Flipping through the pages of a folk-tale book, making journeys to far-faraway places; now the stories lie deep in history, waiting to be explored by a child.
Then came the excavators named Munjal Shroff, Ram Mohan, TilakRaj and their followers. The excavators are called Graphiti Studios. They unraveled the folklore that is long forgotten by generations and are carving a remarkable graffiti of their own…
The treasure box opened again!
This is a beautiful translation of history into the most fun animated engrossing series called Krish Trish and Baltiboy…this stunning animated series of Graphiti is traditional yet unconventional, it is fresh and breaks every barrier of conventional story-telling on the most sought after channel by children: Cartoon Network.
The sensibilities and aesthetics of the series are gripping. Three endearing cuddly 3D characters Krish, Trish and Baltiboy, ( Baltiboy being Munjal Shroff's favorite) are minstrels. They like Munjal Shroff, Ram Mohan sir and TilakRaj want to tell a tale and they tell it in a language that today's generation is inclined to. The stories are exceptionally interesting, after pondering over twenty something stories Graphiti locked on to three stories. Apart from the stories, the presentation is charming. It is true to the land it comes from. One story comes literally passing sands of time - Rajasthan, the second story is set in God's own country Kerela and the third comes from India's green fields of Punjab.
We were very intrigued to know that why Graphiti chose this unconventional path, in a way challenging the stereo-types. It is said that when trends are broken a new trend begins, so we went to ask the artists at Graphiti, the trend-setters of a fresh style of animation and portrayal of culture.
Munjal Shroff, the co-founder of Graphiti Multimedia, a witty story-teller, knitted his experiences on working on Krish Trish and Baltiboy into a video, which we bring to you'll. The experiences have experiences in experiences.
We would like to first tell you of Munjal's narration of how Krish Trish and Baltiboy made it to the television screens. Children's Film Society had an eye for this brilliant content that was before ignored. And then Cartoon Network was the broadcaster who truly understood the value of this fine-looking format, making waves in this age of Ben 10s and Powepuff Girls.