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Hyderabad Based inAni Media to unveil multiple IPs for Domestic and International Markets

Hyderabad: Established in 2016, Hyderabad based animation studio inAni Media Pvt Ltd is a full-length animation studio, currently involved in Original IP creation- both 2D and 3D for all regions and cross platforms. With a team of 50 plus creative minds, apart from the in-house content creation, inAni is working as a service studio as well for various domestic and international clients. Located in the heart of Hitech City, where the technology meets talent and creativity, inAni is fully engaged in creating some of the fun filled, adventurous and rib-tickling shows.

Out of the long list of Titles, to name a few - Ant & Elephant , 52X7" 2D(Season1), first of its kind Sportstoon , created by Bhargava, a National Film Award Winner, a no dialogue hilarious sports engagement of two friends opposite in sizes and traits but share a common passion of playing games. One more IP from the same creator is Chanakya - 104X7" 2D (Season 1) show currently under production, is about the funny tales of mind vs muscle. D-Man -52 X11" (Season1) another coming of the age sci-fi 2D show in the catalog with international appeal. Apart from the 2D shows, SuperMonk- 52 X 7"(Season1) an adventurous and enthralling 3D show is also in the pipeline, which is about the fun filled adventures of a young super monkey from Monkhill along with the gifted kids of Hitech city.

"InAni's vision is to create a number of long-running series that are entertaining and enriching for kids that can reach to multi platforms both national and international ensuring the widest possible distribution, licensing and Merchandising. We believe content is timeless, limitless and priceless. Basically, we are storytellers and we want to bring all those exhilarating characters for kids that they can grow with then and cherish for a life time! We have a robust production pipeline set for producing multiple IPs. Our creative capabilities are our strength, thanks to our Creative Mentor and the National Award Winner Bhargava who is been coming up with unique ideas and concepts from the roots which are as enriching as they are entertaining. We are on an expansion spree and want to continue it in the next couple of years. Animation industry in India is picking up and we wish to explore all possibilities in merchandise and licensing for our characters. We are looking forward for our characters and shows to roll in the markets", inAni CEO Rahul Reddy says.

"Its time the gear is shifting in terms of content. Stories based on our Mythology and folklore is in vogue on world markets and our strength lies in telling stories from the roots of India with a unique style of narration that is enthralling and exhilarating. I believe kids content is a responsibility, these are the seeds that we sow which will reap in time. We want to give some best companions to our kids through our characters that are tall in character and integrity. India is a land of stories- from Ramayan & Mahabharat to folklore we can offer the world content for the next 100 years as engaging as never before, which is our core strength" Bhargava, Creative Writer/ Director.

"InAni is also working on some of the prestigious service projects. This helps us in keeping abreast with the current trends in the global markets. This is the age of collaborations and we are exploring the possibilities of co-productions also. We have reached to few studios for this and the response is quite positive. The growing demand of Desi content is an advantage for us as we have more than 25 titles in our catalogue at different stages. We also have the plans to make an animation feature film for the global release, we have acquired the rights and details to come very soon" adds Rahul Reddy.

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