Hungama TV to air antics of 'Shin Chan' from 19 June

MUMBAI:The series featuring the naughty antics Shin Chan that has garnered huge popularity in Europe, Latin America and the Far East, will now be brought to India. Come 19 June, Hungama TV will air Shin Chan every weekday, Monday to Friday at 5 pm.

Viewers can witness the hilarious histrionics of the Nohara family as they struggle to cope with the hurricane, that is, their five year old son, Shin Chan.

Hungama TV COO Zarina Mehta said, "Shin Chan, like Doraemon, is one of the top 3 shows in the Asian region. Shin Chan's innocence and antics form a deadly mix designed to give entire families a wonderful time. We welcome Shin Chan to the Hungama Family of fabulous, memorable characters, which include Hero, Sanya, Doraemon, Kochikame & YuGiOh! ".

Without even trying hard, Shin-Chan manages to be a one-kid disaster squad. Shin Chan can single-handedly turn a pleasant afternoon into a long and never-ending battle of wits. He provides all age groups with something they can relate to - his devilish charm, his care-free attitude, and his curiosity for new things. He just lets it all out and isn't afraid of what others think. This, unfortunately, is the very reason he always succeeds in invoking his mother Mitsy's short temper. Watch Shin Chan and his little sister, Daisy whose innocent looks are deceiving, along with his pet dog named Lucky, who is anything but that!



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