‘Boonie Bears – Guardian Code’ to be released in India by Ultra

MUMBAI: “Boonie Bears – Guardian Code,” which releases on Mother’s Day eve, highlights the unbreakable relationship that mothers and their offspring have with one another all across the world. This will be the eleventh animated feature film in the wildly popular “Boonie Bears” franchise, which has captured the hearts of viewers in 82 countries since 2012.

“Boonie Bears – Guardian Code” is a cute adorable film of 2 lovable Bear Cubs Bunnu & Munnu 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.

The adventures of Bonnie Bears have transcended language barriers, fascinating audiences of all ages with their endearing antics & heartwarming narratives. They have become a cultural phenomenon, enchanting generations with their timeless charm & universal appeal.

Boonie Bears, an international franchise has evolved into a highly cherished animated universe with 10 films & extensive TV series spanning 11 seasons with 728 episodes worldwide since its debut on January 22, 2012. Alongside it, Boonie Bears has also expanded its reach with 5 books, further enriching its immersive universe. It is currently being streamed on Netflix, Sony & Disney globally.

The “Boonie Bears” film series is based on the wildly popular animated television show produced by Fantawild Holdings Inc. The film is acquired & released in India by Ultra Media & Entertainment Group.

Rajat Agrawal, Director, Ultra Media & Entertainment Group quoted “We are extremely thrilled to bring Boonie Bears to India. 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.”