Shemaroo releases Pangaa Gang on home video

MUMBAI: Within weeks of its theatrical release, Shemaroo Entertainment has released its latest 3D CGI animation film Pangaa Gang on home video.

Directed by Pankaj Sharma, the film deals with deforestation that is one of the contributing factors to the global environmental concern.

Pangaa Gang is set in modern times, in a beautiful place called Shantivan. The story follows the adventures of four kids with extraordinary powers, as they set out to defend their homeland, from unwelcome intruders.

Pangaa Gang exhibits friendship, action, emotions and is a fun filled ride with top of the line 3D CGI animation. Says director Sharma, "The film is one with a message. 

"Through regular interactions between children and animals we have tried to tackle issues of ‘deforestation‘ that is a topical subject. Most importantly, through this animation film we have taken a dig at people who cut woods without knowing what harm this would bring in to the people at large."

On being quizzed as to why the film is being brought on home video just few weeks of its theatrical release, Sharma avers, "This is because of the multiplex strike last year.

"In fact Bal Ganesh 2 was to release after this, but since it released earlier and there was question of the film going beyond its stipulated period, we had to withdraw the film. Otherwise, the film got good a response."

While the DVDs of the film are inclusive of board games and stickers, the VCDs come along with stickers.

The DVDs and VCDs of Pangaa Gang are priced at Rs 199 and Rs 99 respectively.

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