Excel to release kids-based DVDs on Children's Day

MUMBAI: On the occasion of Children‘s Day, Excel Home Videos will bring out its collection of children-related DVDs for its child consumers, nicknaming it as a Children‘s DVD Film Festival.
Says a spokesman of the company, "There is no festival as such. It‘s only that we are promoting all our DVDs meant for children viewing. These DVDs would be available at all leading stores and at prices lower than the original price from 11 to 15 November."

The highlight of the so-called film festival will be the DVD release of Ice Age 3, the third highest grossing animated film of all time with $807 million worldwide directed by Oscar nominated director Carlos Saldanha and Night At The Museum 2.

Says Excel Home Videos Managing Director MN Kapasi, "Children today are extremely drawn to movies understanding that it is easier to mould their minds at a young age.
"We have taken up the responsibility to ensure that they are exposed to the right films. The movies chosen for the Children‘s Film Fest, along with offering quality entertainment, will help the kids develop a deep sense of appreciation for great film making."

The other DVDs that would be available include Ice age, Ice Age 2: The Meltdown, Night At The Museum, Dr Dolittle Series, Home Alone Series, Garfield Movies, Horton: Hears A Who!, Alvin And The Chipmunks, Baby‘s Day Out, Robots, Titan A.E., Heidi, Ramayana, Halo, Dunston Checks In, Jingle All The Way, Miracle On 34th Street.

Other DVDs that will be available include Power Rangers: The Movie, The Sandlot: Heading Home, Tell Me Why series, Bob The Builder series, Barney series, Thomas & Friends series, Pingu series, Kipper series, Oswald series, Bravestarr, Vikram Betal, My Baby Can Talk series, Galloping Minds series, Britannica series, Garfield Animation series and many more.

DVDs will be available at leading DVD stores across the country namely Landmark, Odessey, Planet M and Crossword.

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