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Where and when can kids tune in on Holi

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MUMBAI: It's that time of the year again when we celebrate the various shades in the spectrum that life is. Holi the festival of colors is knocking at your door; urging everyone to embrace it with open arms and hands full of Gulal. Keeping up with their traditions, several Kids Entertainment Channels have something prepared for the many tiny tots who plan to stay home and enjoy the festival on television. 

Pogo TV:Turner International India's Pogo TV is all set to make the day memorable for the kids with Rang Barse -- a grand affair with  Chhota Bheem and his Dholakpur ki toli along with Mighty Raju. The iconic characters are to launch a TV Special Rang Barse on 27 March 2016 at 12pm  and 6 pm. The fun begins on 23 and 24 March as Pogo brings to its fellow fans a special watch & win contest that will run all day on Holi.

Bags full of exciting prizes are kept in store for the lucky winners to grab onto in this colourful ride. The characters and their friends are all in the mood to get on an escapade, not letting anyone leave without being drenched in their masti. While they are seen celebrating with colours & music, there are evil forces present who want to turn the town colourless with their acts. Bheem’s strength & Raju’s intelligence combined will take the evil forces down.

Discovery Kids: Discovery Kids opens its doors for all its young fans to celebrate Holi with Kisna and his friends. Doubling the joy and fun for kids, Discovery Kids will present a special Kisna episode - Bura na mano holi hai in which Kisna and his friends will celebrate the festival of colours. The episode, airing on 24 March, 9  am to 10 pm,  will revolve around Kisna and his friends when they visit his uncle in Nandgaon to celebrate Holi with his family and cousins. Kids will witness flavors of Holi and the group of friends celebrating the festival with water, colors, sweets and lots of fun.

During the celebrations, Kisna and his friends will take up the challenge of winning the honorable flag in the competition arranged by the Mukhiya of Nandgaon. To reach the flag, kids will have to walk through a trap surrounded by people waiting to colour them from the roofs of their houses. The older group of kids who have been winning the competition every year in Nandgaon are confident that they will win this time as well.

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