Boonie Bears – Guardian Code Releasing in Theatres on May 10th

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“Boonie Bears – Guardian Code” will be released in English and Hindi in theatres across India on May 10th. The film, which is being released on the eve of Mother’s Day, depicts the unbreakable link that mothers and their children have around the world. This will be the 11th animation feature film in the globally popular “Boonie Bears” cartoon franchise, which has captivated audiences in 82 countries since 2012. 

“Boonie Bears – Guardian Code” is a sweet and adorable film about two lovable bear cubs, Briar and Bramble, who have been living happily with their mother Barbara in the Crystal Peaks forest until a tragic fire separates them from her. Many years later, they receive a puzzling clue indicating that their mother is still alive. Determined to solve the riddle of her disappearance with strength and fortitude, the bear brothers eventually triumph by facing the truth and rescue her. The Hindi version is titled “Boonie Bears – Mumma Ki Khoj,” and the bear cubs are named Bunnu and Munnu. Don’t miss your chance to see this film at select theatres this Friday for just “Rs 99”.

Trailers for the film may be found by clicking the following links:



The adventures of Bonnie Bears have transcended language barriers, captivating audiences of all ages with their lovable antics and heartwarming stories. They’ve become a cultural phenomenon, captivating generations with their ageless charm and worldwide appeal. 

Since its premiere on January 22, 2012, the Boonie Bears brand has grown into a beloved animated universe with ten features and an enormous television series spanning 11 seasons and 728 episodes globally. Boonie Bears has also expanded its scope with five books, adding to its captivating universe. It is presently available for global streaming on Netflix, Sony, and Disney.

The film series “Boonie Bears” is based on Fantawild Holdings Inc.’s enormously famous animated television show. The Boonie Bears series began its globe theatrical trip in 2014. The worldwide box office for Boonie Bears: Guardian Code was $220 million. Ultra Media & Entertainment Group purchased and released the film in India.

 “We are extremely thrilled to bring Boonie Bears to Indian cinemas. The sheer fan following that the franchise had been enjoying globally is a testament of its universal appeal. The emotional quotient of the film will resonate well with the Indian audience. We also have been observing that there is a dearth of good films for children in India. Hence we also strategically timed the release to sync it with the summer vacation of the children, so that they can enjoy it in the theatres with their family in leisure,” remarked Mr. Rajat Agrawal, Director, Ultra Media & Entertainment Group.

Boonie Bears made its television debut in 2013 with BB: Homeward, followed by BB: Robo-Rumble in 2014. It gained a lot of popularity and became the most popular children’s show worldwide. Following this, an assortment of television shows were aired, totaling 11 seasons and 728 episodes globally since its launch.

About Ultra Media & Entertainment Private Ltd (established in 1982): A professionally managed Indian entertainment conglomerate that pioneers in the production, acquisition, distribution, and syndication of Indian and international material on a global scale. For over 40 years, they have provided end-to-end solutions in a variety of languages and formats to the global film and television industries. For further information, please visit 

By: Namit Pandey

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