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Star Plus to show Bachcha Party on holiday weekends

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Star Plus to show Bachcha Party on holiday weekends

Star Plus has created a special weekend viewing show for young viewers with adventure show Bachcha Party. The show is set to launch on April 16. It will make its mark on the weekends, airing on the 6.30-pm slot from Friday to Sunday.

The new show will add to the current line-up of kid's programming on Star weekend. The channel aims at cashing in on the vacation period. Bachcha Party, a 10-week holiday bonanza, is specially made for children who enjoyed Shaka Laka Boom Boom and Sanju's adventures.

Bachcha Party is about young and lonely rich boy Rishi and his adventures with the magic pencil. Rishi, whose life was rather boring and without friends comes alive after he finds the magic pencil, which could bring alive anything when drawn with the pencil.

Rishi, along with Gayatri, his new mother, reaches out to his sisters and slowly wins the affection of all of them. Even the busy father is happy with the way the children are sharing so much with each other. Rishi has never been so happy ever before. But Gayatri must go, once her job of helping Rishi is over. But that's what upsets Rishi. To get his mother Gayatri back permanently, Rishi has to go and meet the oracle of the pencil.


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