Cartoon Network to premiere‘Bandbudh aur Budbak’ from today

They’re zany, they’re absurd, they’re fun and they’re coming to Cartoon Network this month. From April 18, the channel will premiere ‘Bandbudh aur Budbak, a hilarious home-grown animated comedy every day at 10.30am and 7.30pm.

Cartoon Network to premiere‘Bandbudh aur Budbak’ from today

 Bandbudh aur Budbak’ follows the amusing adventures and capers of 10-year-old Budhdeb and Badrinath. Thick as thieves, they inevitably find themselves at the center of all ruckus, usually going scot-free with sheer luck or an irrational explanation. Brimming with whacky capers and whimsical antics, the show offers a perfect light-hearted respite from everyday humdrum.

Speaking about the acquisition, Abhishek Dutta, Network Head of Cartoon Network and POGO in South Asia, said, “Our portfolio is packed with shows from different genres that appeal to every fan. Investing in the home-grown animation, ‘Bandbudh aur Budbak’, was a decision driven solely by what our fans love.”

“The show has unique and memorable characters that evoke laughter in commonplace situations. The world of these central characters has a definitive Indian context, and features world-class animation, making the show absolutely relatable. In that sense, we continue to be truly glocal with our newest offering for our viewers, and we’re confident that they will love it.”

They’re zany, they’re absurd, they’re fun and they’re coming to Cartoon Network this month. From April 18, the channel will premiere ‘Bandbudh aur Budbak, a hilarious home-grown animated comedy every day at 10.30am and 7.30pm.

 ‘Bandbudh aur Budbak’ follows the amusing adventures and capers of 10-year-old Budhdeb and Badrinath. Thick as thieves, they inevitably find themselves at the center of all ruckus, usually going scot-free with sheer luck or an irrational explanation. Brimming with whacky capers and whimsical antics, the show offers a perfect light-hearted respite from everyday humdrum.

Speaking about the acquisition, Abhishek Dutta, Network Head of Cartoon Network and POGO in South Asia, said, “Our portfolio is packed with shows from different genres that appeal to every fan. Investing in the home-grown animation, ‘Bandbudh aur Budbak’, was a decision driven solely by what our fans love.”

“The show has unique and memorable characters that evoke laughter in commonplace situations. The world of these central characters has a definitive Indian context, and features world-class animation, making the show absolutely relatable. In that sense, we continue to be truly glocal with our newest offering for our viewers, and we’re confident that they will love it.”

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