|Also known as||Little Bheem, Bheem|
|Genre||Comedy, Adventure, Action|
|Opening theme||"Chhota Bheem"|
|Ending theme||"Chhota Bheem" (Karaoke)|
|Country of origin||India|
|Original language(s)||English, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil|
|No. of seasons||
|No. of episodes||425 episodes, 26 made for television movies.|
|Running time||11 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Green Gold Animation|
|Distributor||Green Gold Animation|
|Original network||Pogo TV|
|Original release||2008 – present|
Chhota Bheem is an Indian animated comedy-adventure series. First premiered in 2008 on Pogo TV, it focuses on adventures of a boy named Bheem & his friends in fictional city-state of Dholakpur. In this series Bheem & his friends are usually involved in protecting king Indravarma of Dholakpur to save the city-state from various evil forces. Sometimes they are seen helping other Kingdoms as well. It is one of the popular animated series in India which is loved by many people.
The series Chotta Bheem was created by Rajiv Chilaka, CEO of Green Gold Animation. Raj Viswanadha, Arun Shendurnikar, Nidhi Anand, Shridisha Dilip have written stories. As of today more than 400 episodes,29 movies have been released and aired. 
The extremely strong Chhota Bheem lives in a fictional town called Dholakpur set in rural India. The series revolves around Bheem, a nine-year-old boy, who is brave, strong and intelligent. Bheem's rival is Kalia Pehalwan, a jealous ten -year-old bully, who is envious of Bheem's popularity. Kalia, along with his sidekicks Dholu and Bholu, always plot to embarrass and defeat Bheem but never succeed. The story revolves around Bheem and his friends and their rivalry with Kalia and his friends. All the children of Dholakpur look up to Bheem, as he solves everyone's problems. He is also seen defeating some enemies in and around Dholakpur like the evil demon Kirmada, Kichak & Mangal Singh. Bheem earns the trust of Dholakpur and Raja Indravarma. Chhota Bheem's title track has become extremely popular and can be seen anywhere and everywhere as people singing and dancing and forgetting ALL and playing only! Like pipe piper of Germany! The notes for the SUPERHIT flute tune was given by Raj Mohan Sinha but this has neither been credited nor acknowledged anywhere. Sinha's other musical notes were also used in many of Chhota Bheem movies. It is also believed that the concept or basic premise of Bheem was done by two well-known writers who have also been unnamed for some strange and sad reason.
- Chhota Bheem: Bheem is an adventurous and fun-loving 9-year-old boy who is gifted with extraordinary strength (his character is a take-off on Bheem character from the epic Mahabharat). This power is a boon for Dholakpur, Bheem's village, which is constantly beset by all kinds of perils. This child has a big heart and he always uses his strength to help those who are poor, wronged or needy. He is seen as a guardian of the innocent and poor people and also the animals. He is the protector of the world. Bheem loves food and has a certain craving for laddoos, which in fact, gives him a surge of energy and makes him even stronger than he normally is. These laddoos are often offered by Chutki. He has three main friends called Chutki, Jaggu (a monkey) and Raju.
- Chutki: Chutki is a seven-year-old girl. She is Bheem's closest friend, and assists Bheem on their adventures. While she is responsible about her household chores and gentle towards all creatures of the forest, she can be tough too, when the situation demands it. Surprisingly, she is seen greedy for taking gold in the episode "The Curse of Bramhbhatt-Part 2". She has a soft spot for Bheem and often becomes angry whenever Bheem interacts with any girl as can be seen in episodes. She also has many ideas or tricks to help Bheem in many of his adventures as seen in the episodes "Pirates on the ship", and "Hercules".
- Raju: Raju is a cute and courageous four-year-old kid, whose role model is Bheem. Raju’s size belies his courage, which he gets from his father, the Senapati (chief officer) of the King’s army. Raju also wants to be the Senapati of the Army. (seen in the episode "Chutki's Wish"). Mostly seen wearing a blue underwear He is very good in archery and has won the "Arjuna Cup". He appears as the protagonist in the spinoff movie "Mighty Raju".
