Jabardasth Comedy Show – 20th Jul

Show/Serial:Jabardasth Comedy Show
Starring:Roja, Anasuya
Channel:ETV Telugu

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The Jabardasth with a tagline of Katharnak Comedy Show,[1] is a Telugu TV comedy show, rated "5 star" among Telugu shows, and broadcast on the ETV channel, in Telugu States, India. The show is produced by Mallemala entertainments and Directed by director duo Nitin and Bharath.

Jabardasth Comedy Show

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Part1 : Part2 – 20th Jul

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Part1 : Part2 – 19th Jul
Part1 : Part2 – 13th Jul
Part1 : Part2 – 12th Jul
Part1 : Part2 – 6th Jul
Part1 : Part2 – 5th Jul
Part1 : Part2 – 29th June
Part1 : Part2 – 28th June
Part1 : Part2 – 22nd June
Part1 : Part2 – 21st June
Part1 : Part2 – 15th June
Part1 : Part2 – 14th June
Part1 : Part2 – 8th June
Part1 : Part2 – 7th June
Part1 : Part2 – 30th May
Part1 : Part2 – 23rd May
Part1 : Part2 – 16th May
Part1 : Part2 – 9th May
Part1 : Part2 – 2nd May
Part1 : Part2 – 24th April
Part1 : Part2 – 18th April
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Part1 : Part2 – 21st Mar
Part1 : Part2 – 14th Mar
Part1 : Part2 – 7th Mar
Part1 : Part2 – 29th Feb
Part1 : Part2 – 22nd Feb
Part1 : Part2 – 15th Feb
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Part1 : Part2 – 30 Nov
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Part1 : Part2 – 16th Nov
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Part1 : Part2 – 26th Oct
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Part1 : Part2 – 28th Sep
Part1 : Part2 : Part3 : Part4 – 21st Sep
Part1 : Part2 : Part3 : Part4 – 14th Sep
Part1 : Part2 : Part3 : Part4 – 7th Sep


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Parthiban himself is a multifaceted artist known for his diverse filmography. His role in the Telugu film Racha exemplifies his acting prowess across genres and languages, solidifying his position as a prominent figure in Indian cinema. Despite the recent criticism, Parthiban remains a significant voice in shaping the discourse on cinema and its influence on audiences.

The ongoing debate serves as a crucial reminder of the constant negotiation between star power and storytelling in filmmaking. Parthiban’s willingness to address the controversy and apologize highlights a desire for constructive dialogue within the industry. Moving forward, the conversation will likely explore ways to achieve a balance between the undeniable appeal of star actors and the enduring power of a well-written story.