Mumbai, Jan 15: The makers of TV show "Chhota Bheem" have collaborated with automobile brand Honda to encourage safety on roads.
The campaign is titled "Honda Safe Riding with Chhota Bheem" and it will hold events in 11 cities across India like Delhi, Jaipur, Indore, Lucknow and Chennai, where "Chhota Bheem" will engage and interact with children and people at large to spread the message of safe driving, said a statement.
The initiative will provide an opportunity for children to learn safety riding tips and meet "Chhota Bheem".
The animated show is aired on Pogo.
Draupadi will take 'Mahabharat' to another level: Sudesh Berry
Actor Sudesh Berry, who plays Drupad in TV show "Mahabharat", feels that Draupadi's recent entry will help in getting more eyeballs.
"The show is up for a major move forward and Draupadi will take the show to another level," Sudesh said in a statement.
"I'm getting very positive responses thankfully, but I'm not satisfied. I want to portray king Drupad as a very powerful, strong and emotionless character," he said.
In the past, Sudesh worked in shows like "Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo", "Devon Ke Dev Mahadev" and "Kya Hadsaa Kya Haqeeqat"
Trip to South India on Lauren's bucket list
International dancer-actress Lauren Gottlieb has yet to explore South India and says she may soon plan a trip.
Lauren took to Twitter to share her 2014 wish list, which has southern India right on top.
"I just realised I have yet to visit southern India! Hopefully soon. Adding it to the bucket list of 2014," Lauren posted on the microblogging site Tuesday.
She further added: "My 2014 Travel Bucket List (so far): Southern India, South Africa, Australia, Dubai. Where else should I visit."
Lauren, who made her Bollywood debut with Remo D'Souza's 3D dance movie "ABCD - Any Body Can Dance", made her small screen debut with "Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6". She mesmerised all and sundry with her dancing prowess on the reality show.