Despicable Me 2 toys launch in India - ToyNews

Despicable Me 2 toys launch in India

Collection includes poseable action figures and talking figures with special sound effects based on hit animated comedy film.
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Indian firm, My Baby Excel has teamed with Thinkway Toys to release a line of toys based on 3D animated comedy movie, Despicable Me 2.

The range has been released in India and includes interactive figures of Gru, Agnes as well as the film's hero characters, the Minions - Stuart and Dave.

The toys are suitable for children aged four and upwards and are available at leading retailers across the territory.

The range includes Collector's Edition Figures and Special Feature Action Figures.

The Collector's Edition Figures feature detailed interactive figures of Gru, Dave and Agnes with moving heads, eyes and mouths. Each characters speaks more than 30 phrases from the movie.

Meanwhile, the range of Special Feature Action Figures includes Dancing Dave who talks, sings and dances. With sound activated feature, Dave also responds to voice commands.

Talking Stuart speaks over 45 sayings with his original voice, can talk with funny expressions and when pressed features a laugh out loud mode. Talking Dave has 55 sayings and includes the special Banana Mode, producing farting sounds she his tongue is pressed.

Mustafa Kapasi, COO, My Baby Excels, said: "Representing a global brand like Thinkway Toys in India gives us immense pleasure and great opportunity to associate with movies like Despicable Me 2 merchandising.

"Kids in India follow a lot of animated movies and this one is among the top especially due to the cute and hilarious Minions.

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