- 30 Aug 2013
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Kalki Kannada, A Kannada General Entertainment Television Channel that was launched on the auspicious occasion of Vijayadashami in October 2015 is the launch pad of Whitehorse Network Services Pvt. Ltd. (WHN), led by a team of dynamic young innovative thinkers implementing media operation and services with current trend and sets.
WHN’s high-end infrastructure, with well-equipped state-of-the-art studio and latest editing technology and equipments, is packed to offer complete production packages with HD quality content to the viewers of the latest Kannada Television channel.
Kalki Kannada that is as young as 10 weeks old in the market, has already crossed 10 million viewers. The channel’s USP is that it offers completely original shows with no remakes from any other shows of any language. The channel does not only offer an innovative and interesting mix of shows across various genres while catering to its diversified audience, but it also promises to continuously keep working towards offering out-of-the-box content to viewers in the future.
P Kailasam, CEO of WHN
Mr. P Kailasam, CEO of WHN, says, “We are constantly engaging in focused group discussions with our viewers to ensure that we offer completely original Kannada programs”.
Kalki has already been offering an interesting bouquet of shows to its audience and is now launching two extremely captivating fiction shows Amnoru and Nee Iralu Jotheyalli starting today (11th Jan) evening between 8:00 and 9:00pm. “Amnoru”, which starts at 8:00pm today, is a socio-mythological drama depicting the fight between the Good and the Evil. The show entails the journey of lead protagonist ‘Kathyayini’, who fights against ‘Drushta’, the Devil Goddess aspiring to get a control over the whole World. The second show launching this evening at 8:30pm called “Nee Iralu Jotheyalli”, is an emotional romantic story of an orphan village girl who falls in love with a city boy but for some reason has to part ways with her love. The drama revolves around how the love between the lead casts re-blossoms because of their common affection for a little girl called ‘Neeli’.