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BSF soldiers give life lessons to children through ‘Little Singham’

AMRITSAR: Hosting a special interaction with “Little Singham”, a popular character from Discovery Kids, select Border Security Force (BSF) personnel posted at the Attari Joint Check-post (JCP) offered life lessons to children.

BSF soldiers give life lessons to children through ‘Little Singham’

Little Singham mascot interacts with fans during a show promotion in Amritsar on Monday. photo: Vishal kumar



Tribune News Service

Amritsar, May 6

Hosting a special interaction with “Little Singham”, a popular character from Discovery Kids, select Border Security Force (BSF) personnel posted at the Attari Joint Check-post (JCP) offered life lessons to children. They asked the children to explore and learn more about the history of the country and insisted that children should focus on eating healthy, playing sports as well as studying hard. They also requested the children to be social and not focus on social media in the initial years of their life.

Accompanying the bunch of kids was the mascot of Little Singham, a character from the animation series, inspired by ‘Singham’, a Bollywood blockbuster.

The series is helmed by Discovery Kids in collaboration with Rohit Shetty and Reliance animation. The kids also paid special tribute to the bravehearts at a special performance at the Attari JCP, led by the TV actress Aalisha Panwar.

“The life lessons shared by BSF jawans are invaluable and our attempt is to take these messages to millions of children through our character ‘Little Singham’, said Uttam Pal Singh, head of Discovery Kids. “This special performance by Little Singham and his troupe was a dedication to the Armed Forces and it’s an attempt to connect with the children through characters that inspire and entertain as well,” he said.

The popular character will also be seen in a tele-movie soon, said Uttam Pal Singh.

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