Chhota Bheem And The Throne of Bali

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Chhota Bheem And The Throne of Bali

Hindi, Tamil, Telugu
03 May, 2013
1 hrs 52 mins
75 votes
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On an invitation from the King of Bali, Bheem and his friends head to Bali to attend the crowning ceremony of their Prince. On their way, Raja Indraverma tells them about beautiful Bali, and the kids are super excited to visit this land of unlimited landscapes but before they can reach Bali, the kingdom is captured by evil Rangda who also arrests the king and queen of Bali. However the little crown prince manages to escape and forms an alliance with Bheem to take on Rangda, the evil witch who wants to rule Bali.
Rangda is a very powerful villain, and has Leyaks as her army who cause destruction and disease among the people and animals. Now, it is up to Bheem and his friends along with the Prince to take on, fight and defeat the evil witch.

Experience the never told before story with lot of fun gags, amazing visuals and soothing music in a theatre near you, this summer.
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Review: The story starts with The King of Dholakpur, Raja Indravarma wanting to meet his sister who is married to the King of Bali and their very charming son Prince Arjun. He meets and talks to the most famous gang of Dholakpur which is led by our favorite Chhota Bheem, Raju, Chutki and the rest. ... ...Read full review
I like the characters of Bheem and Prince Arjun, they make a really good pair. Chhota Bheem was the real prince of the movie. Rangda, the demon in the movie, was very dangerous so some children were scared watching the movie. Rangda`s army was not as strong as Bheem and Arjun. Bheem and Arjun are good fighters. Bheem and Arjun have the support of monkeys, as Jaggu (Bheems pet monkey) asked some other monkeys to help them. When Rangda becomes strong, she becomes greedy and starts speaking in another language. Her army starts to fly. I like the funny role of Dholu and Bolu; their acting was very good and heaps of fun. Bheem is dressed in a `langot` that looks very nice and Chutki (Bheems best friend) wears a sari and looks very cute and lovely. Kalia`s and Raju`s costumes are not so good. The background of the movie is attractive and the songs are perfect. What I like the best is that Chhota Bheem defeated the demon. I like Chhota Bheem very much but yet, I preferred the television series to the film. ...Read full review
Bheem Bheem Bheem, Chhota Bheem Bheem Bheem...the song was an anthem of sorts for all the kids who showed up for the morning show of this film! They giggled when Bheem gulped down his favourite laddoos and even clapped when he punched the bad guys. Immensely popular on TV as well, the Chhota Bheem franchise has become one of the most popular animation series in India and rightly so. The characters are adorable. There is enough and more humour that can entertain people of all age groups and the story-telling keeps you hooked. As far as story is concerned, as we all know, Bheem`s biggest power is his strength and this film too revolves around it. He plays a saviour once again. This time, he takes up a task of saving the people of Bali from the clutches of cruel witch Rangda who wants to destroy their god to become the mightiest. On the other hand, Bali`s Prince Arjun seeks revenge from the witch as she holds his parents, the king and the queen captive. Bheem and his friends Chutki, Raju, Jaggu, Kalia, Dholu-Bholu promise to support Arjun. Can the tiny gang win the battle? ...Read full review



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