Delhi Comic Con goes a little more Indian

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NEW DELHI: Comic-Con this time is greater than some time recently. With a greater scene at NSIC Ground, Okhla, and a far greater footfall than the 5,000 in its first year when it occurred at Dilli Haat six years back, the yearly occasion has a more grounded touch of Indianness this time.

There is a lot of Indian content this time. Sumit Kumar, a visual craftsman, cos-played Stephen Hawking. “Bahubali didn’t get mainstream due to being Indian, but since the content was so great. Craftsmen are not spilling their heart out to make affect. We think of another character each week,” Kumar said.

The Indian engraving could be seen on a stock as well, similar to T-shirts and different collectibles.

“Our Indie maker outreach has been fruitful and we want to bend over the line one year from now. Such a significant number of comics fans have found these new ones and their makers and have adored them,” said Jatin Varma, author of Comic-Con India.

Cosplay—where individuals could take on the appearance of their most loved characters—pulls in all.

Many live craftsmanship exhibitions are additionally happening. Kiran Narula utilizes sticks and strings to make famous characters like Chacha Chaudhary. “Prominent icons like Batman might be from the West, yet Indian craftsmen are additionally making top content,” she said.

A 360° virtual reality vault has been set up to encounter the tale of Mahabharata in expanded reality. “We are a Thailand-based organization, however have consciously chosen to make Indian content,” said venture executive Mary Salivon.

Author: Creative Bharat

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