A fun-filled rendezvous with Nicktoons Motu Patlu at Imagica

MUMBAI: This Friday saw the awesome twosome Motu Patlu give a treat to their little fans at India’s favourite theme park, Imagica. A host of interactive activities were planned around Motu Paltu’s new movie – Motu Patlu aur Khazaane ki Race for the kiddies at the park.


The highlight of the day was the exciting Treasure Hunt that was spread across various rides and attractions at Imagica. As a part of the activity organized for the kids, they were divided into various teams and each team was allowed to pick a name for their teams.  The kids were engrossed and thoroughly enjoyed running all over the park and looking for clues to win the Treasure Hunt. The winners were awarded goodies by Motu Paltu who happily engaged and posed for pictures with the children.


Post the activities, Motu Patlu and the kids set out to explore the enchanted world of Imagica and had a gala time experiencing the 25 themed rides & attractions, 5 themed restaurants offering a variety of global cuisines and many more activities. They were also spotted enjoying the visually delightful Grand Imagica Parade in the evening.


Motu Patlu aur Khazaane ki Race is a new comic adventure airing on 26th January at 10.15 am on Nick. After saving a cute doggy from villain Mr. Chamko’s men, MotuPatlu realize that the goons were after a locket around the dog’s neck which has a map to a hidden treasure on the Christmas mountain. While Motu Patlu want the locket for the betterment of Furfurinagar, the villain Mr. Chamko has evil intentions. He hires Jon the Don while Motu Patlu take the help of Inspector Chingum, Dr. Jhatka & Ghaseetaram who all start a chase to the mountain for the hidden treasure.


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