Why indian cartoons are not famous

why our new generation is forced to watch  cartoons like doraemon and shinchan. It is shameful and pity on us that we with a population of 110 carores are unable to find cartoon characters for our younger ones.

Please remember most of our thoughts and habits are formed during our childhood. stories and cartoons play a big role in that. Like Popeye the sailors increased the consumption of spinach in America.

For the kids cartoons are the role models. Can we do something in this direction. Please help Indian kids

 

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motu patlu

Hey do you remember motu patlu

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phineas and ferb question answers

How are Phineas and Ferb related?

They are step brothers. Phineas’ mother is married to Ferb’s father. Candace is Phineas’ older sister.

What happens when they hit the 104 day mark?

The creators have been very clear that this is not set in stone and that Phineas and Ferb will have plenty of time to have as many adventures as they can. Fans shouldn’t worry about the show ending after 104 episode segments.

Who is Phineas and Candace’s biological father? Who is Ferb’s biological mother?

Despite all the fan speculation, this will likely never be revealed. Just like the nature of the relationships ending (divorce, etc.), this is a subject that is probably too deep to be answered. It is, after all, a cartoon. Don’t think too hard about this.

How old are Phineas and Ferb?

Creators Dan Povenmire and Swampy Marsh have repeatedly stated that they want to leave their ages ambiguous because kids can identify with them more easily and assign them an age the same as their own. The reason that several websites list their age as “under 15” is that Candace turns 15 in “Candace Loses Her Head” and the boys are younger than she is.

However, in the episode “Phineas and Ferb’s Quantum Boogaloo,” Linda Flynn refers to her now grown son and step-son as “30 years old now.” This episode takes place “20 years in the future.” In all likelihood, one or both of these numbers are round figures and not meant to be exact. They are most often identified as somewhere between the ages of 9 and 12.

 

Why does Candace want to bust her brothers?

Candace believes that if she did the same thing, she’d get in trouble so her brothers should, too. She sometimes finds the things they do pretty awesome and that makes her jealous. In addition, some of the things they do are very dangerous and she loves them and doesn’t want to see them get hurt.

In some of the episodes, it’s implied that Candace shouldn’t be so adamant on busting her brothers and just go have some fun. (ref. “Wizard of Odd” and “Ready For the Betty’s”

Where is Danville located?

Like the city of Springfield on The Simpsons, Danville is wherever the writers need it to be. There are several real world cities called Danville, but none of them fit the show’s needs of being close enough to Mt. Rushmore to drive there in a few hours, yet have a huge port and beach. However Dr. Doofenshmirtz did point to it on a map of the U.S.. Although the map didn’t even have state boundaries on it, let alone any finer detail, he points to an area in the mid-west to southwest of the country. However at times it has a major coastal harbor, and other times it sits on a river. However it is not a place that has a real latitude and longitude location and exists where it needs to for that episode because in the roller-coaster episode Danville is closer to the east coast.

Adding to the intentional ambiguity, Danville is situated in one of the three (anomalous) states that comprise the “Tri-State Area”.

Why doesn’t Perry talk?

He’s a platypus. They don’t do much.

Is Dr. Doofenshmirtz really evil?

While you could argue that some of his plots are evil and that he isn’t the nicest of people, he tends not to be evil in the traditional sense, but rather overly dramatic, eccentric and generally clueless.

Why does Doofenshmirtz hate Perry?

He claims that Perry is his nemesis, but Perry and the evil doctor have a bit of a love-hate relationship. Doofenshmirtz has been visibly upset when Perry has not shown up to defeat him. Perry, on the other hand, was heartbroken when he was replaced by Peter the Panda.

It could also be theorized that Perry’s and Doofenshmirtz’s rivalry could just be “work related” in essence, as a few episodes have shown them facing each other, when Perry is not on a mission, and no battles take place.

 

 

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drygon ball z

The series begins with a young monkey-tailed boy named Goku befriending a teenage girl named Bulma. Together, they go on a quest to find the seven Dragon Balls. Goku later undergoes rigorous training regimes and educational programs under the martial artist Master Roshi in order to fight in the World Martial Arts Tournament, a competition involving the most powerful fighters in the world. During his training time with Roshi, he meets a bald Shaolin monk named Krillin, who starts out as Goku’s rival classmate; however, they soon become best friends. Outside the tournaments, Goku faces diverse villains such as Emperor Pilaf, the Red Ribbon Army, and the Namekian Piccolo Daimao. Several of the enemies and rivals Goku encounters eventually become his allies and close friends, including the desert bandit Yamcha, the assassin Tien Shinhan, the samurai Yajirobe, and Piccolo Daimao’s offspring/reincarnationPiccolo Jr.

