After successfully having established its name as the best animation institute in the Eastern region of India, Hi-Tech Animation-a Kolkata based animation production house added another big feather in its cap by launching its very own channel for kids, Moople TV.
Moople TV is another wing of Hi-Tech Animation and the channel is bringing forth a series called DHINCHAK DINO. It is an animated cartoon series featuring characters Neel and Pari and their Dino Kid friends Rex, Packi, Tero, Tops and Stegy. The series will see original and unique content with brand new animation, lyrics, and music.
Dedicated to the theme of learning through entertainment, DHINCHAK DINO has some beautiful and subtle rhymes made to suit the taste of children and make them familiarize with elementary learning likes names of animals and their children, identifying and naming colors and insects among others.
As a channel dedicated to the learning and entertainment for kids, it debuts on YouTube on the 14th of November which is celebrated as the Children’s Day.
In an event at the gala launch of the channel, celebrity actors Dev and Koel Mullick graced the occasion along with students from various school children from Kolkata schools who put up a beautiful show and shared the spotlight with the superstars!!!! The event was hosted by RJ Ginia from Fever FM and RJ Arpita from Siti Channels.
It was a wonderful setting in the lush and spacious campus of Hi-Tech Animation at Topsia.
Moople TV initially plans to broadcast its content in Bengali but it will soon be followed by broadcasts in Hindi and other regional languages of India.
Directors of the firm Mr. Subrata Roy, Mr. Prashant Chopra and Mr. Anurag Chirimar said they are set to invest a lump sum for the creation of more content in Moople TV. They have taken this venture as a big challenge and plan to come with a Bengali Satellite Cartoon Channel within the next two years catering to the Bengali population not only in India but Bangladesh and other countries also where there is a significant presence of the Bengali population.
In later stages the same developments will be incorporated for the Hindi and other regional languages.
The future of edutainment for Indian children really look brightened with the introduction of Moople TV and the promise that it holds for us!!!!