Tag: Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday – 5 Doordarshan TV Shows That Will Make 90s Kids Nostalgic

Throwback Thursday – 5 Doordarshan TV Shows That Will Make 90s Kids Nostalgic

Animation, Channels, Top Stories
With the news of SRK’s Circus back on Doordarshan (DD), we think DD is on a major nostalgia spree. DD and its iconic shows are always our favorite. With the Indian TV Industry growing, we still love DD for its awesome old shows which are truly treasure trove. According to new agency reports, DD is also planning to bring back some shows on the channel due to the tremendous amount of requests for the programmes which are still fresh in the minds of people. Here we list out 5 awesome DD shows that will definitely make you smile while we take you down the memory lane: Malgudi Days Based on RK Narayan’s popular novel, it followed the lives of the ordinary folk living in the fictitious town of Malgudi. The town of Malgudi felt so real that people actually went in search of this place
Throwback Thursday – 5 Not-so-known Disney Animated Movies You Should Watch

Throwback Thursday – 5 Not-so-known Disney Animated Movies You Should Watch

Animation, Top Stories
Walt Disney has always been the King of classic animated movies with their absolutely beautiful films. Some of the animated movies deserve to be known more and we tell you about the not-so-known movies you should watch. Disney has produced over 50 animated films and we sure do expect much more entertaining animated movies from them each time. They have been as innovative and important as they have been cherished by children all over the world. Movies like Frozen, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Tarzan, Beauty and the Beast are the commonly known and seen movies of Disney. There are few Disney Movies which are not so common to hear about or have been watched before. This week we tell about 5 Disney animated movies which you may have not seen but you certainly should. The Fox and th...
Throwback Thursday – 5 shows from 90s Cartoon Network which we still love

Throwback Thursday – 5 shows from 90s Cartoon Network which we still love

Animation, Top Stories
We never stop loving cartoon shows, from childhood days to adulthood we enjoy watching them. We still binge watch cartoon shows from the past just to make us feel at home and bring some fun and joyful memories. Today, we have cartoon shows in abundance and most of them are reboots from the past. Most of cartoon shows we watched as kids brought positive messages and learning. They had simple yet amazing storylines. We all could relate to the characters. Although, In India Doordarshan was the first channel to bring cartoon shows, we always remember cartoon network for making us fall in love with awesome series. Well, today we take you down the memory lane with 5 cartoon shows of Cartoon Network which we still love: Scooby-Doo, where are you! This show was the first incarnation of t...
Throwback Thursday – The Journey Of Mickey Mouse

Throwback Thursday – The Journey Of Mickey Mouse

Animation, Top Stories
Tomorrow Mickey Mouse turns 88-years-old, and to cherish and celebrate his life we take a flashback of his journey so far. Mickey Mouse is undoubtedly the most popular and loved animated character of all. He has evolved through the years from The Steamboat Willie to what we see him today on our screen. He is also one of the figures which are instantly recognized by all even surpassing Santa Claus. With this little character, Walt Disney created a cult figure which continues to entertain children, even today. Mickey Mouse first appeared on the screen in the short film Steamboat Willie (1928), the first animation to feature synchronizes music and sound effects. It premiered on November 18, 1928 and proved to be an instant hit. Mickey went on to appear in over 130 short films. In honor

Punyakoti- The First Indian Animation Movie, Smitten By Sanskrit…

Animation
An animated movie in Sanskrit may not create waves or ripples in theatres, also not entice Box Offices, still 44 year old Ravi Shankar, who heads the HR activities at Infosys Bangalore BPO, has helmed a first animation movie in Sanskrit style and saga… The movie is simple as ABC yet parable, a starving tiger comes across a pious cow termed as Punyakoti with an intend to make a meal out of her, but the exemplary cow convinces the carnivore that she will return to sacrifice herself once she’s fed her infant calf awaiting. (more…)