Mommy Bloggers & their Kids feasting on a special screening of “ Boonie Bears


“Mother’s Day” was celebrated with Mommy Bloggers & their Kids feasting on a special screening of “ Boonie Bears : Guardian Code”. Well-known Mommy Bloggers from Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore & Chennai treated themselves & their kids to a special siesta this Friday. This screening held in various multiplexes was a joyful ride & witnessed them taking selfies in various poses with the standees & backdrops of the film. They were so connected with the film that one can see them rooting for the 2 brothers fighting against all odds to get their lost mother back. In the end, some of them were noticed getting teary-eyed watching the brothers reunite with their Mother.

“Boonie Bears – Guardian Code” is a cute alluring journey of 2 lovable Bear Cubs Briar & Bramble who have been living happily with their mother Barbara in the forest of Crystal Peaks until a devastating fire separates them from their mother. Many years later they get a mysterious clue about their mother being alive. Determined to unravel the mystery of her disappearance with grit & courage, the bear brothers ultimately emerge victorious by confronting the truth & rescuing her from the villains. The title of the Hindi version is called “ “Boonie Bears – Mumma Ki Khoj” & the Bear Cubs are called Bunnu & Munnu 

This is the 11th animation feature film from the globally beloved “Boonie Bears” animated franchise which has captivated audiences across 82 countries worldwide since 2012. 

Mr. Rajat Agrawal, Director, Ultra Media & Entertainment Group quoted “ We are extremely thrilled to bring Boonie Bears to Indian cinemas. The sheer fan following that the franchise had been enjoying globally is a testament of its universal appeal. The emotional quotient of the film will resonate well with the Indian audience. We also have been observing that there is a dearth of good films for children in India. Hence we also strategically timed the release to sync it with the summer vacation of the children, so that they can enjoy it in the theatres with their family in leisure “