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Keymon Ache is a Nickelodeon India animated series about an ordinary schoolkid Rohan Tendulkar, and his friend by the name of Keymon Ache. Keymon is a magical schoolbag, who was a gift recieved from Rohan's dad. He simply has the ability to give toys sentience, interact with them and make them do whatever he wants. Needless to say, Rohan won't hesitate to misuse his magic at times for any reason.

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Keymon Ache provides examples of:

  • A Dog Named "Dog": A monkey(-like bag) technically named "Monkey".
  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: Keymon isn't actually a monkey, but he's light blue in color.
  • Brought to You by the Letter "S": Keymon has a symbol with the letter "K".
  • Catchphrase: Keymon's catchphrase is "Appal Pappal Chappal Chaat! Toylish mein sunlo Meri baat!", which he chants.
  • Cast of Expies: The cast are essentially this to Doraemon's characters. Then again, the whole show is essentially an entire expy to it (for the most part).
  • Character in the Logo: The logo of the show is Keymon's head, with its outline and his teeth being visible.
  • Everything's Better with Monkeys: Keymon is a magical schoolbag who looks like a monkey.
  • Holiday Episode: The characters celebrate Holi in the episode "Holi War".
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  • It Is Pronounced Tro Pay: If one is used to English word pronunciations, the "Ache" part of Keymon's name is pronounced "ah-chee".
  • Living Toys: Keymon comes from Toyland, which is populated by living toys.
  • The Movie: A movie came out called Keymon & Nani In Space Adventure.
  • Only One Name: Some minor characters, such as Rahul and Mini, are usually only referred to by one name.
  • Sdrawkcab Name: "Keymon" is "monkey" with the syllables reversed, and Keymon heavily resembles a monkey.
  • Water Guns and Balloons: In the episode "Holi War", the kids have a Holi color war (as the episode name implies)note  using water guns and water balloons—filled with, well, colored water.


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