Gully cricket courtesy Discovery Kids in Howzzattt

16 Oct,2012

By A Correspondent


In its mission of offering unique, relevant and India themed content, Discovery Kids presents the all-time favourite – cricket in its classic avatar – gully cricket in Howzzattt. Combining cricket with the best in class animation it will bring family and friends together to enjoy this enduring series. Howzzattt will air every evening at 6pm on the Discovery Kids.


The show unfolds the story of victory of good over evil in an engaging and exciting narrative for the kids. The series has funny and quirky characters with tricky situations which kids can relate to in their daily lives.


The good kids group calls themselves as ‘ Gulab Nagar Junglees’ and they put in lots of hard work and play the game by the rules and manage to outwit their opponent by sheer determination and guidance by their loved coach ‘Sweety Aunty.’ The character of Sweety Aunty reflects a true face of Guru and teaches its students right values and prepares them to face the realities of life.


Rahul Johri, Senior Vice-President and General Manager – South Asia, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific,said, ”Discovery Kids will satisfy the curiosity of millions of children in India with its fun, enriching and transformative programming. Howzzattt is a unique animation series designed to entertain kids and will showcase cricket in a whole new exciting avatar.”


Discovery Kids covers a variety of programming ranging from iconic global content to multiple India-themed series. Committed to offer a comprehensive viewing experience and cater to diverse demands of Indian kids, the programming formats will include highest-quality animation and engaging live action series under multiple genres such as adventure, mythology, nature, history and science. A reflection of the vacuum for programming that blends entertainment and learning, Discovery Kids has gained availability across India on both analogue and DTH platforms including Dish TV and Videocon D2H.


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