- Jaggu Bandar: Jaggu is a talking monkey. Jaggu and his group play Lord Rama's adventures and he will be Ravana. Jaggu has his own special way of solving problems, using tricks and his amazing sense of humour. Jaggu and Bheem always have fun together, be it exploring forests or helping people with their chores. From him, Bheem learns useful techniques like swinging from trees. Whenever they are really hungry, it’s Jaggu who assists Bheem in stealing laddoos. He also loves playing tricks on Dholu, Bholu and Kalia. He wants to be the Protector of all animals in the jungle (seen in the episode "Chutki's Wish").
- Kalia: Kalia or Kalia Pehalwan, is a 10-year-old bully. He is also very greedy and tries to become rich by cheating. Kalia has two silly followers, Dholu and Bholu, who sometimes help him in his plans and at other times completely abandon him. He often blows his own trumpet by claiming he is the only strongest and courageous person whenever any problem arises he runs away. In order to make Bheem lose, he often eavesdrops on him to find out what Bheem is planning. However, at times he is seen helping Bheem in common causes or in attempts to save Dholakpur.
- Dholu and Bholu: Dholu and Bholu are identical twins and followers of Kalia Pahelwan. Though they are not strong themselves, they bask in Kalia’s strength and are arrogant with the other kids. Occasionally, they allow themselves to be easily bribed by Bheem and Chutki and are therefore not always loyal to Kalia. Whenever Dholu and Bholu blurt out the truth about Kalia (like telling Kalia being scared of anything) they get whacked mercilessly by Kalia.
- Kichak: Kichak is a 16-year-old wrestler from Pehelwanpur. He is later introduced in the series. He is jealous of Bheem, since Bheem is more popular than he is. But, he is defeated in all the occasions when he challenged Bheem for a bull race, cricket match, in a contest for champions,in a hockey match, in a football match and in many other situations. He has a couple of friends & sidekicks like Chipru, Manna, Motu & Birju etc. who aid him but also get the punishment with him. He then was noticed helping and advising a participant in the episode "Girls versus Girls", but later escaped. Unsurprisingly, he was seen helping Bheem in the movie "Bheem vs Aliens".
- Chhota Mannu: He is also a character from Pehelwanpur. A strong, 5 year old child who is first shown in the episode the boxing match, he is physically strong and clever. His arch rival is Raju, whom he never managed to defeat. He is also an aid as well as a friend of Kichak.
- Princess Indumati: Indumati is the princess of Dholakpur. She is shown to be nice and caring. She also won the trophy along with Chutki in the episode "Girls VS Girls".
- King Indravarma : The King of Dholakpur is King Indravarma. He is the father of Indumati. Though himself a valiant warrior, he mostly relies on Bheem for any crisis in the kingdom. He is also shown to be thoughtful on every occasion. He is a Hockey player and also played an important role in Hockey match by making Bheem win. His enemy was King Chandravarma. He is 35 years old, according to the movie "Chhota Bheem: The Rise of Kirmada".
- Daku Mangal Singh: Mangal Singh is a daku (dacoit) (parody of Gabbar Singh from Sholay) who used to terrorize Dholakpur when he was free. But he was caught by Bheem when he went to take some plants to cure Indumati (as she was ill) and nabbed him. Soon, he escaped with the help of his followers & kidnapped the princess, but again he was caught by Bheem. In the episode "Old Enemies", he returned and robbed the Treasury but was later caught by Bheem. He, then became a small thief in the episode of "Greed".
- Dhooni Baba: Dhooni Baba is a sage who lives in a cave. In the former episodes, he was called as "Baba Bol Bachchan" and has a body smeared with ash and seen meditating on some needles. Later, his body has no ash smeared and he walks with a walking stick. He is described as a sage who knows almost everything. He gives advice and also solution to Bheem & his friends. In the episode "Superheroes" he had granted Bheem & Raju to be superheroes for a day. He has helped Bheem in various occasions like in the episodes "Curse of Bramhabhatt", "Chhota Bheem Aur Krishna", "Daku Mangal Singh" and "King Chandravarma".
