 2015

Kannada
Kannada
language Udaya TV Chandra Chakori 2 June 2014 - 2014

International broadcast[edit] The Series was released on 25 March 2013 on Sun TV, the series also airs on Sun TV HD. The Show was also broadcast internationally on Channel's international distribution.

It airs in Sri Lanka, South East Asia, Middle East, United States, Canada, Europe, Oceania, South Africa
South Africa
and Sub Saharan Africa
Sub Saharan Africa
on Sun TV. The drama is episodes on their app Sun Nxt[6] The show's episodes were released on Official YouTube channel Vikatan TV. It is also available via the internet protocol television service, Lebara
Lebara
Play and YuppTV. In Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
Tamil Channel on Shakthi TV. It airs Monday through Friday at 22:00 (SST).

Dubbed version[edit]

It was aired in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh
on Gemini TV Dubbed in Telugu language
Telugu language
as Oohala Pallakilo. The show premiered on 7 October 2013 and last aired on 21st February 2014 and ended with 91 episodes.

See also[edit]

List of programs broadcast by Sun TV List of TV shows aired on Sun TV (India)

References[edit]

^ "New serial Deivamagal
Deivamagal
at 8:00 pm(Tamil source)". cinema.dinakaran.com. Retrieved 6 April 2015.  ^ Naig, Udhav; Ramakrishnan, Deepa H. (29 March 2015). "Megaserial Milestone". The Hindu. Retrieved 16 February 2018.  ^ "Chinna thirai Television News/Tamilnadu Government Announced TV Awards". cinema.dinamalar.com. 16 July 2017. Retrieved 15 December 2014.  ^ "Sun Kudumbam Viruthugal 2014". www.sunnetwork.in.  ^ "சிறந்த நெடுந்தொடர் - தெய்வமகள், சன் டி.வி". www.vikatan.com. Retrieved 13 January 2016.  ^ "With Sun NXT, Sun TV Network steps foot in the burgeoning digital streaming space of India". thetechportal.com. 

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Avargal (2002-2004) Alaigal
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(2001-2003) Appa (2003) Kolangal (2003-2009) Thirumathi Selvam
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(2007-2013) Thendral
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