Dancing with cartoon characters

Dancing with cartoon characters

The event, which was organised as a part of the summer carnival, had both parents and children up and excited.

The evening started off with a Tom & Jerry theme colouring contest which saw many kids from all over the town taking part. From four-year-old to 12-year-old, each child was keenly filling in colours, in anticipation of meeting the three cartoon characters, who were to pay a visit in the latter part of the event. And even while the children tried to concentrate on the fun colouring part, the parents couldn't hide their excitement. The art area was surrounded with eager parents cheering their children and taking pictures almost as if it was their first colouring competition.
Mangala, whose two daughters were both taking part said, “They are quite pumped up about the colouring but it is the cartoon characters that they are looking forward to meeting the most. They have dragged me here for that only.” The contest lasted for an hour after which it was time to meet the characters. It was no less than a frenzy as Po and Skipper stepped in to meet their biggest fans, creating quite a stir in the children's section.

The kids jived and interacted with their favourite characters and had an opportunity to interact, play and get photographed with them. Po was especially popular among the young ones who created quite a ruckus to pose for photographs with him.
And the friendly panda did oblige with a grin on his face and his famous kung-fu moves. Skipper jumped around and showed some of his famous dance steps to the eager crowd. And B.O.B, who was left behind by the faster duo, came in a little later to the joy of the screaming audience.

The blue monster though did not gobble up the chairs and tables like he always does. The three characters soon were surrounded by children and some adults even climbed up the escalator to get a better look at them and click photos.
“It is always so much fun to see the cartoon characters live in front of you even if you have grown up,” said Avinash, a parent. The evening soon ended with the characters saying goodbye to the children and going back to their  world.
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