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Gokulathil Seethai is a 2008-2009 Tamil family thriller soap opera starring Sanghavi, Babloo Prithiveeraj, Delhi Kumar and Sulakshana. It replaced Attam Pattam and it broadcast on Kalaignar TV from on 22 September 2008 to 23 October 2009.[1][2][3][4] This is the series through which Sanghavi made her debut into the television.

Gokulathil Seethai
Gokulathil Seethai serial.jpg
Cover photo for Gokulathil Seethai
GenreTamil soap opera
Written bydialogue
Babu Yogeshwaran
Screenplay byBabu Yogeshwaran
Directed byC.J Basker
Babloo Prithiveeraj
Delhi Kumar
Theme music composerDhina
Opening theme"Kartinile"
Sadhana Sargam
Country of originTamil Nadu
Original language(s)Tamil
No. of episodes200+
Production location(s)Palani
Tamil Nadu
CinematographyR. Raghunatha Reddy
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running timeapprox. 20-22 minutes per episode
Production company(s)Srithan Productions
Original networkKalaignar TV
Original release22 September 2008 (2008-09-22) –
23 October 2009
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The show was directed by C.J Basker.[5] It also aired in Australia Tamil channel on Global Tamil Vision. From 2017 the show was relaunched in Mega TV.



The story starts in Palani with middle class girl named Sita (Sanghavi). Gokul (Babloo Prithiveeraj) proposed to Sita and they get married with Sita's family's approval. However soon after getting married Sita comes to know about Gokul's psychotic and Sita decides to leave Gokul. Sita elopes from Gokul's house and starts a new life in Chennai but Gokul follows her there and again creating havoc in her life. Gokul plans to kill Sita. Will he succeed or will Sita fight back?


Main castEdit

Sita Family



The series was directed C.J Basker, along with the directed crew of 1991-2010 Sun TV Serials Chithi (1999-2001) , Manaivi (2004-2006),Anjali (2006-2008).

Title trackEdit

The title track of this particular series was recorded in Mumbai.

It was composed Dhina and sung by Sadhana Sargam.


Track list
(காற்றினிலே) Title Song"
DhinaSadhana Sargam4:00


The Mylapore academy 40th annual Television awards function, were held on September 20, 2009 at the Narada Gana Sabha Auditorium.

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2009 The 40 Mylapore Academy Awards[7] Best Dialogue Babu Yogeshwaran Won
Best Screenplay Won

International broadcastEdit

The Series was released on 22 September 2008 on Kalaignar TV. The Show was also broadcast internationally on Channel's international distribution. It airs in Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, South East Asia, Middle East, Oceania, South Africa and Sub Saharan Africa on Kalaignar TV and also aired in United States, Canada, Europe on Kalaignar Ayngaran TV.


  1. ^ "Gokulathil Seethai serial". Retrieved 3 October 2008.
  2. ^ "Sanghavi acting serial in Kalaignar TV".
  3. ^ "New Serial on Kalaignar TV". Retrieved 8 October 2009.
  4. ^ "gokulathil-seethai serial Gallery".
  5. ^ "Kalaignar TV Serial as gokulathil seethai".
  6. ^ "Sanghavi as Seethai". Retrieved 19 September 2009.
  7. ^ "The Mylapore Academy Drama awards". Retrieved 18 September 2009.

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