Tinkle contest winners meet CID Heroes

MUMBAI :Sony Entertainment Television (SET) organized a fun-filled afternoon for TINKLE Contest winners with their favourite CID Heroes. Trisha Roy from Bengaluru, Kaustubh B from Ahmedabad, Arundhati Joshi and Raghav Binwal from Mumbai, along with kids from various Mumbai schools were excited to interact in person with their

on- screen heroes and click photographs with them. The CID team actively shared safety tips with kids and felicitated the Tinkle contest winners with certificates and gift hampers.

?We are very excited about this opportunity for our young readers. CID has captured the imagination of our young readers and we got a great response to the ?meet the CID cast? contest that we ran in Tinkle. The 4 winners have come from different regions of the country ? proving both ? the popularity of Tinkle and of CID? said Mr. Manas Mohan, COO, ACK Media.

Mr. Gaurav Seth, Senior VP Marketing and Communications SET stated, ?CID is a very popular show amongst kids, hence it was the right opportunity to partner with Tinkle and get them to meet their favourite CID heroes.?

?As an avid reader of Tinkle, I am so happy that I got an opportunity to meet Daya uncle, he is my favourite amongst the CID team?, said Trisha from Bengaluru.

Tinkle magazine associated with Sony Entertainment Television to organize an engaging contest where kids had to answer two multiple-choice questions about the Tinkle characters ?Defective Detectives?. The contestants then had to give their opinion on the CID characters through a subjective question. The contest participation page was published in Tinkle Magazine and Tinkle Digest of April 2013 and The winners were selected on the basis of the best answers for the subjective CID question and the correct answers for the two objective questions about Defective Detectives.

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