The YouTuber, with over 57 million subscribers, took to his channel to review Motu Patlu Image: Facebook
Just like every other Indian kindergartener (and even some adults), Chota Bheem and Motu Patlu have found a fan in Swedish web-based comedian and video producer, PewDiePie.
The YouTuber, with over 57 million subscribers, took to his channel to review Motu Patlu. According to him, the cartoon has 'rectified the Indian presence online'. By 'presence' he means the unwanted, lewd messages or comments with questionable grammar by Indian men that have been giving netizens a good laugh.
He also credits the cartoon for breaking down the fourth wall by alleging that Motu resembles Hitler. Well...
With PewDiePie's approval, Motu Patlu became a meme favourite and even sparked a series of petitions to the channel about bringing the series to American television.
Not surprisingly, his Indian followers invited him to check out the 'dankness' of Chota Bheem and the 28-year-old couldn't even with the theme song. Who knew it would take Motu Patlu and Chota Bheem to help us get rid of our infamous online reputation of harbouring lewd message-sending men!