- Tun-Tun Mausi: Tun-Tun is the mother of Chutki. She owns a laddu shop where she sells laddoos. Her laddu is considered as the most tastier one in the series. She stays mostly angry with Bheem as he steals laddoos from her shop. She usually gets angry with Kalia also and hits him with her belan.
- Professor Shastri Dhoom Ketoo: An Inventor who Lives In Gyanpur. He often ends up getting problems with his Inventions, like getting his inventions stolen, or malfunctioning. His inventions include a time machine, a hot air balloon, a super fast bicycle etc. Many of his inventions were misused by Raju. There used to be Professor Avi, whose place is taken by Professor Dhoom Ke Too.
- Behen Shivani: Bheem's foster sister is Shivani. She lives in Pehelwanpur and runs a dhaba there named "Shivani ka Dhaba". Her father is imprisoned, and to free him she needs 500 gold coins. But the Pehalwan Dabbu tries to take over the Dhaba. Bheem comes to her rescue and even frees her father from jail. In the episodes of "20-20 Cricket" and movie - Chhota Bheem: Bheem vs Aliens she has been seen supporting Bheem's team.
- Avi Chacha: He is Also An Inventor. He is often seen in some episodes. Later he got replaced by Prof. Dhoom Ketoo.
- Arjun the prince of Bali: Arjun is an 11-year-old boy like Bheem. He is the young prince of Bali.he has a little sister named Tania, his best friend is zimbhu,a baby tiger. He is a character in the movie "Chhota Bheem and the Throne of Bali"
- Chhota Bheem and the Curse of Damyaan (May 18, 2012)
- Chhota Bheem and the Throne of Bali (May 3, 2013)
- Chhota Bheem Himalyan Adventure
- Chhota Bheem And Krishna
- Chhota Bheem And Krishna in Pataliputra City of the Dead
- Chhota Bheem vs Aliens
- Chhota Bheem Journey to Petra
- Chhota Bheem and Krishna in Mayanagari
- Chhota Bheem Master of Shaolin
- Chhota Bheem Dholakpur to Kathmandu
- Chhota Bheem and Hanuman
- Chhota Bheem and the Rise of Kirmada
- Chhota Bheem and Ganesh in the Amazing Odyssey
- Chhota Bheem Junglee Kabila/Broken Amulet
- Chhota Bheem and the Crown of Valhalla
- Chhota Bheem and the Incan Adventure
- Chhota Bheem and Krishna vs Zimbara
- Chhota Bheem and the Shinobi Secret
- Chhota Bheem Neeli Pahaadi
- Chhota Bheem Banjara Masti
- Chhota Bheem Dus Pe Dus
- Chhota Bheem Mayavi Gorgan
- Chhota Bheem Ki Baazi
- Chhota Bheem and Paanch Ajoobe
- Chhota Bheem Mission Mangalyaan
- Chhota Bheem and the Sky Dragon
- Chhota Bheem aur Chhalchaaya
- Chhota Bheem in African Safari
- Chhota Bheem in Dinosaur World
Mighty Raju is a spin-off of Chhota Bheem, it is a series of movies based on the Raju in the modern world. Raju is the hero of Aryanagar.
Arjun-Prince Of Bali
Arjun-Prince Of Bali is a spin-off of Chhota Bheem, it is a 30-minute 52 episode series based on the Chhota Bheem and Throne Of Bali character Arjun. The Arjun series is a perfect blend of action and comedy. It revolves around the young prince of Bali-Arjun and his adventures with his friends and friend pet Zimbu- a baby tiger. Each episode consists of two stories and is targeted for kids up to 13 years of age. The series will show adventures of Arjun during his childhood. Arjun-Prince of Bali will exist in the same timeline as that of Chhota Bheem. It is set to air from 1 June at 9 am on Disney Channel India. Chhota Bheem comics series Green Gold Animation, started a comic series based on Chotta Bheem. Till now comics based on many episodes and films of the show are published.
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