Chithi 2 Serial | Sun TV | Rathika | Tamil Review, Timing and Information

Sun TV’s Chithi 2 is the leading prime time soap opera airing every night among high TRP serials. This Serial spearheaded by Raadaan media is primarily run by Rathika Sarathkumar and she also is the lead actress in this serial. Following the runaway success of Chithi season 1 that aired for more than five years, Rathika is back with the new season and desperate to win back the bellwether status that she lost because of previous few flop serials after Vani Rani.

Chithi 2 Serial Sun TV
Chithi 2 Serial Sun TV

Chithi meaning aunty or step mother, that ran from 1999 to 2001 was a huge hit. Actors Yuvarani, Sudhakar, Hemalatha are also said to be part of Chithi 2 and Riyaz Khan may appear in the guest role. Vijay Adhiraj and Tharika may also feature in this new Soap Opera by Sun Network. This serial will also be dubbed and released in Astro Vaanavil TV, Shakthi TV and Deepam TV in Malaysia, Sri Lanka and United Kingdom respectively.

Raadhika has a huge following among Tamil audiences across the world and this serial plot is written such a way to please huge house wife audiences along with young mothers. The Songs ‘Kannimani’ and ‘Vaanathai nokki’ are said to be composed by Dhina and Vairamuthu. The reboot premiere launched during January of year 2020 will be Sun TV’s mega serial launch for this New Year. So, what do you think about Chithi 2 of Sun TV, comment below.

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Mother-Mentor-Maker| The three M’s of my life

Well, to begin with, I would like you all to know that I am a working mother. I have just penned down my everyday encounters here. Being a working mother makes me feel like a superwoman. Sometimes I handle so many chores at a time that I wonder, “Is that me who did all of that!” That makes me a WONDER-WOMAN as well, you know!! Alright, jokes apart, I am here to share my experiences of being a teacher at school and a mother at home.

In the mornings, as soon as I wake my 3-year-old daughter up, the only word I hear is MUMMA. Mumma please help me brush my teeth. Mumma bathe me. Mumma, I don’t want to go to the school today. It almost feels like a battle every morning sending her to the school. And that is just the beginning.

Tired already, I dress up for the school. Recovering from the aftermath of the battle with my child at home, I walk into my classroom wanting to look happy, fresh and presentable. No matter how energetic I am, my students are always one step ahead of me. And then I start hearing, MA’AM, I did not bring my textbook, Ma’am, he is sitting in my place, Ma’am, she is poking me with her pencil. I wonder how naughty can these kids get! I wonder where on earth do they get such abundant energy from! Would my child be doing the same to her teacher! But thank The Almighty, the day comes to an end and I finally get back home.

But like I already told you, the struggle is never- ending. I go home only to realize that my domestic help has not turned up today. So here starts my work as the MAID. I want my house to be perfect. Everything be in the right place, neatly washed curtains, no piled-up clothes, no dirty vessels in the kitchen. And I convincingly succeed in this attempt.

But at night when I go to bed, I am not happy. I don’t feel content. I feel that my life is just a race. A race where I keep running all alone and all day long. There is no end to it. It is never-ending. I feel suffocated among the three M’s which you might have already come across in the story of my life- MUMMA, MA’AM and MAID.

I suddenly feel that I am worthless. I am of absolutely no value. Though I keep running all day long, I am going nowhere. But one fine day, there was a self-realization. This led me to a deeper meaning of my life.

I realized how important I was in my daughter’s life. She looked up to me for EVERYTHING. She was observing me and wanted to become like me. She would wear my stole just the way I do. She would wear my cosmetics and perfume. She made her hair like mine and asked me, “Mumma, do I look like you?” That was when I realized where I was going wrong. I did not want my daughter to be like me. I did not want to portray myself as a tired, frustrated and struggling mumma. I realized I had to be her MOTHER. That mother who is the role model. The epitome of patience, kindness and unconditional love.

Meanwhile at school my students were also learning from me. They were learning more from what I was than from what I tried to teach them from the books. At that moment I realized that I was not just their ma’am but their MENTOR. I had to be the perfect role model to them.

Taking care of my house is my responsibility. I understood that it need not be perfect all the time. The toys lying on the floor mean that my daughter has had a happy play time. The unwashed vessels in my kitchen mean that we indeed cooked a delicious meal and enjoyed having it. The pile of clothes lying on the chair mean that I am too tired and the needful shall be done tomorrow. The responsibility of my house makes me the home MAKER.

In life, you don’t have to prove anything to anyone. People will judge you no matter what you do. If someone is not happy with you, just let them go. If people find your house messed up, let them not drop in. If they find your lifestyle boring, let them not hang around with you. If they do not like what you cook, please allow them to help themselves at their home. People who truly value your worth will choose to stay with you no matter what. It is up to you to decide what is significant. Is pleasing others your priority or staying happy in your “cosy little house”? Oops!! “messy little house”.

At the end of this article I have found the correct M’s of my life- Mother, Mentor, Maker. There are many more alphabets to go. Hope you all find your right alphabets with their significant meanings.

Then Mozhi B.A Serial | Vijay TV | Jacqueline | Tamil Review, Timing and Information

Thenmozhi BA serial is the signature into serial for Jacqueline the anchor in Vijay TV. The multifaceted skills of Vijay TV anchors, actors, actresses, judges and dancers perform different roles in Vijay TV. One such talented example is Jaqueline who is transforming from anchoring to lead role in serials. This Soap opera is best suited in genre of comedy. Then Mozhi BA is also involving political satire. So the crux of this serial is fresh for Tamil audiences across the world.

Then Mozhi BA Vijay TV Serial
Then Mozhi BA Vijay TV Serial

Right from the promo of this serial the exhibit like Jaqueline, I mean Thenmozhi who is the ‘chella pillai’ of the house, pampered kid. Her sister is the one doing the heavy lifting of all work at the house. She also have a younger brother. The nuances of her marriage to village head’s son and how her mother-in-law plans to exploit her is interesting. The rise of Thenmozhi in father-in-law house is interesting in a comedy way.

Vijay TV’s Then Mozhi serial is airing in prime time slot. The timing of this serial during the Bigg Boss Season 3 parallel makes it get an extra edge when it comes to TRP ratings. Usually Vijay TV will peak in TRP during Bigg Boss time. This serial also will add fuel to the engine, so what do you think about the Star Network Vijay Televisions vision about this serial? Comment below.

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