The Original Indian Comic Chacha Chaudhary is making a comeback with his animated Series.
In this era of recreation, we 90’s kids aren’t ready to abandon our old, childhood memories. Not just yet.
Last year, it was the season 2 of Samurai Jack and this year its the famous Chacha Chaudhary. I’m feeling excited and nostalgic at the same time. And if you are a 90’s kid, this is a great news for you.
With over 10 million readers all over the world, Chacha Chaudhary is my favorite detective. No offense, but for me, Chacha is way better than the English cartoon Tintin.
I remember when I was a kid, my room was filled with all the comics of Chacha Chaudhry and I was crazy for the TV show as well. It was always the fun time with the comics. If you were a 90’s kid too, I am sure reading this post is making you really happy.
Who is doing the honors of bringing back Chacha?
Thanks to the Toonz media group for partnering with the Padam Shiri cartoonist Pran Kumar Sharma to bring back Chacha Chaudhry and Sabu in the form of an animated series.
On Tuesday the CEO of Toonz Media, P. Jaya Kumar announced in the Media that they are recreating everyone’s favorite Chacha Chaudhry but this time in the form of an animated series.
How many episodes? Where will it be available?
There will be a 26 episode series with the duration of 22 minutes. Thankfully, the series will be shot in English and broadcast on both the national and international media channels.
For those who don’t know much about Chacha Chaudhry, the comic’s first issue was launched in the market in 1971. The character of Chacha Chaudhry was a wise old man. He was always accompanied by tall and muscular Sabu, an inhabitant of the planet Jupiter.
Creating the perfect combination of wisdom and strength the comic became quite popular among kids and adults both.
I love the way how Chacha uses his wisdom and sometimes Sabu’s strength to achieve the difficult tasks like catching criminals and tricksters. The whole action and crime solving part which was enhanced by the humorous tone of the characters always left me laughing.
I think a great combination of all three was why the comic series was widely popular back then and is likely to acquire the same kind of appreciation from the next generation as well.