Vani Bhojan (born December 7, 1988) is an Indian born Actress, Model, and Air Hostess from Ooty, Nilgiri District, Tamil Nadu. Furthermore, she worked as an air hostess before entering in Tollywood movies.
|Written by||Ve. Ki. Amirtharaj (Screenplay)|
|Directed by||S. Kumaran|
|Theme music composer||Kiran|
|Opening theme||'Kaalai Ezhunthathum'|
Naresh Iyer (Vocal)
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||1,466|
|Cinematography||S. T. Martz|
|Running time||approx. 18-22 minutes per episode|
|Production company(s)||Vikatan Televistas Pvt Ltd|
|Original network||Sun TV|
|Original release||25 March 2013 –|
17 February 2018
Deivamagal (lit. God's daughter) is an Indian Tamil-language family soap opera starring Krishna and Vani Bhojan. It replaced Thirumathi Selvam and was replaced by Nayagi . It was broadcast on Sun TV initially from Monday to Friday and later extended to Saturday from 25 March 2013 to 17 February 2018 for 1,466 episodes.
In the serial, the Jai hind Vilas family overcome several problems they face from Gayathri. The show is produced by Vikatan Televistas Pvt Ltd and director by S. Kumaran.
- 3Original soundtrack
- 7International broadcast
The story mainly revolves around Prakash (Krishna) , his wife Sathyapriya (Vani Bhojan) and his eldest sister-in-law Gayathri's conspiracies against their families to conquer their ancestral property Jai Hind Villa.
The show begins in a small village with Sathyapriya who is the eldest daughter of Sundaram, a rich man in the village who has two sisters, Tharani and Anjali. Sathya has a rival in the same village, named Sathyakala who is jealous of her. Once Sathyakala mistakes Karthik to be in love with her, when he in reality, loves Sathyapriya. When she learns the truth, she tries to commit suicide. Sathyakala's father gets furious about it. Karthik and Sathyapriya's marriage is fixed. But on the day of the marriage, as per Sathyakala's father's plan, the wedding gets stopped. Angered, Karthik's mother Annapoorni, brings her son along with her. Sathya's father dies in disappointment. The family is forced to leave their house and they go to Chennai, to Sampoornam, Sathya's mother's brother's, Devaraj's house. There, Devaraj's wife, Saroja humiliates the newcomers. Yet, Sathya's uncle and her cousins, Suresh and Sujatha showers care and love on them.
Sathya goes to work at a star hotel and gets tortured by the GM, Gayathri there. Gayathri hails from a family, where her father-in-law, Chidambaram is a proud fan of Mahatma. Chidambaram and his wife, Janaki, have 4 children. The elder Kumar, is married to Gayathri and they have a daughter Monisha. The second son Raju, a lazy guy, who stays and sleeps at home all day. He has a wife Thilaga, who is staying with her mother. They have their only daughter, and the youngest, Ragini, who goes to college. Their third son, Prakash is a short-tempered man. All his attempts to pass exams and get a government job which is spoiled by Gayathri. Gayathri rules the family. The family has to do all the work for her. She wants to take the Jai Hind Vilas property all to herself. This is found by Prakash, and he becomes her big obstacle to get the property.
Devaraj and Sampoornam wants Sathya and Suresh to get married but Saroja hates it. Meanwhile, Sathya gets introduced to Prakash's parents and Prakash himself. Her meeting with Prakash and subsequent meetings does not go well. Nevertheless, they become good friends, after Sathya saves Prakash even though he wanted to kill her. Prakash saves Tharani from some youths with evil intentions. This leads to him to fall for her innocence and he decides to get married to her. Tharani, who is in love with her cousin Suresh, does not like it. In the meantime, Prakash arranges house for Sathya's family after Saroja chases them out. Sathya meets Karthik, and works at his office. Annapoorni realises her mistake and decides to get Sathya married to Karthik, as Karthik still loves her.
On the wedding day of Prakash and Tharani, Gayathri provokes Tharani to elope. When she does, Prakash forces Sathya to marry him, to win Gayathri. Sathya accepts as her mother begs her. Sathya disowns Tharani. Further argument between Prakash and Suresh leads to a rocky relationship between the two families. Meanwhile, Sathya and Prakash understands and falls in love with each other. Prakash gets into quarrel with Sathya's mother and prevents her from meeting her mother. Unable to go against Prakash, Sathya agrees.
Sathya gets pregnant and at the sametime, Tharani goes missing. Prakash saves Sathya from a lady who wants to sell her. Tharani does to understand them and stays adamant with them. Due to several things, Sathya has a miscarriage and she hides it from Prakash. No one knows the truth apart from Sathya's mother, sister and Prakash's sister-in-law, Thilaga. When Sampoornam accidentally blurts out the truth, Prakash gets furious and chases Sathya out. He refuses to talk to her. When finally, after he accepts the fate and changes his mind, he gets stabbed by some goons who messed with Sathya and Prakash in the past but survives. Sathya and Prakash starts to care more for each other.
Kumar then married Akila and she already has a son,while Gayathri created so many obstacles in their life. Sathya and Prakash had a daughter named Mahalakshmi. All the problems were over once for all and Gayathri is arrested but she had escaped from police with pistol and shot Akila in front of Kumar and Prakash and Kidnapped Moni. The next day she had kidnapped Maha and decided to kill her. Prakash and Sathya were searching for the two kids along with the ACP Samuel Raja and while rescuing Maha Prakash shot Gayathri but she was alive and finally killed by Kumar in the hospital. Finally the Jaihind vilas and Sakash lived happily with their kids.
- Krishna as Prakash Chidambaram, Sathyapriya's husband and a hot headed man.
