Swaroop: Bovine Bliss (2001)

TV Short   |    |  Animation, Short

A comedy pilot for the first series starring Indian immigrants in America. Swaroop is a 10 year old kid, smart, resourceful and a good heart. In this episode, next door neighbor "Steve" ... See full summary »


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20 March 2017 | www-afzala1
| A really forgettable show that deserved not to be picked up
I remember as a little boy watching this at my cousin's house in Canada back in 2K1, during Cartoon Network's golden age. After over 15 years I've finally found it and I didn't really enjoy it as much compared to when I seen it first time and I thought seeing a show centred on an Indian family was kind of original, but it had more flaws with it.

The story is about an Indian kid stealing his next door neighbour's cow due to his religion, then regrets his decision after the cow bosses him around, that's it?

Well what do you expect from this short? The brother is soo annoying, the parents are dumb, the granny is a bossy and Swaroop is an A$$hole for stealing that guy's cow (must've cost him to buy that cow), insulting him and injuring him. The whole family comes of as a very stereotypical Indian-American family, also their lifestyle is backwards.

I'm glad this didn't get picked up, because it seems very racist, I can see the Indian community getting raged with this show lol. I wouldn't waste time with this short as the plot is useless and the only redeeming thing about this short is it's animation and voice acting (well for the most part).

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Animation | Short


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27 July 2001



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