Wanna Meet Chhota Bheem?

Published: 06th May 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th May 2015 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

This May, children need not be glued to the television to catch episodes of Chhota Bheem. He and and his buddies have moved out of Dholkapur for a vacation to meet children and adults alike at Forum Vijaya Mall, Vadapalani. The eight lead characters of the show – Chota Bheem, Pyaari Chutki, Jaggu Bandar, Raju, Princess Indumati, Kalia, Dholu and Bholu would meet the little ones who come to the mall.

Chhota Bheem.jpgAt a summer carnival at the mall the lead characters from Chhota Bheem, an Indian animated comedy-adventure series which focuses on adventures of a boy named Bheem and his friends in fictional city-state of Dholakpur, will come alive for the next couple of weeks, till May 17. In the daily fun zones created for the children, the characters will play 20-20 cricket with the kids. Bheem will be spotted doing the stuff that he’s known for on the series, such as save princess Indumati from the pirates, challenge his opponent Hercules and lift the star off his belt as well. Also, look out for a flying horse as a part of the fun!

The event which kicked off recently has the lead characters ready to meet the children during special meet and greet days, over weekend afternoons and evenings as well, starting from May 9. Besides these activities, children will also be taught origami, self-defense, clay modelling and power yoga.

Those who wish to meet their favourite characters from the show can visit www.theforumvijayamallchennai.com or call 49049000

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