Costa , who try to exert their dominance over the community but usually fall victim to Motu and Patlu's knack for luck. How do they show their commitment to their friendship? What about in the real world? Are there times when violent tactics are justified? All violence is made to seem humorous, though. People especially Motu and Patlu are the brunt of jokes and pranks that aren't much fun for them but cause others to laugh. Motu lets his desires interfere with his better judgment; Patlu lets himself get brought along. It makes for some funny moments, but it also sends questionable messages about conflict resolution and interpersonal skills. Often characters seek out retribution for being in the hot seat.
No lasting injury or consequence. Motu is opportunistic and motivated by getting what he wants with minimal exertion. Cultural discrepancies complicate English viewers' overall enjoyment of this series, but the fact that it's so different from the typical U. More than the obvious physicality of their interactions, there's a pervasive theme of revenge that exists among the characters. The characters get themselves into absurd predicaments, but it's usually a result of poor decisions.
Bad guys are less threatening than they are laughable, although they do employ physical tactics to assert themselves and, in the case of John's goons, blindly follow orders. The protagonists are two balding or, in Patlu's case, bald , seemingly unemployed adult men with copious amounts of time in which to immerse themselves in the ridiculous plots the show sets up for them. This buddy comedy isn't always lighthearted fare. When one person is wronged, he looks for a way to even the score rather than use gentler tactics like communication to reach a solution. There's a hefty amount of violence in the show, most of which is played for humor despite being fairly serious in real-world terms beatdowns, a man flattened by a vehicle on the road, etc. .
Motu Patlu isn't a series that will impress upon kids much that's positive. Until then, we're only available in India. On the upside, Motu and Patlu always manage to reconcile and continue their friendship. Where do they take place? Viewing it with subtitles makes it a somewhat difficult watch for viewers in the United States, but it's a visually and comically appealing show that will draw fans anyway. Who gets to decide that? Jhatka Chakraborty , Ghasitaram Chakraborty , and Chingum Chakraborty -- and having to figure a way out of it. Each episode sees the friends stumbling into some ridiculous predicament -- often of their own making, and sometimes accompanied by their friends Dr.
Does it ever solve anything? His weakness for samosas often drives his actions. Other characters have positive and negative qualities that make them interesting, if not exactly strong role models. Stay tuned and we'll reach out to you when we're available in your country. Occasionally they encounter the local thug and aspiring mafia boss, John Omi Sharma , and his henchmen, Number 1 Sankalp Rastogi and Number 2 Brian D. Patlu is cast as more introspective and intelligent than his friend, and he's usually the one to solve the trouble they get into. It's also worth noting that the characters take turns pulling pranks on each other and otherwise reveling in their friends' misfortune, which has iffy messages for kids. That said, the fact that the show is set in a fictitious town in India does expose viewers to some simple representations of customs in different places.
The stories center on friends Motu and Patlu's absurd adventures together, from swapping physiques Motu's short, rotund stature for Patlu's taller, slender one to tag-team teaching a naughty sibling duo. Is their friendship reliable regardless of the circumstances? Playful and slapstick comedy plays a big role in the show, as the characters often resort to hitting, punching, and kicking in moments of anger or frustration. We're expanding one step at a time. Parents need to know that Motu Patlu is an animated series that's inspired by a Hindi comic strip and originally aired in India before being subtitled in English, French, and Spanish. A man is flattened by a vehicle, thugs hold men under water as punishment for jumping on them in a pool, a woman uses a stick to thump men on the head after they irritate her, etc.
Similarly, the troubles aren't resolved so much as they just expire. As flattered as we are to know how eager you are to consume our content, we're working as hard as we can to give you the entertainment you deserve. Most of the characters use violence on some level to vent anger or to get their way, and pranks and jokes at the expense of one or more of them are common. . .
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