BMG Animations is the animation division of BMG Group. It is specialized in creation, development, production and distribution across diverse media platforms. Dr. Mims, Kunjamman, Tintumon, Finance Guru etc are some of the jewels in the BMG Animation crown. More than 1,00,000 minutes of orginal content has been created by BMG Animations so far.
BMG Media House
BMG Media House, the visual media division of BMG Group, produces visual media based entertainment for television, advertisements and other digital - online platforms for the infotainment and entertaiment consumption. BMG Media House had produced content for major media mogul companies like Star Group, CNBC and most of the malayalam channels.
BMG Entertainment, the entertainment and distribution division of the BMG Group currently have ongoing projects in 40+ television channels. BMG Entertainment also produce the physical media distribution of our animation series for kids. BMG entertainment has partnered with major social media platforms to make it available in all web platforms.
Wellness Lab is an innovative divition of BMG Group that runs on any smart phone where the patients gets timely notification of their medicines, diet, routine exercises etc. in viual and auditory content as prescribed by the doctors and thus helping an acurrate follow up of what doctors' orders, helps to attains fastest and safest recovery of patients.
Built on Tradition
B.M.GAFFOOR is the torchbearer of BMG GROUP. BMG is an IT media group successfully serving all the current worlds IT and Media requirements. our founder's experience and vision for animation and its possibilities have being the backbone of the company growth. BMG started as an animation house in 2004 and is now a one-stop production and service area for anything and everything related to IT and media. Gafoor served as a cartoonist for many publications, including the Chandrika, Shankar's Weekly, Deshabhimani and Cut Cut, before settling down for the remainder of his career at Mathrubhumi He remained at the last from 1980 until 2003. He also had his own magazine for a time, Niramala, which he had started during the Emergency.