Indian kids’ broadcasters set to host kids with exciting programs this Children’s day

This Children’s Day, Indian kids’ broadcasters have an exciting programming line-up and interactive campaigns to treat the kids visually.

Nickelodeon has come up with #NoStressExpress campaign to inspire kids to express themselves, unfiltered, through a fun and empowering campaign. The campaign is being brought to life through various engaging and interactive experiences that will ask kids to own their day and speak their hearts and mind out. As part of this initiative, Nick through its superstar Nicktoons – Chikoo and Bunty, Happy and Pinaki, Paw Patrol, and others have called for kids to candidly speak their heart out in a 10-second video and upload it on nickindia.com, standing a chance to feature on Nick. In addition to this, special Children’s Day programming stunts are also planned on 13 and 14 November on the franchise channels to entertain kids.

POGO will be airing Shaktimaan (Mahayuddha ka Aarambh) – The Battle Begins. The action-packed installment of Shaktiman follows a fierce battle between Vehaan Arya (AKA Shaktimaan) and Kilvish, a spurned enemy. The series also features villain’s underlings Tick and Tock, a wi-fi controlling ‘Cyber Soul’, a destructive robot, and an oily Blob Monster! Catch Shaktimaan (Mahayuddha ka Aarambh) – The Battle Begins on POGO on 14 November at 10 am.

Cartoon Network is bringing the spellbinding adventures of Harry Potter this November. Watch Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets on Cartoon Network on 14 November at 10:30 am. The film stars Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter, with Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley, and Emma Watson as Hermione Granger.

Discovery Kids celebrates the naughty, cranky, playful, and smiley kids faces with a super exciting campaign where parents can share the notorious and super-cute picture of their child and the best picture will stand a chance to be featured on its official page.

So celebrate this Children’s Day by watching exciting animated series and films and adults too, can join in the fun and discover their inner child once again.

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