In India, cartoons kept us entertained throughout our early years. In order to watch our favourite cartoon on television, we rushed through our homework. Even as adults, we continue to watch some of the shows. To help you relive those special moments, we have compiled a selection of several of our favourite Indian cartoons.
1. Tom and Jerry
Who among us has not enjoyed seeing the adorable cat and mouse duo Tom and Jerry battle on a peaceful day after school? The cunning cat, Tom, follows after the sneaky Jerry as Jerry thwarts all of his efforts. But what their solidarity in the face of genuine suffering tells us about brotherhood. One of the most well-known and enduring cartoons in India is Tom and Jerry. A movie based on the franchise has also been produced.
2. Chhota Bheem
In the village Dholakpur, Chhota Bheem, wearing an orange dhoti, devours delectable laddoos with the help of his closest buddies Raju, Jaggu, and Chutki. Kalia, his competitor, and Dholu and Bholu, his allies, attempt to thwart Bheem's exploits. The show features amusing tales about the valiant and powerful Chhota Bheem.
A robotic cat from the year 2220 named Doraemon has travelled through time to live with Suneo and Nobita, a mistreated and feeble-minded youngster by Gian. In order to assist Nobita deal with his bullies, receive aid with his academics, or wow his crush, Shizuka, Doraemon has a tonne of helpful tools at his disposal. Video games and movies have been based on the Japanese animated series Doraemon.
Shin-chan, a wicked youngster whose tricks often make others around him frightened, has long been a fan favourite, especially for offering young people fresh ideas for getting into mischief.
5. The Power Puff Girls
A scientist mistakenly makes three girls, Bubbles, Blossom, and Buttercup, each with a unique superpower, while aiming to make a perfect girl with every talent. While coping with kindergarten-level issues, they employ their special abilities to battle monsters. Power Puff Girls, a pioneer in presenting female superheroes, are still popular with both kids and adults.
When Ash Ketchum is 11 years old, he embarks on an epic journey with Pikachu to become the greatest Pokemon trainer. His exploits are detailed in the episodes, which have elevated the programme to one of India's top animated programmes.
Enid Blyton first introduced Noddy in his series of books with the same name, and since 1955, many television adaptations of the novel have been produced. The titular character is a wooden lad who lives in Toyland and is anthropomorphized. He works as a cab driver, but his innocent zeal and naivety sometimes get him into situations that he must resolve with the assistance of his devoted pals.
Oswald is an octopus that lives in a group of other animals who also have human-like traits. Every day, Oswald, his buddies, and Oswald's beloved dog go off on a new adventure, learning knowledge and amusing us with the chaos that results.
9. Bob The Builder
A masonry-focused building contractor named Bob was featured in the British cartoon series Bob The Builder. When his team responds "Yes, we can," his slogan is "Can we repair it?" Throughout the show, Bob creates and fixes a lot of things. The programme focuses on helping kids gain life skills.
10. Mr. Bean
Mr. Bean: the animated series, one of the most watched comedies in the world, is about a man named Mr. Bean who resides alone with his tiny stuffed bear named Teddy in a leased flat. This series is fun to watch because of Mr. Bean's varied mischiefs. It is based on Rowan Atkinson's role in the British comedy Mr. Bean.