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Vir The Robot Boy

Vir: The Robot Boy
Genre Action
Written by Story
Suhas Kadav
Dheeraj Berry
Niraj Vikram
Niraj Vikram
Niraj Vikram
Directed by Suhas Kadav
Presented by Ketan Mehta & Hungama TV
Theme music composer Argha Banerjee
Opening theme Vir The Robot Boy
Ending theme Vir The Robot Boy
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 2
Running time Approx. 30 minutes per episode
Production company(s) Maya Digital studios
Original channel Hungama TV
Original release November 9, 2013 (2013-11-09) – Ongoing

Vir: The Robot Boy is a story of a robot with human-like qualities and a unique blend of emotions and superhuman abilities. The series follows his humorous escapades as he manages to save the day with his quick thinking and a wide array of robotic abilities, along with his closest friends - Chulbul, the pet donkey, 8 year old Imli and Gintu, his magical Djinn.

Vir is naughty yet intelligent, funny yet compassionate, playful yet helpful and street smart yet has a golden heart, all of which define the kids of today. Hungama TV will premiere a brand new series, VIR: The Robot Boy. A weekly animated comedy/adventure series set in the heartland of India. The channel has associated with Maya Digital Studios to bring this show weekly starting November 9, 2013 at 11.30 am. 250 Artists in total have worked for making this series. He is a creation of Dr. Prem Sahay. The main antagonist is Mad Max.

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