|Release date : 03 May 2013|
|123telugu.com Rating : 3/5|
|Director : Rajiv Chilaka|
|Producer : Rajiv Chilaka, Samir Jain|
|Music Director : Sunil Kaushik|
|Starring : Bheem, Arjun|
Chota Bheem is a very popular character among kids. ‘Chota Bheem and the Throne of Bali’ is the latest instalment in the series and it has been directed by Rajiv Chilaka. The movie has released today across Andhra Pradesh. Let us see how this movie will be.
The story of this film is a very simple one.
Chota Bheem is an immensely strong young boy from Dholakpur. Chutki, Raju, Kalia, Dholu, Bholu and his other friends get to know about the story of The Prince of Bali. The kingdom of Bali is in grave danger due to the evil Rangda.
The Prince of Bali, Arjun, must also save his parents from the clutches of the evil witch. He teams up with our young Chota Bheem and his gang in order to achieve his objective.
The rest of the story is about how Bheem and his friends help Arjun in his mission.
Plus Points :
Chota Bheem is an immensely popular character and kids will turn up in good numbers for this adorable little film. The story of the film is quite well narrated and there is good humour throughout the film. The dialogues and antics of the characters will make kids laugh.
The song ‘Nene Balavanthudni’ has been picturized well. Bheem and his team also dance to the popular IPL jingle ‘Jhampik Jhapang’ and this sequence has come out really well.
The climax of the film has been shot really well and it will appeal to kids. This will be a good time pass film for kids this summer.
Animation quality and over technical values of the film are really good.
Minus Points :
The second half of the film slows down when compared to the first half. Things look up again only towards the climax.
Cinematic liberties have been taken in this animation tale. Logic sometimes goes for a toss.
Arjun’s character could have been better.
Unlike some other animated films, the appeal of this film will be limited to kids alone. Adult viewers may not find the film interesting.
Technical Aspects :
The film’s animation quality is quite good. The clever use of humour and mythology in the film is a big asset. The film’s editor should have taken some care in the second half of the film, to speed up things.
Rajiv Chilaka has largely succeeded in coming up with an engaging tale for kids.
Chota Bheem and the Throne of Bali is a fun filled adventure for kids. Good quality animation,clever humour and an interesting storyline work well for this film. The film’s appeal though, is limited only to kids. If you have some little tykes at home, take them to the theaters to watch Chota Bheem in action.
123telugu.com Rating – 3/5
Reviewed by Nagesh M
(Translated by Emmess)
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