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After the stupendous success of "Hanuman" last year, the new buzzword in Indian cinema is animation. Pentamedia Studios and Mayajaal Entertainments, the pioneers in the business, have now come out with their 74-minute English film "Gulliver's Travel", releasing this Friday. The film is directed by Anita Udeep. Despite the hullabaloo about "Hanuman", which raked in a profit of Rs. 15 crore for its makers, the U.S. market felt the quality of animation films made in India is not up to the mark. So Pentamedia has made "Gulliver's Travel", a 3D animated film, with great care and is releasing it during the summer holidays as it is targeted at children and a family audience.

SREEDHAR PILLAI

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