CHACHA CHAUDHARY AND CRISPY'S MAGIC by Pran Kumar Sharma Online

CHACHA CHAUDHARY AND CRISPY'S MAGIC
Title : CHACHA CHAUDHARY AND CRISPY'S MAGIC
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Language : English
Format Type : Kindle Edition
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Once cartoonist Pran struck upon an idea of a wise oldman who solves problems with his sharp intellect. Thus CHACHA CHAUDHARY was born in 1971.Tall and robust SABU, who is an inhabitant of planet Jupiter, gave Chaudhary an ideal company. A combination of wisdom and strength was formed to tackle any difficult task. It is said that " Chacha Chaudhary's brain works faster thaOnce cartoonist Pran struck upon an idea of a wise oldman who solves problems with his sharp intellect. Thus CHACHA CHAUDHARY was born in 1971.Tall and robust SABU, who is an inhabitant of planet Jupiter, gave Chaudhary an ideal company. A combination of wisdom and strength was formed to tackle any difficult task. It is said that " Chacha Chaudhary's brain works faster than a computer". Though both fight the criminals and tricksters, each episode ends with a touch of humour. The duo perform in lighter vein. The CHAUDHARY family consists of his wife Bini, a fat sharp tongue woman, Sabu, Rocket - the dog and Dag- Dag, an old truck who is half human- half machine. Chacha Chaudhary is the most popular Indian comics. More than 10 million readers enjoy this series regularly in newspapers and comic books in ten languages. A T.V. serial based on the comics has crossed 500 episodes and still continue to be telecast on premier channel "Sahara ONE".


CHACHA CHAUDHARY AND CRISPY'S MAGIC Reviews

  • sonia

    good I liked the short storiesn made me laugh like the other cha cha chowderie stories.I hope you like it.My children loved it

  • Sanjay Makwana

    not expected book like this just caetoon only. dnt work 3rs đź™… dont buy too bad in kindle too bad not expecting such book. hate it

  • JAYANT GUPTA

    Although nothing to be very fan off, Just because heard the name from my childhood ////Memories of my childhood still want to live that legend life. //Hats off //used to read the comic book from when I was young

  • Gulzar Choudhury

    Having read graphic novels in such attractive and vibrant digital representation is genuinely a whole new experience. Kindle has provided Comics a fantastic platform with its excellent interface design, helping adults like me to remember and relive our childhood days over and over again.

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