Tag Archives: Animation

Kochadaiiyaan

Review :- Kochadaiiyaan opens with a prologue that tells us the two kingdoms, Kottaipattinam and Kalingapuri, have been at war with one another for generations. We see a boy from Kottaipattinam, who is about to drown, being rescued and the boy, Rana, grows up to become a soldier in Kalingapuri. He earns the friendship of the prince Veera Mahendran and ...

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Chhota Bheem and the throne of Bali

Review :- Bheem Bheem Bheem, Chhota Bheem Bheem Bheem… the song was an anthem of sorts for all the kids who showed up for the morning show of this film! They giggled when Bheem gulped down his favourite laddoos and even clapped when he punched the bad guys. Immensely popular on TV as well, the Chhota Bheem franchise has become ...

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Main Krishna Hoon

Review :- Kantaben (Juhi Chawla) runs an orphanage and funds it by mostly running a small-scale pappad business. One rainy night, she finds a baby abandoned in a basket, outside her orphanage. She takes him in and nurtures him. The circumstances in which she finds the baby, reminds her of Lord Krishna’s birth and childhood. She thus names the boy ...

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Sons Of Ram – Heroes Will Rise

Review :- Ram Ram deva! The time has come. To turn your pages to the epilogue of a perennial epic. The aftermath of the Ram-Raavan yudh. Post tales of Sita’s silent sufferings, Hanuman’s veer vanar sena, Lakshman’s undying loyalty and Rama’s terrific triumph. Brace yourself for the next chapter – the final one, at that. And it’s no ‘child’s play’! ...

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Delhi Safari

Review: Welcome to Animal Planet! Not the one of guts and gore of Tellyland’s jaws, paws and claws; but our own animated jungle mein mangal. Yes. The Animals have landed. Look around the city; you can probably spot a lonely leopard at a ‘zebra-crossing’, a bear working his fat-ass off in your gym or a bandar – ek Virar-fast-local-train-ke-andar. Let’s ...

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Krishna Aur Kans

Review :- We don’t really have a whole lot of films back home specially made for kids. Now that is not the only reason to watch this movie. Krishna aur Kans is undisputedly a visual delight (specially in 3D) with psychedelic, vibrant colours, and voiceovers that ain’t all that bad. While Om Puri’s Kans is convincing as the bad guy ...

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