Krishna Aur Kans

Krishna Aur Kans

Hindi, English
04 Apr, 2012
1 hrs 58 mins
25 votes
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`Krishna Aur Kans`- an animated feature film in 3D is based on the timeless tale of Lord Krishna, one of India`s legendary characters from Indian mythology, revered across the globe. The film chronicles his early years from his birth as the nemesis of his evil uncle Kans to his combat against innumerable lethal demons who are sent by none other than Kans to kill Krishna. This enthralling film brings to life Krishna`s various adventures and miracles, in an aim to put an end to evil.
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How to infuse a vivid body language into a character is one of the biggest hurdles in the way of animation films. `Krishna Aur Kans` also faces the same problem but nearly perfect voice-overs and good visualisation save the day for the film.There is nothing extraordinary about a story that has been told countless number of times through books, serials and cartoons, so all that an informed viewer can demand of is an innovative treatment. Backed up by Reliance Animation, the film boasts of some established names that are associated with the film. For example, Juhi Chwala has given voice for Yashoda, Manoj Bajpayee does the same for Nand, Om Puri plays Kans and Mukesh Khanna dons the role of Kans` minister, however one voice that overshadows all these stars is of Prachi Save (Krishna). ...Read full review
We don`t really have a whole lot of films back home specially made for kids. Now that is not the only reason to watch this movie. Krishna aur Kans is undisputedly a visual delight (specially in 3D) with psychedelic, vibrant colours, and voiceovers that ain`t all that bad. While Om Puri`s Kans is convincing as the bad guy calling the shots, Juhi Chawla is perhaps the voice every tween would relate to. She in fact seems to be re-living the tedha-hain-phir-bhi-mera-hai Yashodan spirit all throughout. Sadly, it`s Manoj Vajpayee that seems a bit unheard. But then making up for all that are the special effects: Krishna fighting all the demons and evil spirits... Krishna playing the flute for the first time ever as autumn leaves fall all over... Krishna stealing all that makhan. Throw in some songs by Sonu Nigam, Sunidhi Chauhan, Shreya Ghoshal - though a wee bit extra for kids to handle - and the weekend shall be worth the wait for tweens out there. ...Read full review
There has been a steady rise in animated films based on Hindu mythology in recent times. It`s a healthy trend given our unabashed dependence on Hollywood when it comes to this genre. But having said that, our quality of animation is nowhere close to what it should be, or perhaps, could be Besides, when a movie is produced and marketed as childrens film, it brings to light some critical questions. Most prominent of these being the usual is it really a kids` flick? Films intended for younger audiences often end up treading on that discreet line between innocence and maturity. Krishna Aur Kans quite vividly falls under that category. And this verdict has little to do with an item number in the film! ...Read full review
When Arjun: The Warrior Prince released in May this year, this reviewer was convinced that Indias animation industry is headed in the right direction, where storytelling and technological advancement go hand in hand and no difference is made between adult and children audiences. Arjun grabbed and retained the attention of both. Three months later, sadly, the same cannot be said about Krishna Aur Kans that was shot around the same time as Arjun. ...Read full review

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