Gadget Guru Ganesha Review: A Joy Ride For Kids And Adults Alike
Gadget Guru Ganesha shows a reflection of the problems faced in real life by both children and adults.
Gadget Guru Ganesha is a fun animated story about a little boy named Guru and his best friend Ganesha. Ganesha is a toy in front of the adults but transforms into a person in front of the kids. He gives an exciting twist to their otherwise normal life. This new outlook will surely be an eye-catcher, entertaining kids and adults alike, and giving them a fresh perspective on life.
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Guru is a 7-year-old boy who has a lot of curiosity and love for science. Meanwhile, Ganesha has the ability to invent magical gadgets that he uses to save Guru from any kind of problem. Together they go on many new adventures, frequently accompanied by their other friends from India House. Guru always studies and asks Ganesha questions, so that he can learn to make new gadgets just like the other. Ganesha acts as their guardian too, teaching the children valuable lessons on life, good manners that they should follow, and achieve success in whatever task they take up.
Although played out in a very light-hearted manner, Gadget Guru Ganesha shows a reflection of the problems faced in real life by children and adults alike. There are times when children are unable to deal with problems in their daily matters like homework or playing with others, and they choose a shortcut to get things right. Ganesha becomes their friend and caretaker in such times, assisting them in finding a solution while teaching them how to be independent. The bad guy in the show Cry Baba loves taking away happiness from peoples’ lives, but the children always thwart his plans and always keep everyone happy. This is another important lesson that children and adults need to learn, which is how to be happy in difficult times. A fun-filled escapade, Gadget Guru Ganesha is surely a tremendous watch!
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