Sally's high-energy and passion for problem solving lead her to open up her own little business -- Sally Bollywood Investigation (SBI) -- as a sort of sub-department of her father's agency. As the animated series continues, Sally engages neighborhood kids as a "results guaranteed" detective; using all the technological blessings an urban kid detective of the twenty-first century might enlist to get the job done. The animated series' swift-pacing and excitable color scheme brightens more tiresome or typical methods of deduction, with bike chase scenes, lab inventions, and more often than not, a funny and engaging song and dance sequence.
The action-comedy cartoon benefits from a polished and integrated soundtrack, and a highly visual story.
Each episode's accessible balance of a western, urban environment with the traditional, colorful mosaic typical of some eastern cultures make for an effective viewing experience. Zodiak Entertainment previously secured deals for Disney Channel (France, Italy), VRT (Belgium), RTBF (Belgium), Atlantic Pictures (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia), and others, with even more sales anticipated for The Netherlands and the Middle East.
Whether someone's homework has gone missing, or if a local kid has an argument in desperate need of an arbitrator, Sally Bollywood is on the case. The concept for the animated series is credited to Pepper Sue and Elastik Jane, produced by Philippe Alessandri and Giorgio Welter, with series direction by Jeremie Hoareau and Alexis Ducord. Production partners include Tele Images Kids/ Marathon Animation (France), Three's A Company (Australia), and FunnyazHell Animation (Australia).