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Virat Kohli to have his own Super Hero Avatar animated TV series

Virat Kohli to have his own Super Hero Avatar animated TV series

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  19 Oct 2019 1:20 PM GMT

In the small screen series, Super V an animated superhero avatar Star cricketer Virat Kohli will be seen in new looks. The series aimed at kids will premiere on Kohli’s birthday which is on November 5. In the show Super V, Kohli is imagined in a completely different avatar as an animated teen superhero. The series marks venturing into coming-of-age superhero animation. The character is inspired by Virat.

At the trailer launch event, Kohli said as a kid he was always fascinated with superheroes and animation. It is one of the best mediums to reach out to younger audiences. He is very positive that the show will entertain and engage viewers across all age groups. He further added Super V is an exciting series with its unique storytelling and lovable characters. With the tagline of ‘Let’s play”, it’s also an attempt to inspire kids to be more active.

It is an innovative and novel platform for his fans to stay updated about their favorite cricketer. This website was developed around Virat’s personality and sense of style and as a treat for his fans and fresh content that will be updated in almost real-time. As per reports, the promo of the show in which the star cricketers are seen interacting with his superhero avatar ‘Super V’ and giving it a challenge. Every episode of the 13-part series will come with a promise of humor, action, and drama.

At last, Virat Kohli will conclude every episode with a message to his young fans summarizing the moral of the story. The series airs on the OTT platform Hotstar, and also on Star Plus, the Star Sports Network, Disney Channel and Marvel HQ.

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