Colors Gujarati adds kids’ shows to its programming lineup

Colors Gujarati adds kids’ shows to its programming lineup

The new shows will begin airing from 7 February onwards.

Colors Gujarati

Mumbai: Colors Gujarati has added the kids’ shows "Motu Patlu" and "Gattu Battu" and mythological show "Shrimad Bhagwat Mahapuran" to its programming. 

Starting from 7 February onwards, "Motu Patlu" will air at 5 p.m, "Gattu Battu" will air at 5.30 p.m and "Shrimad Bhagwat Mahapuran" will air at 6 p.m, respectively.

“After the success of our fiction shows we are glad to bring some of the finest properties from our own network in our own language,” said Colors Gujarati business head Vipul Nagar. “Kids are a key viewership segment on television, and we hope it will grow stronger in times to come. Both ‘Motu Patlu’ and ‘Gattu Battu’ are already popular amongst kids and bringing them along with Shrimad Bhagwat Mahapuran in our own language will only enhance our commitment towards the Gujarati audience.”

"Motu Patlu" is the story of two friends and their daily activities. The show focuses on the two landing themselves in trouble and then being rescued only by sheer luck. The show has been immensely popular amongst kids from the day it started. "Gattu Battu" showcases the story of two friends Gattu and Battu who run a detective and security agency and how together they fight against the enemy.  In "Shrimad Bhagwat Mahapuran," Lord Krishna takes it upon himself to explain texts from the ancient and fabled Srimad Bhagwat with Radha, sacred in Hinduism, which offers mankind profound spiritual knowledge.