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Hungama TV launches new entertainment serial for pre-school kids

20-March-2006
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Hungama TV launches new entertainment serial for pre-school kids

Hungama TV has launched a new serial for pre-schoolers called 'FiFi & The Flower Tots'. The show debuts from March 20 and will be aired Monday to Friday at 12:30 pm.

FiFi the flowertot is a bundle of energy and creativity, always positive and enthusiastic about everything. A cheerful soul, her perpetual smile is like a ray of sunshine, which cheers up everyone around her just like any kid at 5.

Fifi lives in 'Forget-Me-Not' cottage and has an unbelievable love for life and a real nose for adventure. Fifi is always busy, whether looking out for her friends, tending to the garden, or thwarting Stingo and Slugsy's latest madcap scheme, and sometimes she simply forgets what she was supposed to be doing in the first place.

Elaborating about the new series, Zarina Mehta, Programming Head, Hungama TV, said, "Hungama TV plans to bring this adorable pre-school series to Indian television not just to entertain but also imbibe some positive virtues in the process. These series, be it Dragon or FiFi, portrays the simplicity and complexities in every toddler's life in some metaphorical form. This series is fun to watch and easy to relate for kids."

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