Augmenting its bouquet of offering, Colors Super rolls out a brand new genre of programming for its viewers
Bangaluru: Colors Super is set for the launch of its newest offering ‘Shaantam Paapam’, a crime-based fiction show airing at 9 PM on every Thursday to Saturday, the mystery thrill show will feature stories based on real life events of human frailties and diabolical transgressions.
Apparently, with the launch of Shaantam Paapam, Colors Super replaces the second part (Thursday to Saturday) of the void created by Bigg Boss Kannada 4, while the first part between Monday to Wednesday was covered with reality-comedy show Majaabharatha that started from Monday, 6th February 2017.
Each episode of Shaantam Paapam explores various societal evils, from violence against women and children to honor killing, from family disputes to extramarital affairs and many more such incidents of crime. The show aims to not only create awareness amongst the audience, but also expose the dark side of human nature and emphasize on strained emotions and underlying conflicts. The series starts Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 9pm.
Commenting on the launch of the show, ParameshwarGundkal, Business Head of Colors Kannada and Colors Super said,“Having recently launched our unique comedy show ‘Majaabharatha’, we are now exploring the crime-drama genre with ‘ShaantamPaapam’. The show has a very different approach to crime stories. It’s based on true life events, and looks at more than just awareness in the society. We are positive that the show will reach out to a larger audience and our efforts will be appreciated by all.”
Echoing the same sentiment, Programming Head, Colors Super, H S Vaishnavi said, “Shaantam Paapam is an effort to create cognizance about crime related instances that most of us are oblivious to. Our treatment of the show is unlike any other, with the narrator playing the part of not only a host but also a character in the story depicted in the episode. Creating a feeling of empathy, the show appeals to the audience for being vigilant and compassionate towards victims.”