Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Celebrate Ugadhi in Singapore by watching latest Tamil movies on YuppFlix

There is no better way to celebrate Ugadhi than by watching some wonderful Tamil movies online. It is a cheap and convenient way to bring the family together even if you are far away from home.  Those Indians that are resident in Singapore will find this a great way to connect to their home culture. You can share stories and plotlines with loved ones on the internet or via the phone. There are so many popular movies that are being shown with relevant cultural themes. One of the stars at the moment is "Pugazh" with its uplifting and exciting plotlines. This is a fantastic way to reconnect with your community and have a bit of family fun.

Get the Drama and your Favorite Stars

The offerings are virtually limitless. For example the drama “Soggade Chinni Nayana” has become something of a fan favorite with all its top great celebrity actors including Anasuya Bharadwaj, Ramya Krishnan and Lavanya Tripati. For as little as $4.99 you can watch some of the biggest and most popular feature films online. Highlights include: “The Man Who Knew Infinity” which came out in 2015. Alternatively you may go for “Dheepan”. This year we have some real blockbusters like “Kadhalum Kadanthu Pogum”. Next year there are rumors that “Robot 2” will be coming out. Many Indian communities in the diaspora enjoy watching this movies via pay per view because they are often in the original language and can be accessed outside the normal television scheduling.

Now that the preparations are seriously underway for Ugadhi, it is time to get those subscriptions going. The old VHS is quite obsolete and even DVDs are losing their sparkle. The new age is all about picking up your favorite movies online, at your convenience. Some of the early birds in the festivities include the Telugu community which has already started decorating homes and shopping for their entertainment. After the prayers and thanks for a blissful year; it will be time to watch all those great movies till the end of the day. Thankfully there are many Indian TV channels in Singapore to choose from. Being far away from home does not mean that you have to miss out on the fun. Get the kids and the rest of the family to join in by helping you to select the movies that you will be watching. This year seems particularly exciting so we wish you a wonderful Ugadhi day with lots of family entertainment. 

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