Aditya, a film star, accidentally lands in the world of cartoons where there is a constant war going on between the good guys and the bad guys. Being fed up of this regular chaos, Toonpurs good guys decide to take Aditya's help and this is when a reel life hero gets a chance to transform himself into a real life superhero. Bu...more
Aditya, a film star, accidentally lands in the world of cartoons where there is a constant war going on between the good guys and the bad guys. Being fed up of this regular chaos, Toonpurs good guys decide to take Aditya's help and this is when a reel life hero gets a chance to transform himself into a real life superhero. But things are not as simple as the good guys had thought. less
“Keeping a few technical flaws aside, Toonpur Ka Superhero is a classy piece of animation to watch this Christmas.”
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This is one movie where the second half is much better than the first. And for that feat itself it deserves to be seen. The (nicely)animated story, set in a cartoon city called Toonpur is a fight of the good toons against the evil ones helped by a real life superhero played by Ajay Devgun. Only that he is actually not such a brave guy (a hilarious scene at the start shows us how action scenes are really shot) and he has to prove to this son that he is not a fake hero but a real one.
A strong story line makes this film a good watch. The voice over at the start is avoidable since it does not meet the purpose of establishing the characters in our minds Its a bit like getting introduced to a bunch of people at a party in a one go and then promptly forgetting their names. As the movie progresses, we get to know Gappi (the Bappi Lahiri look alike. I dont know why he complained. I would have been flattered to be caricatured thus), the belan wielding Gujju ben, the little sardarji boy straight out of Kuchh kuchh hota hai and the baddies modelled on assorted people.
The first half is a bit clunky and you feel the director is trying to find his groove. Post interval the action is fast and furious with Ajay pitted in a gaming battle with the bad guy to save his family and the good toons. Kids who are immersed in PS games will totally identify with this part of the movie.
Ajay Devgun as the superstar trying to prove himself is confident (And it takes a whole lot of confidence to flirt with a cartoon!). Kajol has a miniscule role and the voice overs are fun to try and identify.
The dialogues are pretty funny and some of them are very clever. I laughed quite a bit. (Of course having a laughing kid next to you helps!)
Go watch it with kids or without. It is a fun movie. My 5 year old daughter Keya who is looking on as I write this out has given the verdict very very very good. Please put a 100 smileys next to it :)