'Disney Hour Kids Awards 2003' in March

MUMBAI: If awards for adult "performers" can become annual fixtures, why not for kids.

Buena Vista Television India has announced that it is all set for the Disney Hour Kids Awards 2003, scheduled to be held in March 2003.

The awards, which premiered in India in 2002, are on the lines of the 'Disney Channel Kids Awards' held annually in the UK. There are eight categories: Hindi movie actor and actress, sportsperson, Disney Hour pal, Hindi movie, Hindi movie song, TV personality male and female.


According to a release, the winners in the categories will be decided on the basis of votes sent in by children. Also, eight lucky children from the winning entries received, will be drawn to meet and greet the awardees of the 'Disney Hour Kids Awards' contest. Participation is open only to children in the age group of 5-15 years, the release adds.

Children can cast their votes by either filling up forms or by logging onto

The forms are available at the Disney stations at Pantaloons' outlets in select cities, Disney Hour Kids' Awards Vote Express- a travelling roadshow that will distribute forms at schools and at kids' hangouts, February 2003 issue of Diamond comics and Flip top sachets of Pass Pass, states the release.

The voting is open till February 21 and the results of the contest will be announced on a special episode on Disney Hour in March 2003.

Celebratory partners on the Disney Hour Kids' Awards are Pass Pass, Parle Products , Rasna , The Laughing Cow, Pantaloons, Diamond Comics and Indian Airlines.

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