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Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventure: Film Review – Bheem is Back

By Juhi Matta 07 January, 2016 2 min read
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Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventure: Film Review – Bheem is Back
Verdict: Wholesome fun for the entire family.

To say that Chhota Bheem is India’s most beloved cartoon character would be a massive understatement, if there ever was one. And now, he’s embarking on an adventure bigger than ever!




Chhota Bheem and his friends decide to take a trip to Manali, where they can enjoy winter to the fullest. However, their vacation doesn’t go as planned when they are forced to make a slight detour. Here, they chance upon Dhiru, whose father teaches them how to ski. But the fun is interrupted by Hidimbak, the dacoit and proficient skier, who will stop at nothing to get what he wants. Will Bheem and his friends be able to defeat him?

Though it primarily caters to children, the latest Chhota Bheem film promises to be fun for the whole family. From life lessons to slapstick comedy, there’s nothing that the film doesn’t have. Still, Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventure never gets preachy or tries to pander to a larger audience. It is a sincere film with its heart in the right place, much like the titular character. And isn’t that what endeared audiences to the show in the first place?

It would’ve been easy for the filmmakers to release a half-baked film, and let Chhota Bheem‘s fame work its magic. Thankfully, Rusauro B. Adorable pours his heart and soul into the project, and it shows. He takes Teja Pratap‘s script and crafts it in a way that actually made a child say, "Now, I want to climb the Himalayas too!"

Needless to say, Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventure takes you into the heart of the action. And with companions like Bheem, Chutki, Raju, Indu and the rest of the crew, this adventure is undoubtedly an epic one. The film will make you laugh, cry and leave you with a warm and fuzzy feeling. What’s better? The movie also has some hilarious references that parents will recognize and enjoy, making it fun for the whole family. If you (or your tiny tots) enjoy animated films backed by a great story, don’t miss this one!

Why You Should Watch this Movie:
Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventure features the right amounts of drama, comedy and music to keep everyone entertained. Both parents and children will love this charming film!

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