As a young adult, Goku meets his older brother Raditz, who reveals to him that they are members of a nearly extinct extraterrestrial race called the Saiyans. The Saiyans had sent Goku to Earth as an infant to conquer the planet for them, but he suffered a severe head injury soon after his arrival and lost all memory of his mission, as well as his blood-thirsty Saiyan nature. Goku refuses to help Raditz continue the mission, and is soon killed along with Raditz in battle; however, he is revived a year later by the Dragon Balls. He then begins to encounter other enemies from space, most notably the Saiyan prince Vegeta, who becomes his rival and eventually ally. Goku also encounters Frieza, the galactic emperor responsible for the destruction of almost the entire Saiyan race, whose actions cause Goku to transform into the legendary Super Saiyan. After an epic battle on the planet Namek, Goku defeats Frieza, avenging the lives of billions across the galaxy.

Some time later, a group of androids from the former Red Ribbon Army appear, seeking revenge against Goku. During this time, an evil life form called Cell emerges and, after absorbing two of the androids to achieve his final form, holds his own fighting tournament to decide the fate of the Earth entitled the Cell Games. However, Cell is eventually defeated by Goku’s son Gohan in a desperate Kamehameha wave struggle. Seven years later, Goku and his allies are drawn into yet another battle for the universe against a magical demon named Majin Buu. After numerous battles, Goku destroys Buu with his ultimate attack; the Spirit Bomb. Ten years later, at another World Martial Arts Tournament, Goku meets Buu’s human reincarnation, Uub. Leaving the match between the two of them unfinished, Goku takes Uub away on a journey to train him.

 

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history of popey the sailor

Popeye is a fictional hero that has appeared in comic strips, animated movies as well as numerous television shows. This fictional hero was created by Elzie Crisler Segar and was first seen in the daily ‘King Features’ comic strip ‘Thimble Theatre’ on January 17, 1929. Though ‘Thimble Theatre’ comic strip was first published on December 19, 1919, it was only in the tenth year that Popeye made its debut as the central character, thanks to the sailor’s popularity. Since 1929, Popeye became the main focus of the comic strip and ‘Thimble Theatre’ became one of the ‘King Features’ most popular properties in the 1930s.
Popeye got a place on the silver screen in a 1933 Betty Boop cartoon entitled ‘Popeye the Sailor’ from the Fleischer Studios. There were around 600 cartoon series made during this time, which are still in worldwide syndication. The Fleischer Popeye cartoons can be seen now on the Cartoon Network and there are many videos and DVDs available of the cartoon series as well. Though ‘Thimble Theatre’ continued the Popeye saga, Segar stories were a bit complicated and followed unexpected directions, in comparison to the Fleischer stories that were adapted into a series of ‘Popeye the Sailor’ theatrical cartoon shorts for Paramount Pictures. Fleischer stories followed a standard convention, making the characters fundamentally predictable.
All said and done, the cartoon series emerged as a grand success throughout the world. The strong characterization, extempore dialogue delivery by Popeye and Olive Oyl, especially the muttered asides for which Popeye was famous, contributed to a major success of the Fleischer studios. This down-to-earth character replaced all famous cartoon characters in the U.S.A. The color cartoons of Popeye were produced following its fame and popularity, the first color version being ‘Popeye the sailor meets Sinbad the Sailor’ in 1936. The Popeye cartoons changed exclusively to color in 1943, but by that time the Fleischer’s were not directly involved, because of misunderstandings between the brothers.
The Paramount took over the ownership of Fleischer Studios in 1941 and renamed it as the Famous Studios. They continued producing Popeye cartoons. Though the cartoon series got produced till 1957 and remained successful, it lacked the flair and the eccentric imagination of the Fleischer version. In 1980, Paramount Pictures turned Popeye into flesh and blood in their live action motion pictures in which Robin Williams starred as Popeye and Olive Oyl was played by Shelley Duvall. Ted Turner’s cartoon network celebrated the 60th anniversary of sailorman’s film debut with a series of 6 prime-time specials ‘Popumentary’ in 1993.
Known as ‘Iron Arm’ in Italy, ‘Karl Alfred’ in Sweden and ‘Terror of the Sea’ in Denmark, Popeye’s popularity knew no bounds, as it started appearing in comic books published around the world. While Popeye, Olive Oyl and Bluto were the three prominent characters in the series, Swee’Pea (baby), J. Wellington Wimpy (a hamburger-loving moocher), George W. Geezil (a local cobbler), Eugene the Jeep (a yellow, vaguely dog-like animal), Sea Hag (a terrible pirate) and Alice the Goon (a monstrous creature) were others that were a part of the series.
Popeye’s superhuman strength, which he got after consuming a can of spinach, was a go-getter for this not-so-popular vegetable industry. His spinach obsession, which began in the ‘Thimble Theatre’ strip interestingly, became an essential plot in the latest animated version. Spinach capital Crystal City, Texas erected a statue of Popeye in 1937 to honor E.C Segar and Popeye for their influence on America’s eating habits, making Popeye as the first ever comic character immortalized in a public sculpture. The cartoon series popularized this ostracized vegetable in such a way that it led to a 33% increase in U.S spinach consumption, thus, saving the spinach industry in the 1930s. Today, the cartoon series is owned by Warner Bros. Animation and Turner Entertainment.

