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Chhota Bheem-makers launch Golden Robot Animation

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MUMBAI: Green Gold Animation Pvt. Ltd, the multi-award winning animation studio, has embarked upon aggressive expansion plans. It has announced the launch of its brand new studio in Mumbai. The new entity ‘Golden Robot Animation’ will operate as a sister concern to Green Gold Animation with a common management structure.

With plans to cater to the burgeoning global demand for animation content and with the aim to strengthenthe team, an animation studio in Mumbai is a clear cut shot in the arm for Green Gold Animation, the creators and producers of superhit series – Chhota Bheem and Mighty Raju.

“Green Gold is amongst the leaders in the animation industry today in India. Launching Golden Robot Animation in Mumbai is a big realisation, which will help promote leading-edge expertise in the production of animated shows. This investment acknowledges the talent, creativity and quality of Mumbai’s team,” says Green Gold Animation MD Rajiv Chilaka.

The senior leadership of Golden Robot comprises industry veterans with a proven track record. RK Chand will head business development along with Ritesh Kumar and Abhishek Chandra heading the creative and animation departments, respectively, at Golden Robot Animation.

The strong leadership and creative team at Golden Robot boasts of a cumulative rich experience of 15 years along with more than thousand minutes of animation content, which makes Golden Robot,a formidable entrant in the industry to network and generate business with leading production houses and broadcasters in India and across the globe.

The brand new full service studio facility, set in the heart of the city boasts of world class infrastructure which will be able to cater to diverse markets, wide scaled and complex projects. The animation teams comprising of senior artists and department heads have already joined and are working towards ramping up to a robust strength of 200 artistes.

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