- Vani Bhojan as Sathya Priya Prakash, Prakash's wife, cool and smart lady.
- Rekha Krishnappa as Gayathri Prakash's ex-sister in law and also as Manthra Devi IPS (duo act)
- 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,Kumar's second wife and Prakash's first sister in law, who was killed by Gayathri.
- SVS Kumar as Chidambaram, Prakash's father,A Gandhian
- 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, Prakash's ex-girl friend, who was killed in a 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 as Raghini Vasanth, Prakash's younger sister.
- Ganesh as Moorthy,Husband of Gayatri's sister
- Suhasini as Vinothini Moorthy,Gayatri's Sister, who 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, Satyapriya's father.
- Sankarabaranam Rajalakshmi as Sampoornam Sundaram, Satyapriya's mother
- Surekha as Sampoornam Sundaram, replacing Rajalakshmi.
- 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 IPS officer Samuel Raja
- Manush as Arivudai Nambi,killed by Gayatri
- Mercy as Malarvizhi Venkatesh,Nambi's sister
- Raja as Aravind,Minister Nallathambi's relative
- Anuradha as Annapoorni
- Subramanian Gopalakrishnan as Karthik
- Aravish as Sathish Prabhakaran
- Nivisha as Sangeetha Sathish Prabhakaran,Moorthy's niece
- Sribala as Ravi
- Balaji as Amar, IPS Mantra Gayatri Devi 's husband.
- Bhavani as Sathyakala's mother
- G. K. as Velliangiri, Sathyakala's ex-husband, who is killed by Gayathri.
- Deepa as Mangama, Supporter of Gayathri in climax
It was written by lyricist Yugabharathi, composed by music director Kiran. It was sung by Naresh Iyer.
|1.||'Kaalai Ezhunthathum |
|2.||'Thannir Kudam Pola |
|3.||'Moodaadhe paasu kadhavu |
(மூடாதே பாசு கதவு)'
The series was directed S. Kumaran and It was produced by Vikatan Televistas Pvt Ltd, along with the production crew of 2001-2016.
Awards and nominations
|2013||Tamil Nadu State Television Awards||Best Serial||Deivamagal||Won|
|Best Negative Role Female||Rekha Krishnappa||Gayathri||Won|
|Best Dubbing Artist-Male||Krishna||Prakash||Won|
|Best Dubbing Artist-Female||Vani Bhojan||Sathya Priya||Won|
|2014||Vikatan Awards||Best Serial||Deivamagal||Won|
|2014||Mylapore Academy Awards||Best Director||S. Kumaran||Won|
|Best Supporting Actor Male||Auditor Sridhar||Devaraj||Won|
|Best Negative Role Female||Sabitha Anand||Saroja||Won|
|2014||Sun Kudumbam Awards 2014||Best Serial||Deivamagal||Won|
|Best Mamanaar||S. V. S. Kumar||Chidhambaram||Won|
|Best Screenplay||Ve .Ki. Amirtharaj||Won|
|Best Director||S. Kumaran||Won|
|Best Negative Role Female||Rekha Krishnappa||Gayathri||Won|
|Best Actor Male Lead||Krishna||Prakash||Nominated|
|Best Actress Female Lead||Vani Bhojan||Sathyapriya||Nominated|
|Best Mamiyaar||Vennira Aadai Nirmala||Janaki||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actor Male||Auditor Sridhar||Devaraj||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actor Female||Sindhu Shyam||Thilaga Raju||Nominated|
|Best Sister Award||Shabnam||Dharani||Nominated|
|Best Comedian Male||Ganesh||Moorthy||Nominated|
|Best Dialogue Writer||Vasu Bharathi||Nominated|
|Best Dubbing Artist-Male||Krishna||Prakash||Nominated|
|Best Dubbing Artist-Female||Vani Bhojan||Sathyapriya||Won|
|2015||Vikatan Awards||Best Serial||Deivamagal||Won|
|2018||Galatta Nakshathra Awards||Best Actor||Krishna||Prakash||Nominated|
|Best Actress||Vani Bhojan||Sathyapriya||Won|
|Best Villain||Rekha Krishnappa||Gayathri||Won|
The series has been remade into in Telugu language as Jabilamma broadcast on Gemini TV, Malayalam language as Bhagyalakshmi broadcast on Surya TV and Kannada language as Chandra Chakori broadcast on Udaya TV.
|Country||Language||Channel||Show Name||Aired (Date)|
|India||Malayalam language||Surya TV||Bhagyalakshmi||5 February 2014 – 2016|
|Telugu language||Gemini TV||Jabilamma||24 February 2014 – 11 September 2015|
|Kannada language||Udaya TV||Chandra Chakori||2 June 2014 - 2014|
The series was released on 25 March 2013 on Sun TV and also aired 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 and Sub Saharan Africa on Sun TV.
- The drama is episodes on their app Sun Nxt
- The show's episodes were released on Official YouTube channel Vikatan TV.
- It is also available via the internet protocol television service, Lebara Play and YuppTV.
- In Sri Lanka Tamil Channel on Shakthi TV. It airs Monday through Friday.
- It was aired in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh on Gemini TV Dubbed in Telugu language as Oohala Pallakilo. The show premiered on 7 October 2013 and last aired on 21 February 2014 and ended with 91 episodes.
- It also aired in Sri LankaTamil Channel on Shakthi TV.
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- ^'Deivamagal comes to an end'. Times of India.
- ^Naig, Udhav; Ramakrishnan, Deepa H. (29 March 2015). 'Megaserial Milestone'. The Hindu. Retrieved 16 February 2018.
- ^'Playing a strong negative role helps bag the attention of more viewers'. Times of India.
- ^'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. Archived from the original on 11 November 2017. Retrieved 16 February 2018.
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