Chutti TV

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Chutti TV
Chutti TV logo.jpg
Launched 30 April 2007 (2007-04-30)
Network Sun TV Network
Owned by Sun Group
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Slogan Idhu Enga Area!
Country India
Language Tamil
Broadcast area India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia
Headquarters Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Sister channel(s) Kushi TV
Chintu TV
Kochu TV
Website Official Website
TATA Sky Channel 709
Dish TV Channel 912
Videocon d2h Channel 809
Airtel digital TV Channel 506
Reliance Digital TV Channel 806
Sun Direct Channel 110
Astro Channel 213

Chutti TV is a 24-hour Tamil kids television channel from the Sun TV Network in India. The target audience are children aged between 3 and 14. It was launched on 30 April 2007, making it Sun TV Network's first television channel for kids.

Chutti TV is a free-to-air channel available on most local cable television networks. On the DTH platform, the channel is available on Tata Sky in India via Channel 709. It is also available on ASTRO in Malaysia via Channel 213.

Chutti TV broadcasts the shows dubbed into Tamil which are acquired from the leading production houses around the globe. The international shows are given local resonance and a lot of regional flavo

Content networks[edit]



  • Chutti Seithigal
  • Comedy Juniors
  • Daddy My Hero
  • Rum Bum Bum
  • School Singer
  • School Savari
  • Spell Champ: Power of Words

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