Nick India’s Kids Choice Awards 2019 to take place tomorrow

MUMBAI: Nickelodeon India has announced the fifth edition of the Kids Choice Awards 2019 with Yellow Diamond and Apis being the associate sponsors. The Kids Choice Awards and will be held on 20th December in Mumbai.

The Kids Choice Awards recognises and honors the best talents in the country by empowering kids to vote for their favorites across various categories. The voting kickstarted on Children’s Day, 14th November, across categories including favourite actor, favourite actress, favourite movie, a favourite song, favourite mobile game, to name a few.

This year, Kids Choice Awards received close to 500,000 votes. The kids, by voting on, the Voot App and MyJio app, decided who would take home the coveted Nickelodeon Blimp.

Every year, the extravaganza sees the biggest names from Bollywood match steps with the adorable Nicktoons like Motu Patlu, Rudra and Shiva, to name a few. From Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, and Alia Bhatt to Shah Rukh Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, and Kartik Aaryan, the prestigious award show has seen Bollywood’s heartthrobs walking the orange carpet and headlining the landmark kids’ event.

Following the legacy of a dazzling show and an entertaining evening, this year will once again see some rocking performances, glamour, and excitement. To be hosted by the actor and comedian Varun Sharma, the main attractions of the evening will be performances by Varun Dhawan, Sara Ali Khan, and Bhumi Pednekar. Not to mention the age-old honour of the stars getting drenched in the Nickelodeon signature green slime.

The star-studded awards night is set to be aired not only on the Nickelodeon franchise, but also on Colors, Rishtey, Colors regional network, and Voot.

Viacom18 head Hindi Mass Entertainment, Kids TV Network Nina Elavia Jaipuria said, “We at Nickelodeon, always believe in empowering children and giving them an opportunity to voice their opinions and choices. With each passing year, we have strengthened the bond with our young audiences and their parents by creating new benchmarks in the kids’ entertainment space.”

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