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REVIEW : Chota Bheem And The Throne of Bali - Black magic that will bring the kiddies to theatres

Posted By : Animation Galaxy    At 11-05-2013 13:46:03

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As we all know, Chota Bheem is known for his courage, bravery, truthfulness, kindness and of course ladoo!

As compared to the “Chota Bheem and the curse of damyaan” that was released last year, “Chota Bheem and the throne of Bali” has succeeded in bringing the kids along with their parents to cinemas.

The story starts in Dholakpur where King Indravarma wishes to meet his sister who is married to the King of Bali who also has a brave son named Arjun. When requested by Princess Indumati, King Indravarma discuss about this to Chota Bheem, Raju, Jaggu, Chutki, Kalia and Dholu Bholu and they all set for Bali.

In ‘Chota Bheem and the throne of Bali’, there is also an ugly witch named Rangda with ugly looks and scary voice who wanted to destroy the whole Bali with her witchcraft and establish her supremacy. Rangda is a very powerful villain, and has Leyaks as her army who cause destruction and disease among the people and animals. Rangda had come to Bali after a long period of time. After spreading terror in Bali, Rangda kidnaps Arjun’s parents.

King Indravarma is surprised by the condition of Bali and thinks of it as a starting point of a big problem. Now, it is upto Bheem and his friends along with the Prince to take on, fight and defeat the evil witch.

Chota Bheem and the throne of Bali is a tale of bravery, unity and self-confidence. The scenery of Bali is magnificent. Rajiv Chilaka, who is the director of this film and founder of Green Gold Animation, has done a great direction here.

Chota Bheem and the throne of Bali has a simple story and the songs are well presented with scenes. “Baali Bali Jagmagati Diwali” is a must watch song. The story is presented in a simple and beautiful way.

Kaalia and his companions Dholu Bholu are always successful in getting to the hearts of people with their funny acts. Some scenes of this movie can also remind you of IPL T20 when Bheem and his friends are seen doing ‘Jhampik Jhapang’.

Arjun’s character could be presented with more perfection whereas Princess Indumati got very less scenes. The film has got a really interesting climax where Rajiv Chilaka has done his job really good.

If you are a fan of Chota Bheem and wish to see the beauty of Bali, then this movie will not let you down. With this film, Chota Bheem has proved that Indian Animation Industry will soon be on the top of Animation Industry.

Review by - Abhinav Jha - Age 15 ( Animation Galaxy )

Rating – 3.5/5

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