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Leading kids channel POGO, inspires Delhi kids to join Bheem’s Green Team

04 December 2013 04:09 pm | Team


DELHI: As tradition, POGO, India’s leading kid’s channel, pulled out all the stops to ensure its annual on-ground event was an engaging, entertaining, insightful and star studded extravaganza! POGO’s Bheem’s Green Team powered by Thomas & Friends, engaged Delhi children across 2 days. The event was designed to engage kids in learning fun ways to help protect the environment through various games, workshops and performances by superhero Chhota Bheem and his friends Chutki & Kalia.

Organized by POGO, Bheem’s Green Team initiative powered by Thomas & Friends is the first of its kind “Go Green” event themed around kids’ favorite superhero, Chhota Bheem. The event undertaken at a Mall in South Delhi on November 30 and December 01, 2013 saw participation from over 5000 kids and their parents.

The event that was anchored by Ex-Miss India Rochelle Maria Rao and saw the presence of Model and Actor - Mugdha Godse and Ex-Miss India Hasleen Kaur, dignitaries from the Cycling Federation of India to support Bheem’s Green Team.

The highlight of the event was the entertaining performance by kid’s favourite superhero Chhota Bheem and his friends Chutki and Kalia who were seen shaking their leg with the divas present there.

Mr. Krishna Desai, Senior Director & Network Head - Kids, Turner International India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Every year, POGO aims to create an on-ground event that not only entertains kids but also inspires some good habits in them. This year, kids can sign up to be a part of Bheem’s Green Team and protect their environment while being creative and having fun.”

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