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New Delhi : Your child can become a character in a story or even in an animation movie.
My Personalised Mall, a unit of Rogers Services, personalises everything for its customers.
'We are into promotion of personalised products like personalised storybooks, wherein, we print the name of the child and make him/her a character in the book along with their friends or relatives,' said Manoj C Dalal, Vice President Expansion of the company.
'The storybook comes from Texas. It is a novel idea as it encourages the children to read as they are characters in the book.
It also enhances the self-esteem of the child,' he added.
Personalised DVD films in which a child portrays the character of Spiderman can also be made in Rs 1299. All one has to do is to provide a photograph of the child.
The Kolkata company is also into other personalised products like printing of photos on mugs, plates, tiles, necklaces, pendants, keychains, ties or wood and has a huge range of corporate and desktop laser engraved wooden products like pens, pencils, pen boxes, photo frames, napkins and envelope holders.
'One of the customers asked for a personalised tie with the photographs of all his girlfriends on it and one tie was not sufficient for the task,' Mr Dalal joked.