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Disney's current theatrical logo, in use since 2006 (on-screen text read "Walt Disney Pictures" until 2011).

The Walt Disney Company, often referred to just Disney for short, is an American media conglomerate that was founded in 1923 by Walt Disney and his brother, Roy Disney. The company, which is headquartered in Burbank, California, is well-known for producing many different animated films and TV shows. Their first feature film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), was also the first animated feature-length film to ever be produced in the United States. For a long time, many of the company's subsidiaries, in particular their international television distribution and home entertainment branches, went by the name Buena Vista.

Disney is also one of the largest media conglomerates in the world, having sought to acquire multiple properties to expand their already large company. Among their acquisitions are the film studio Pixar, the American television station ABC and its sister channels, Jim Henson's Muppets franchise, Lucasfilm (famous for Star Wars), the Marvel comics company, and 21st Century Fox (the owners of 20th Century Studios, formerly 20th Century Fox, and all the Fox television stations).

Disney's Indian branch, simply called The Walt Disney Company India, owns Disney Channel India, the producers and broadcasters of Simple Samosa, as well as its sister channel Disney Junior India which also airs the show. Disney also owns the Hotstar streaming service which has the show.

References to Simple Samosa in other Disney properties

Sunny from Bhaagam Bhaag with his Samosa backpack.

  • Bhaagam Bhaag (Disney Channel India, 2019-present): The series' main character, Sunny, owns a backpack depicting Samosa on it. (Sanjiv Waeerkar, the creator of Simple Samosa, also created Bhaagam Bhaag.)

References to Disney and its other properties in Simple Samosa

  • "Sumo Momo": While it is unknown if this was intentional, the episode's plot greatly resembles that of the 2013 Mickey Mouse cartoon's episode "Tapped Out". Both episodes are about the main character bragging that he could defeat a wrestler if he tried and being made to do so under the assumption he was being serious, and both have a character (Samosa in "Sumo Momo", Donald in "Tapped Out") going into a rage and beating up the wrestler.
  • "Samosa Mama": The courthouse's wi-fi password is "D-I-S-N-E-Y".
  • "Banana Fontana": The name of the popstar Banana Fontana is most likely a reference to the American Disney television series Hannah Montana.
  • "Simple Hitchki": The password to enter the room in Doctor Goti Sodawala's hospital containing the uncured hiccup patients is "DISNEY".