 

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Remember chacha chaudhary

chacha chaudhary

Chacha Chaudhary is one of the most famous Indian comic characters. He was created by Pran Kumar Sharma in 1969 though he first appeared in the Hindi comic magazine “LotPot” in 1971. His first comic was “Chacha Chaudhary and the Pocket Thief”. Chacha means uncle in Hindi. From then on he has come a long way selling almost ten million copies and being published in ten different Indian languages.

Chacha Chaudhary is portrayed as a middle class, old Indian. Physically he is not strong but his strength lies in his brain. He is always shown as holding a stick and wearing a red turban.

His family includes his wife, Bini, more famously known simply as Chachi (Hindi for aunt). His companions include Rocket, who is a street dog and Sabu who is a giant from the planet Jupiter. Sabu decided to stay permanently on Earth after tasting delicious food made by Chachi’s hands. When need arises Sabu helps Chacha Ji with his physical strength.

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Little story of doraemon

Doraemon is sent back in time by Nobita Nobi’s great-great grandson Sewashi to improve Nobita’s circumstances so that his descendants may enjoy a better future. In the original time-line, Nobita experienced nothing but misery and misfortune manifested in the form of poor marks and grades, physicadoramon, doremon, l disasters, and bullying throughout his life. This culminates in the burning down of a future business he set up which leaves his family line beset with financial problems. In order to alter history and better the Nobi family’s fortunes, Sewashi sent him a robot called Doraemon.

Doraemon has a pocket from which he produces many gadgets, medicines, and tools from the future. The pocket is called yōjigen-pocket (lit. fourth-dimensional pocket). Some of the gadgets (dōgu) are based on real Japanese household devices with fanciful twists, but most are completely science fiction (although some may be based on folklore or religious stories). Thousands of dōgu have been featured in Doraemon. The number of dōgu has been approximated at 4,500. It is this constant variety which makes Doraemon popular even among adult readers/viewers. In the series, the availability of dōgu depends sometimes on the money Doraemon has available, and he often says some dōgu are expensive in the future. The more famous ones include the “bamboo-copter” (very similar to the ones that appears on the older series of Beany and Cecil), a small head accessory that allows flight; the “Anywhere Door”, a door that opens up to any place the user wishes; and the “Time Machine”. Some of the recurring dōgu appear also in Fujiko F. Fujio‘s other works such as 21-emon, Kaibutsu-kun, Kiteretsu Daihyakka, Mikio to Mikio or Pāman.

Although he can hear perfectly well, Doraemon has no ears: his robotic ears were eaten by a mouse, giving him a series-long phobia of the creatures.

The only main female character is Shizuka Minamoto (源 静香 Minamoto Shizuka?), who serves as a romantic interest for Nobita, but otherwise her role is of a minor supporting character. Nobita’s main human friends and/or rivals include Takeshi (nicknamed ‘Gian’, from the English word giant), a consummate bully, and Suneo, a cunning, gloating, spoiled wealthy brat. There are many recurring supporting characters, such as Dekisugi, Nobita’s parents, Gian’s mother, his school teacher, his descendants from the future, and Doraemon’s little sister, Dorami.

The stories are formulaic, usually focused on the everyday struggles of fifth grader Nobita, the protagonist of the story. In a typical chapter, Nobita comes home crying about a problem he faces in school and/or the local neighborhood. After hearing him out, Doraemon often offers helpful advice to his problem(s), but that’s never enough for Nobita, who is consistently looking for the “quick, easy” way out (which offers insight to the viewers as to why Nobita’s life turned out the way it did). Finally, after Nobita’s pleading and/or goading, Doraemon produces a futuristic gadget out of his aforementioned pouch to help Nobita fix his problem, enact revenge, or flaunt to his friends.

Unfortunately when in possession of the gadget, Nobita usually gets into deeper trouble than before, despite Doraemon’s best intentions and warnings. Sometimes, Nobita’s friends (usually Suneo or Gian) steal Doraemon’s gadgets and end up misusing them. However, by the end of the story, there is usually retribution to the characters who end up misusing them, and a moral is taught.

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The world of cartoons

We can see all the cartoons here

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