Unknown to Ram, far away in sage Valmiki's hermitage, Sita lives as Vandevi, raising their twin sons, Luv & Kush. Though not aware of their lineage, the twins imbibe wisdom, compassion & combat skills that would put any royal prince to shame.
Unknown to Ram, far away in sage Valmiki's hermitage, Sita lives as Vandevi, raising their twin sons, Luv & Kush. Though not aware of their lineage, the twins imbibe wisdom, compassion & combat skills that would put any royal prince to shame. less
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The 3D version is what this reviewer saw. Naturally 3D movies from the west have rendered us with a critical view regarding the aesthetics of 3D movies (!). So here goes.
The efforts put in this animated version are commendable and unlike some other animated movies made in India for Indian audiences, this one has pleasant faces and voices. That is the first thing that comes to mind.
Congratulations is therefore due to all the artists who have lent their voices as well as visuals to this movie. Wish the credits had snapshots of all the artists who made this movie come to life.
The visual depth between the foreground and background was very good but what was not fully exploited (and this is said with all due respect) was the surreal and thrilling sensation of objects flying out of the screen towards the audience. That was missed.
Since the movie was to be released in multiple languages, the makers would have had the unique dilemma as to which version should the lip synchronization go with. Having said that it this did not take away from the viewing pleasure.
Very smartly the movie was kept short - about an hour and 25 minutes. Just right considering a major chunk of the audience will be kiddies.
The Story (in case you have missed reading the Amar Chitra Kathas): The lives and conquests of twins Luva and Kush who are raised in the forest away from their father Ram by their mother Sita and Guru Valmiki.
Takes your children, nieces, nephews, the neighbours' kids and all the grandparents you can manage !! Happy Viewing.