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Mattel makes Children's Day special with 'Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses'

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MUMBAI: On the occasion of Children's Day, Mattel Toys India organized a special screening, courtesy Fun Cinemas and Rajshri Media - Mattel's mobile content partner, of Barbie's latest movie, Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses.

The event was specially organized for the children from 'Make a Wish Foundation of India' and other Barbie fans from across Mumbai city,

The movie which is the sixth from Barbie Entertainment portrays Barbie and her sisters' love for dance, team spirit, togetherness and art. The film shows little girls, the importance and power of family, of togetherness and team spirit and conveys the message that one can make a difference. The graceful moves of the New York City Ballet Group are captured via motion-capture technology in the movie, states the release.

Celebrity parents including Archanan Puran Singh with Hubby Parmeet Singh, Rajeshwari Sachdev, Deepti Bhatagar, Walusha Robinson and Pallavi Joshi with their toddlers were present to grace the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, Mattel Toys India managing director Sanjay Luthra said, "Barbie has always focused on spreading the message of love, togetherness and self confidence through her movies. Today, we are happy that we could put a smile on the faces of young fans from across the city."

Adding on to the celebrations, managing and founder trustee of Make-A-Wish Foundation of India Uday Joshi commented, "We thank Mattel Toys for providing our children with this opportunity to watch this fun-filled movie Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses. Barbie has always been a favourite with our children and Mattel Toys have in the past too shown generosity in sponsoring a few of their products for our children's Barbie Wishes. We look forward to your continued support to reach out and fulfill many more wishes."

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