Cartoon Network bets on UGC, influencers, content platforms and creators to promote ‘Dabangg – The Animated Series'

The channel received over 500 UGC pieces in collaboration with Momspresso. ABCD Dance Factory created dance Instagram Reels to promote it and YouTube kids' content creators Aayu and Pihu encouraged their followers to join in the conversation

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The #ThankYouForBeingDabangg campaign by Cartoon Network, a WarnerMedia kids’ channel, received more than 500 messages of gratitude from across the country, for the Indian police force.

The social media campaign, aimed to honour the relentless work of India’s supercops during the Covid-19 challenge, was launched alongside the channel’s latest Bollywood-inspired action-comedy ‘Dabangg – The Animated Series’ on May 31.

Supported by Momspresso, the parenting platform, the initiative saw kids and parents share messages in the form of handwritten notes, drawings, and videos, on social media.

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan who plays Dabangg’s iconic ‘Chulbul Pandey’ and movie producer and actor Arbaaz Khan encouraged kids to participate through their social media posts. Kids’ academy ABCD Dance Factory shared their messages in their artistic style via Instagram Reels, set to the ‘Dabangg – The Animated Series’ title track while prompting its students to follow suit. YouTube Kids sensations Aayu and Pihu also participated via their show, and encouraged their followers too, to join in the conversation.

The video montage of the kids’ messages:

Abhishek Dutta, South Asia Network Head for Cartoon Network and Pogo, said, “#ThankYouForBeingDabangg was launched to collectively pause and appreciate the constant endeavour of the police force during the Covid-19 pandemic. It was heartening to see responses pouring in from every corner of the country in various ways and in multiple languages such as Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi and more. It brings us immense joy to have created this movement and salute our fearless heroes.” 

DCP S Chaitanya, Mumbai Police, said, "We are truly grateful for the enormous amount of love we have received from kids across the country through the #ThankYouForBeingDabangg initiative. This was such a thoughtful initiative by Cartoon Network and the creative ways in which the kids thanked us was very touching. We promise to continue being Dabangg for all of you.”

Talking about the show Dabangg- The Animated Series, Anish Mehta, CEO, Cosmos-Maya, said, “At Cosmos-Maya, we are thrilled to reimagine an iconic franchise that is well-aligned with our ‘familiarity with novelty’ formula. It is an honour to work alongside industry doyens such as Salman Khan and Arbaaz Khan and a broadcast partner such as Cartoon Network for ‘Dabangg – The Animated Series’, while marking our 10th year of original IP creation in India."

Co-presented by Chocoliebe Eclairs and Cue Learn along with associate sponsor Britannia Tiger Krunch, the animated version of Bollywood’s sensational supercop franchise airs every day at 12 pm, only on Cartoon Network.

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