Chennai, 25th April 2018: Colors Super Kids, a versatile talent show for kids, is all set to showcase stunning talents of seven kids in its upcoming episode on 28th and 29th April 2018. Hosted by the vibrant host, RJ Vijay, the upcoming weekend’s episode will witness child prodigies showcasing a variety of talent ranging from archery, skating, painting and many more.
Hailing from the surf town, Mahabalipuram, Kamali an eight year old girl is set to rock the stage on Colors Super Kids with her surfing skills. Started at the age of three, Kamali is one of the youngest girls from Tamil Nadu to learn skateboarding and one of the first in her family to pursue education in English medium. Vijay, an 11 year old physically challenged boy is an ace artist who uses painting as a medium to communicate with the world around him. Catch him teach some of the finest strokes to host RJ Vijay on this weekend’s episode. Joining Kamali and Vijay, watch seven year old Shivani exhibit her outstanding skills in Archery by shooting 100 arrows in a board and teach master skills to host Vijay.
Don’t miss all the excitements unfold on Colors Super Kids this weekend from 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM in in Colors Tamil Channel. The channel is available in all leading cable networks and on all DTH platforms – Sun Direct (CH NO 128), Tata Sky (CHN NO 1555), Airtel (CHN NO 763), Dish TV (CHN NO 1808) and Videocon D2H (CHN NO 553).
About COLORS Tamil: Launched in the month of February, 2018, Colors Tamil is the youngest family entertainment channel from Viacom18 that thrives to entertain Tamil speaking viewers, around the globe, through distinctive and most powerful stories that empathize, inspire and celebrate a woman and her family. Positioned as “Idhu Namma Oru Coloru”, Colors Tamil primarily focuses on storytelling and matches the heritage of the traditionally rich Tamil Nadu culture with qualitative and innovative programming. Some of our flagship programmes are Velunatchi, Perazhagi, Sivagami, Arya’s Enge Veetu Maapilai, Colors Super Kids and many more to come.