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September 23 2013 | by Rahul

Hrithik Roshan starrer Krrish’s Trivandrum Connection

According to Hrithik, the only difference between the two is Kid Krrish is better than Krrish.

While Hrithik Roshan’s Krrish 3 is all set for a Diwali release, Kid Krrish, the animated movie based on Krrish, will hit the small screen on Gandhi Jayanthi through the leading kids channel Cartoon Network. But what’s interesting is that, the animated version of Krrish will have a Kerala touch to it.

Director Rakesh Roshan’s Filmkraft Productions has partnered with Technopark based Toonz Animation and Turner International India to create four animated movies of Kid Krrish.

The ‘Kid Krrish’ franchises are fun films that are guaranteed to be a visual treat with mass appeal. It is not every day that 11-year-olds get to be super heroes! We are thrilled about partnering with the legendary Rakesh Roshan and Cartoon Network. This is a huge milestone as far as Toonz Animation is concerned,” said P Jayakumar, CEO, Toonz Animation India.

Krrish has been idolised by every child in India and has become an iconic super hero. Kid Krrish will be the new superhero for a whole new generation of children and a benchmark in animated series of live action films.

According to Hrithik, the only difference between the two is Kid Krrish is better than Krrish. Rakesh Roshan said he wanted to revive the memory of ‘Krrish’ among children who may have not seen ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ or ‘Krrish

“I am happy to have collaborated with Turner, the oldest and most popular children’s channel in Asia and Toonz Animation, who are the best in creating animated content in Asia, to make this first-of-its-kind animated film series for television,” he said.

‘Kid Krrish’ is all set to join the Cartoon Network super league of globally renowned and loved characters, and entertain kids and families across the country. Kid Krrish will premiere on Cartoon Network at 12 noon on October 2.

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