The Increasing Worth of Homegrown Cartoon Characters

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    Marvel, DC, Pixar, Disney; we are all familiar with these box-office juggernauts.

    If you have any issues relating to where and how to use the simpsons mug, you can contact us at our webpage. The frontier film and television studios of the world, they have been proffering fantastical content since a very long time. It includes both the animated and live-action programs. Our grandparents may not understand terms like ‘Skynet’ or ‘Prometheus’ but they can surely share their thoughts on ‘Spiderman’ and ‘Superman’.

    Reason being these comic figures was originated way back in time when the people of our country had just become liberal and regained possession from the rule of the British. Who knows if we weren’t so occupied with political issues then maybe we would be having our own roster of homegrown characters and superheroes.

    Nevertheless, this is not the case as we lack big time in terms of having our own cartoon characters that can compete with the years old established cartoon figures from the numerous foreign terrains. Be it Pokemon from Japan, or Simpsons from America; the list of International counterparts is extensive and it is an ‘almost’ insurmountable challenge to overcome for the domestic studio heads.

    I used the term ‘almost’ because it is not yet completely implausible. A decade ago when the bombardment of comic book based cartoon shows were gradually conquering the Indian market, our first homegrown cartoon ‘Chhota Bheem’ saved the food and shelter of the native 3D animators and designers.

    And now, after years of hard work and dedication, their efforts have reaped fruits. A kid may or may not watch the latest episode of ‘Avengers Assemble’ but he makes sure to not miss a second of ‘Chhota Bheem’.

    Post the success of the show, a lot of thought was given behind its triumph.

    One of the many conclusive points included the fact of bestowing kids with content that is extracted from their own cultural heritage. ‘Bheem’ is an uber famous mythological character which kids find very fascinating. Known for embodying great physical strength, the character incorporates the potential to inspire kids to be brave and strong.
    And it is doubtlessly doing the same to millions of children across the globe.

    Fathoming the key factor that people love seeing characters in films and animated shows that represent their own country, a lot of related shows surfaced pretty soon after.

    As much as the crowd loves to watch Batman taking on Superman, they hold similar amount of excitement to watch ‘Krrish’ battling ‘The Flying Jatt’.

    The point is that we were in a horrendous state before but things are way better now. There is an actual shot at redemption. Only thing that needs to be done is to come up with more and more homegrown cartoon shows and characters that can grab the attention of kids and compel them to appreciate the grandeur of their own country.

    Maha Cartoon TV is one of its kind Hindi cartoon channels i.e. putting their best efforts possible in to bridging the gap between national and international animation standards and proffering the native audience with vibrant and inspiring homegrown cartoon shows.

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