If you are a parent of a young one between 3-12, there are good chances that you have heard of Chhota Bheem. Maybe, your young one watches it on television and you might have seen your young one reading of the the 57 comic titles as well. This Indian cartoon character has become quite a craze among young children in our country.
Green Gold animation from Hyderabad started the cartoon series on Pogo (the TV channel) and that caught the imagination of children across the country. This perhaps was the first cartoon character and series of Indian origin with culturally integrated stories, and locally done animation that has become a hit this big.
Bheem is a child (named after the mighty Pandav from Mahabharat) and the story is about his friends' and his adventures. The cartoon series on television got popular enough for the producers to start selling DVDs of the episodes. Those caught on too, and that resulted in the producer coming out with the 57 titles in comic books, t-shirts, stationery items and much more.
The clever weaving of stories keep the children's interest alive through the episodes. What really clicks perhaps is the fact that the stories are readily identifiable unlike any other non-Indian cartoon series. This could be the making of the first cartoon based empire in our country.
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