Motu Patlu wins big at the Asian Academy Creative Awards ’20

MUMBAI: It’s been almost eight years since Motu Patlu started entertaining kids and the program remains one of the most important animated shows for kids on TV and digital platforms. At the annual Asian Academy Creative Awards held in Singapore, Cosmos-Maya’s hugely popular children’s show has been named the national winner from India in the Best Animated Program or Series (2D or 3D) category.

Cosmos-Maya CEO Anish Mehta said, “We are absolutely delighted to witness how our Motu and Patlu have slowly gained pop icon status in India, from comic book characters to one of the most watched Native American cartoons worldwide. This recognition by AACA shows how the world is our oyster and how our industry is gearing up for a global culture-agnostic media market. “

Motu Patlu recently celebrated its 1,000-episode milestone, a record it has managed to set in the short span of eight years since the show’s launch in 2012, and the show has garnered 7 billion viewers worldwide from nearly 55 million Cosmos subscribers. -Maya’s YouTube multi-channel network WowKidz.

Cosmos-Maya CCO and Motu Patlu Director Suhas Kadav said, “Watching our creations go from famous characters to one of the most watched and loved shows is a journey few content creators take. Motu, Patlu, Dr Jhatka, Ghasitaram and the town people of Furfuri Nagar have been fed as family by our team and will always have a special place in my heart. There is no better feeling than seeing our beloved characters win such great laurels at such prestigious events. “

Motu Patlu will compete against national winners from ten other countries for the final round of the AACA, which will be held virtually from Singapore in December this year.

Motu Patlu, one of the main viewership drivers for children’s channel Nickelodeon, has consistently topped the top four viewership, viewing time and ratings according to BARC statistics, and it was named the most popular animated show in the world by Google two years ago. in line. In addition, Motu and Patlu are the only animated characters from India to have their wax figures in the famous Madame Tussaud’s Museum. The success of the series has resulted in 21 telemovies, a full 3D stereoscopic feature film, and a spin-off show featuring one of its characters, Inspector Chingum, which is currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

Filmy One

Filmy One

The Filmy One team is a group of talented and passionate editors who write about the latest in lifestyle, movies, music, cinema, entertainment, TV, video games, technology and more! With years of experience in the entertainment industry, this team of experts provides insightful, engaging, and informative content for readers looking to stay up-to-date on all things film and entertainment. At Filmy One, the team is dedicated to bringing you the latest news, reviews, and opinions on the latest releases in film, television, music and shopping. Whether you're a movie buff, music lover, or simply enjoy all things entertainment, the Filmy One team has you covered.

Leave a Comment