Krishna, the prankster

Krishna, the prankster

Krishna, the prankster

Adult fans Jayamala greeting the guests.

Based on the traditional fables of Krishna’s childhood adventures, ISKCON’s The India Heritage Foundation decided to come up with three feature films and 13 half-an-hour episodes.

The audience watched the making of Little Krishna and also an episode, where Krishna slays Bakasura, clapping, whistling and cheering as Krishna triumphed over the evil Bakasura.  Raghu, a student of Delhi Public School, says, “I liked the fight sequences as well as the graphics and sound. I enjoyed the movie and was amazed that they have created 90 descriptions of Krishna.”

Around 90 variations of Krishna were created before the team narrowed down on one. They showcased  Krishna as a warrior, a friend, a son, a good citizen, sometimes lovable,  other times tough. They also showed Krishna as a little child.  

Nandini, another student from Delhi Public School says, “I enjoyed the movie. Krishna looks really cute and brave.

After watching the making of the movie I realised how much work goes into the making of a single scene and the designing of the characters.”

 The animated series is set around 5,000 years ago. The colour, music and architecture are keeping in tune with the period. Little Krishna is scripted by Jeffrey Scott and Vincent Edwards.

It is directed by R Balasubramaniam and the music is by Varaprasad.

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