Nickelodeon' Motu & Patlu celebrate International Yoga Day

MUMBAI: It was a fun filed Sunday for kids in Mumbai. On the occasion of International Yoga Day, kids along with Motu & Patlu performed simple yoga aasans. This event took place at Nehru Center, Worli.

The event saw around 500 kids interact with the characters; they helped the children perform aasans like butterfly, Starfish, flower, slide and many more. Motu and Patlu also spoke about the benefits of being healthy. On this occasion, Mrs Singh, one of the parents said “Introducing children to yoga at an early age helps them inculcate healthy lifestyle habits and set the foundation for a fit future. I am glad that such events happen in our city "Kian D’cruz a 4 year old student of Don Bosco said “I had a good time. I learnt flower and starfish, and I will also teach my mom this”

“I don’t like to exercise. But, Motu Patlu are my favorite. Motu taught me a few aasans and I enjoyed performing those aasanas. So I think I will do it daily,” said Yuvraj Sharma, 7, a student of Podar Jumbo Kids.

“I have seen my mom do yoga at home, but they are very hard for me to do. But the ones I learnt here today are simple and easy” said 8 year old Shelly Mahajan who is a resident of Kolkata.

Vidhi from St Xaviers high school, Airoli said “I did not know yoga had so many benefits, like proper breathing, weight loss. The poses I learnt today was so doable. I had a great time. After today, I’m in love with Motu Patlu even more. They made me do something I don’t like and I enjoyed myself. So now I can teach all my friends too”

The smiles on the faces of all these children were a true testament of happiness.

Fans were overjoyed to spend a day with their favorite on screen characters. All in all, it was a glorious success. And the kids were seen leaving the place with lasting memories and happy faces.

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