‘Chhota Chintu Bada Phenku’, 'Bhootraja Aur Ronnie’ and ‘Chatpat Jhatpat’ will premiere in November & December
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | November 2, 2012
This festive season, kids are in for a fun-filled, adventurous and humorous treat with three new movies from POGO. For the first time ever, POGO, kids leading entertainment channel, will premiere its first originally produced, animated television movie - Chhota Chintu Bada Phenku on November 4, 2012 at 12pm. That’s not all! POGO will also premiere its first live-action, television movie - 'Bhootraja Aur Ronnie’ towards November end, followed by Chatpat Jhatpat in mid December.
The concept of Chhota Chintu Bada Phenku has been developed by POGO and is animated by Green Gold Animation Studios. The story is about a 9 year old boy and the extent to which he will go to make himself sound cool by avoiding his homework, escaping his mother’s wrath and creating a loveable impression amongst peers. The humor and twist in the tale begins when all his tall tales start to come true. Now Chintu must come clean and find a way to make his wrongs right. The animated feature ‘Chhota Chintu Bada Phenku’ premieres on November 4, 2012 at 12pm.
'Bhootraja Aur Ronnie', premiering towards end November, is POGO’s first live-action TV feature conceptualized in-house and co-produced by Fireworks, production house of the successful live-action series CID. The movie revolves around the friendship between Ronnie, an 8 year old boy and Raja, a friendly ghost. On one hand Raja helps Ronnie overcome school bullies and on the other hand, Ronnie helps Raja to solve the mystery of his death. It is a story of friendship, bravery and justice.
Chatpat Jhatpat is a story about an optimistic, naughty, confident and brazen boy - Chatpat and his doppelganger but diametrically different meek and innocent friend - Jhatpat. This second live-action original production of POGO is created by Sphere Origins, makers of Balika Vadhu and premieres in mid December.
Monica Tata, General Manager, Entertainment Networks, South Asia, Turner International India Pvt. Ltd. said, “At POGO, our constant aim has been to provide quality and entertaining content to kids. By venturing into originally produced television features, we want to take a leap further into providing local content that resonates with Indian kids. The animation feature and the two live-action features have been conceptualized with sentiments of friendship, courage, loyalty, honestly and, above all, humor! It is going to be a visual delight for kids and families acrossIndia.”