This time, Chhota Bheem and his friends set out for a vacation to Manali where they intend to play adventurous sports in the snow clad mountains of the Himalayas.
In Manali the powerful & conniving Hidimbak, has an evil master plan to loot the kingdom and usurp the throne. He is ably assisted by his smart nephew Ghatto and a group of strong goons.
As Bheem and his friends enjoy the snow games and learn to Ski under the guidance of Sardar Negi, Hidimbak creates a scare again in the kingdom and the King of Manali, fed up of Hidimbak, commands to capture him at any cost. His most trusted soldier, Dhiru, and other guards try very hard but every time he escapes thanks to his super skiing skills and the brilliance of Ghatto.
In keeping with the plot of the film, Chhota Bheem’s character is given a stylish new look and a lot of research went into this. The team who worked on the film even visited the Himalayas to study local customs and traditions in order to breathe life into the script.
Talking about the new look, Hyderabad based, Rajiv Chilaka, CEO, Green Gold Animation and the creator of Chhota Bheem said, “Children have a strong sense of loyalty to their preferences. Bheem is their trusted companion so any form of experiment with the character needs days of planning and research. We stuck to the colour scheme, which is earthy but gave Chhota Bheem a new look that fits his mountainous journey. He will be seen wearing warm clothes, jackets, breeches, caps, skiing goggles, and off course his skiing gear. We took more than a year of research and back end development to arrive at this look along with the storyline”.
Not only will Bheem’s friends, Chutki, Raju, Jaggu, Kalia, Dholu and Bholu join him on this Himalayan Adventure but they will also have their own jacket, scarf and warm mitten clad looks.
Talking about the new film, Samir Jain, producer added, “Bheem is our star character and anything around him becomes very special for us. It also means more hard work where we have to continually reinvent and challenge ourselves. We wanted to come up with a film with a winter theme. This is a holiday and festive season so we really wanted to scale up Bheem’s adventures to give our audiences something fresh. The setting is perfect and now we can’t wait for the film to release”.