(Saksham, 7, writes a story inspired by strength and wit of Chhota Bheem)
Once upon a time in a place called Botakpur lived two giants. There was one big giant and a small giant. One day when the giants were going for a walk they saw many people walking with guns. The giants thought that the people are going to shoot them because the giants were very clever. And indeed, the people wanted to shoot them. But the giants were too clever. The small giant started hitting the people and passing them to the big giant. The big giant kept on eating the people.
Now there were no people left to eat. So, the giants decided to go somewhere else. They went to a place called Dholakpur. “We can eat many people here and nobody can harm us”, thought the giants. Then they started hiding so nobody could see them. At night they would come out of their cave and eat people. One day the king came to know about the giants. He asked the guards to see how the giants look and click pictures of them. The guards clicked pictures of the giants and showed them to the king. Then he asked the guards to fight the giants. But the guards said they were scared.
So the king asked Chhota Bheem and his friends to fight the giants. And that night they challenged the giants for a fight. The small giant got killed easily. But the big giant was tough. Then Bheem got an idea. He asked the giant to chase him. Then they approached a river and the moment the giant tried to punch him they pushed him in the river and he flowed away with the river and never came back. And that is how Bheem solved another problem in Dholakpur.