Ramayana - The Epic

Ramayana - The Epic

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Directed by : Chetan Desai

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The ancient classic story of the legendary king Rama is known to all Indians of all ages, all over the world. Rama is the original Indian super hero, the bravest warrior, the ideal king, and a virtuous human being.


“A great animation film! The imaginations of the creators deserve full credit. Do not miss this one.”

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  • Gross: INR 0.37 cr.
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"Hum Rakshas hain, Rakshas hain hum..." that's how Raavan gets introduced in the film 'Ramayana-The Epic'. For the very first time Maya Entertainment releases the 3D adaptation of Ramayana as full-length film. Honestly, it's next to impossible to narrate the entire Ramayana in the span of 100 mins but Chetan Desai did it really well.

I will not say that movie covers every bit of Ramayana but frankly you'll not miss out on any of the main points. The way Riturraj Tripathi researched the script and dialogues is highly commendable. You will be introduced to almost every character from original Ramayana though in a taut way but every important chunk is given proper attention. The sets deserve a special mention particularly the look of Ravana's Castle. The gothic castle is designed so correctly that you'll truly believe that this how the actual one must have been.

Animators allowed every character to breathe by seamlessly combining the actors voice to the moving figures. The artists who bought these drawings to life are Manoj Bajpai (as Ram), Juhi Chawla (as Sita), Mukesh Rishi (as Hanuman) and Ashutosh Rana (as Ravana). Another fact which made this movie even better is the way few scenes have been given a comic touch. The movie is so colorful but also dark and dreary wherever required. Although, Indian cinema released many animated movies before but the way CGI is used in this one is just spectacular.

Do watch out for the contemporary looks of characters and trust me you will appreciate the imagination of film-makers. Six pack abs of Ram, Laxman and even rotund looking Hanuman has been given a well-toned physique. The thought of portraying "Sita" as a strong willed women rather than a passive ninny like figure was brilliant. Vanar sena is not only strong and brave but in this one they even party. Kudos, to the film-makers for re-creating the master-piece with so much finesse!

Final Verdict: Undoubtedly, the thought of modernizing Indian mythology was a good-stroke but coinciding the release of this epic with Dusshera was a master-stroke!