Online Concert promises popular Tamil songs by melody royals

Venkat Raman

Venkat Raman

Auckland, November 12, 2020

New Zealand Tamil Associations jointly celebrate Deepavali 2020 with Tamils everywhere


                                                           Dhivagran Santhosh (Diwakar)

If you have heard Dhivagran Santhosh (popularly known as Diwakar) rendering ‘Neeye Unakku Endrum Nigaravan’ (from Bale Pandiya, a 1962 Tamil film) on Super Singer series of Vijay TV (that song won his the title in 2014) and longed for more, you would have another chance this weekend.

Diwakar will join Mookkuthi Murugan, Anuradha Sriram, Priyanka NK and others in ‘Isai Sangamam,’ billed as a ‘Grand Musical Extravaganza,’ on Friday, November 13, 2020 from 1130 am Indian Standard Time or 7 pm New Zealand Time.

The Programme will be broadcast live on Facebook. Please follow

Anuradha Sriram


Combined effort

Wellington Mutamizh Sangam is presenting the Programme in conjunction with Muthtamil Sangam Auckland, Auckland Tamil Association, Tamil Association of New Zealand and Tamil Sangam Waikato (Hamilton) as a Deepavali offering.


Priyanka NK

The singers will be supported by Mounaragam Orchestra organised by Maunaraagammurali.

The E-Concert is free to watch.

Tamil music industry

The Tamil film music industry is a highly progressive and lucrative industry, accounting for millions of dollars in revenue every year. Music directors, composers, singers, instrumentalists and technicians from almost all the States of India have been beneficiaries of the magnanimity of Tamil Nadu, known as ‘The Land that welcomes, embraces and promotes all.’

The film industry is perhaps an excellent example of this belief, for, a large number of actors (including Rajnikanth), music directors (M S Viswanathan), singers (S P Balasubrahmanyam) have achieved fame and fortune through Tamil films.

The richness of Tamil film music will come alive at ‘Isai Sangamam,’ on Friday, November 13, 2020.

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