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Zee Cinema to air the animated movie Smurfs - The Lost Village on Saturday, 21st July at 12pm

Zee Cinema to air the animated movie Smurfs - The Lost Village on Saturday, 21st July at 12pm

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MUMBAI: If you’ve watched The Smurfs and The Smurfs 2, you’re probably aware of the tiny blue creatures with white clothes and droopy hats living out their lives in blissful coexistence. Now get ready to immerse yourself into another exciting adventure of the Smurfs, as they venture into the ‘Forbidden Forest’ where a legendary ‘lost village’ is believed to have been resting. Zee Cinema, Home Of Blockbusters is all set to showcase the adorable story of Smurfs – The Lost Village on Saturday, 21st July at 12 noon. The movie is the third instalment of the popular Smurfs animation franchise and has been a success worldwide. The Hindi voice cast for the movie includes Prachi Saathi, Sahil Vaid, Shanoor Mirza, Amit Diondyi, Shahnawaz Pradhan and Anil Dutt. 

In a peaceful Smurf village, Clumsy Smurf, Brainy Smurf, Hefty Smurf and Smurfette live along with Papa Smurf and hundreds of other Smurfs. Accidently, Smurfette ventures into the Forbidden Forest and is kidnapped by the evil wizard Gargamel. While Gargamel brews a mix that helps him locate a secret village on a map, Hefty, Brainy, and Clumsy help Smurfette escape and return to the Smurf Village.  On the other hand, Papa Smurf dismisses any claims of a secret village filled with Smurfs and punishes the four for disobeying the rules. But, Smurfette is determined to locate the lost village and the gang follows the map and embark on a journey to the lost village called Smurfy Grove. Here they encounter bizarre creatures and come face to face with their worst fear!

Will Gargamel succeed in finding the lost village before the Smurfs? What is the secret behind Smurfy Grove and who lives there? Embarking on a roller coaster journey full of action and danger, the Smurfs are on a course that leads to the discovery of THE biggest secret in Smurf history!

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