Indian animated characters Motu Patlu have found a place at the Madame Tussauds here, becoming the first Indian animated characters to have their wax statues at the museum. The show is aired on Nickelodeon.
The statues of the iconic Nicktoons Motu Patlu, based on the popular Lotpot kid's magazine characters, were unveiled on Tuesday, read a statement.
Nina Elavia Jaipuria, Head of Hindi Mass Entertainment and the Kids TV Network at Viacom18, said: "'Motu Patlu' since its television debut on Nickelodeon seven years ago has gone on to be a global phenomenon, much loved and adored by kids. Taking the characters out of television screens into theatricals, consumer products, games have all added to the allure of the characters and helped forge an everlasting bond with kids."
To this, P.K. Bajaj, Editor-Owner, Lotpot Group, added: "It always feels very nice to see and experience the love and affection of people have for our characters Motu Patlu. We are happy now fans of Motu Patlu can meet them in person."