This morning, we woke up to popular cartoon series Chhota Bheem trending on Twitter for all the wrong reasons. The lead characters of the cartoon series have been making headlines after netizens pointed out that Chhota Bheem betrayed Chutki to marry Rajkumari Indumati. Seeing how Chhota Bheem was all set to marry Rajkumari Amrit and not to Chutki, all the Chutki lovers took to Twitter to slam the makers for the latest twist in the plot and ask for #JusticeForChutki. So much so that the hashtag found its place in Twitter's top trends.
Now terming it as fake news the makers of Chhota Bheem have reacted to the topmost trend. Taking to Facebook Chhota Bheem page the makers called it fake news and released a statement. Their statement read, "#KillFakeNews #JusticeforChutki
On behalf of Green Gold Animation, the makers of Chhota Bheem, we would like to thank all our fans and supporters who have shown lots of love to their favourite characters in Chhota Bheem. We would like everyone to know that all the characters in the show including Chhota Bheem, Chutki and Indumati are all still kids."
"The viral news stating the characters got married is false and we request everyone to refrain from commenting on it. Let our favourite kids be children only and let us not bring love and marriage into their innocent lives. Thank you Green Gold Management," read the statement. Check out a few tweets:
Maari gayi hai bheem ki mati— 𝑹𝑨𝑺𝑯𝑰𝑲𝑨 𝑺𝒉𝒊𝒑𝒑𝒆𝒓 𝑭𝒐𝒓𝑳𝒊𝒇𝒆 (@screwedinsane) June 3, 2020
Because he left chutki for indumati,
Darwaze pe lagana chahiye lock and key
I support our Queen Chutki
Didn't expect this from you bheem
Bhul jao laddo ab khao tum sirf neem #JusticeForChutki pic.twitter.com/o6BV0I1yTD
In the recent Facebook post, the makers said that it's a kids' cartoon show and let's not bring love and marriage into their innocent lives. Meanwhile, netizens call Chhota Bheem playboy, gold digger, cheater and what not.
Images Source: twitter
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