Digital Nominations are now open as the chariot visits all 30 districts of Karnataka – ZEE Kannada Kutumba Awards 2021
ZEE Kannada, the no. 1 channel in the Kannada television industry, is set to recognize the diverse and exemplary talent within the ‘ZEE Kannada Kutumba’ this October. The channel inaugurates the Kutumba Awards 2021 with a chariot flag-off that is scheduled to visit its ardent fans across all 30 districts of Karnataka to encourage digital voting through the ZEE5 application for the various entertainment programmes and the ZEE family artists.
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The event was held in the presence of Raghavendra Hunsur, Business Head, ZEE Kannada and ZEE Picchar along with Nada Brahma Hamsalekha ZEE Kannada artists Anirudh Jatkar,Mehga Shetty,Namrutha Gowda, Ninaad Harithsa, Sagar Biligowda and Gowthami Jadhav, Mokshitha Pai and Sharath Padmanabh were present on 4th October at ITC Windsor.
Commenting on the chariot flag-off, Raghavendra Hunsur, Business Head, ZEE Kannada and ZEE Picchar said, “ZEE Kutumba Awards is one of the most anticipated award ceremonies In the Karnataka television industry as it continues extends it reach and scope year by year. In our 15th year we are geared up to pay tribute to all members of the ‘ZEE Kutumba’ who have contributed towards establishing and strengthening ZEE Kannada’s position as one of the fastest-growing General Entertainment Channels in Karnataka, especially in the pandemic era.
This year we have launched a digital chariot to travel across Karnataka for the platform we have created on the ZEE5 Application where viewers can vote for their favorite actors and technicians. It goes to say that our viewers play a crucial role in our success and therefore, it is an honour to not just acknowledge but reward the winners through the votes of our viewers. We look forward to receiving a multitude of voters this year.”
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