Hungama TV unveils Pyjama Contest based on mythological shows

MUMBAI: Hunmaga TV has unveiled a new Pyjama contest. This time, the contest is named ‘Kahani Pyjama, Kida Aur Mahahungama Ki’ and is centred around mythological remakes. In the battle named ‘Mahahungama’, the Pyjama heroes (resembling ‘Pandavas’) and their armies will take positions against ‘Keedas‘, the enemies. Hungama TV will rely on the kids across India to join Mahahungama.

The contest will run for three weeks. The first week will witness the clash of foot soldiers from both the forces; in the second week, it will be the battle between the cavalries and the third week will see the clash of the titans where the five Pyjama Heroes fight it out with the Keeda Generals.

Kids have to take away the weapons used at war by noting the unique codes on the weapons and quickly reporting back the codes to Hungama TV by a call or via SMS. The Mahahungama Weapons include ‘Newspaper Astra’ (Vicious newspaper arrows that swat the Keeda force), ‘ Inkbomb Astra’ (a destructive weapon that drops “Ink” on the clean Pyjamas), ‘Istri Astra’ (a powerful weapon that rolls the Pyjamas flat) on the channel.

Informers will make surprise appearances on the channel, giving the viewers clues about when they can spot the various Mahahungama weapons.

Participants can win prizes including 100 Binoculars, 50 Ear Mounted Spy Lights, 25 Spy Vision Goggles, and a Nintendo Wii along with invisible ink pens which can be won every day.

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