Milan Nayak’s Cartoony Take for the #6FrameStoryChallenge

As we reach closer to the date of announcing the winners for the #6FrameStoryChallenge, we can’t help but rejoice at the sheer diversity we have seen for this challenge. We’ve seen a few cartoony submissions and happy to see another story join the pool of stories. In this story, Milan Nayak decided to incorporate his favourite character Bonus in a story titled “Bonus and friends”. Bonus is a little boy who is always doing mischievous and funny things. 
Milan goes on to say,

I found that Pratham Books are doing a great thing by this contest and I would love to give my work to bring a smile on all my viewers who always love to watch my cartoons . 

(Milan Nayak is a cartoonist and his work has appeared in Western Times, Sneh World. He also freelances with many organizations. Apart from designing, he is also an I.T engineer and currently works with Zaptech Solutions as a php developer and graphic desginer.)

Read the other interviews by illustrators who took the challenge:
Rajiv EipeKalyani GanapathyPrashant MirandaKavita Singh KaleMegha VishwanathPriya Nair PanickerSweta Roy ChoudhuryPaneendra SureshPriya KuriyanYulianto QinManjari ChakravathiSonal Goyal and Sumit SakhujaSamidha GunjalPreeti LataShwetha Elisha,Mithila AnanthSunandita MehrotraVedavathi Narasimha MurthyJithin JacobVidya Gopal,Archana SreenivasanSomesh KumarGumaniAntara MukherjiAnjora Noronha,Vinayak VarmaSoumya MenonJisha UnnikrishnanKruttika SusarlaNinoshka DiasIsha S ValentineNeelima RaparlaVallabhi ShegaonkarSangeeta DasHari Kumar Nair,Lakhsmi MitterLily BanerjeeAditi DilipNiloufer WadiaDeepa JayaramanAnupamaApteNishith MehtaMuhammed ShafiAmar SoniKrishna Prakash K,Lavanya KarthikSonal Gupta,Kabini AminJason DvorakTanvi BhatRanjani SShikha NambiarAritra Roy ChowdhuryVaishali ChudasamaSharanya KunnathPriya ManikandanMilan NayakDelwyn RemediosGeetanjali BAmbica VinodShailja Jain ChouguleChitra ChandrashekharNikita ModiDavid KnightGeetali TareNilomee Jesrani

If you missed the #6FrameStoryChallenge, but are inspired by the work of fellow illustrators and want to contribute to the open source story platform – do send us your stories! Story guidelines are available here.

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