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Hungama Channel's Chacha Bhatija all set for another adventure with 'Golmaal Hai Bhai Sab Golmaal Hai'

14-November-2017
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Hungama Channel's Chacha Bhatija all set for another adventure with 'Golmaal Hai Bhai Sab Golmaal Hai'

Hungama Channel’s famous jasoos jodi, Chacha Bhatija, have entertained young audiences with episodes full of dhamaal and masti and in no time the animated series has become one of the most-loved shows on the channel.

After the overwhelming response from fans towards the series and the first Chacha Bhatija movie – ‘Khazane Ki Khoj’, Hungama Channel is back with another feature that promises double masti, double dhamaal as the detective duo go on a new investigative journey in ‘Golmaal Hai Bhai Sab Golmaal Hai’.

This time, the jasoos jodi are embroiled in a tricky situation themselves! Chacha gets accused of stealing a precious stone from the historical crown and so to prove his uncle’s innocence, Bhatija and Chacha both have to travel back in time through Khoji’s time machine. And this marks the beginning of ‘double trouble’ filled ride spruced with lots of chaos, confusion and comedy.

Chacha Bhatija’s ‘Golmaal Hai Bhai Sab Golmaal Hai’ will be telecast at (10 am), Sunday, November 19 on Hungama Channel.

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