Kung Fu Yoga

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Kung Fu Yoga

03 Feb, 2017
1 hrs 43 mins
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Jack (Jackie Chan) is a renowned professor of archeology at the Terracotta Warrior Museum in China's ancient city Xi'an. One day, Dr. Ashmita (Disha Patani), a beautiful Indian archaeologist, arrives to show Jack a map that may present a clue to the long lost treasures of the Magadha Kingdom. She invites him on an expedition to Tibet, joined by his teaching assistants Xiaoguang (Lay Zhang) and Nuomin (Mu Qimiya), and Ashmita's own teaching assistant Kyra (Amyra Dastur).

The group is joined by Jones Lee (Aarif Rahman), whose father was Jack's close friend. Using high-tech GPS and VR imaging, the group locates the frozen cave where the Magadha Royal Army vanished more than a thousand years ago. Jack seeks help from Jianguo (Eric Tsang), a drilling expert, to open the ice cave underneath. However, they are suddenly ambushed by Randall (Sonu Sood), the direct descendant of the rebel army leader, and his team of mercenaries. During the scuffle, Jones snatches a diamond from a mercenary, while the archaeologists are trapped in the ice cave.

Employing ancient yoga breathing techniques, Jack and Ashmita manage to escape from the cave and rescue the remainder of their group. Jack traces Jones to Dubai, where he has put the diamond up for auction!Jack secures the diamond only for Randall to ambush him again, snatching it back. This triggers a wild high-speed car chase on the city streets. It concludes when Ashmita, riding a motorbike, grabs the diamond! Jack travels to India to uncover the truth of the Indian archaeologist.

Ashmita and Kyra are in fact sisters and descendants of Magadha royalty, who are both determined to restore their family name. Seeing their sincerity, Jack agrees to help them once again. Jack and Ashmita travel to the Sacred Mountain to find the treasure. Meanwhile, Jones and Kyra are kidnapped, with the treasure demanded as their ransom.
Verdict: Brace yourself for some extreme hand-to hand combat We love Jackie Chan! There, we said it. From his comic timing and endearing goofiness to his jaw-dropping ability to perform his own stunts, we have almost always been mesmerized by the man. Then again, we cannot deny Chan who personifies the word 'awesome' has []... ...Read full review
Its not a film that you must watch but if you do, youll definitely enjoy it. Its a must watch only if youre a Jackie Chan fan. ...Read full review
Directed by Stanley Tong, who helmed some of Chans most popular hits, including Supercop and Rumble in the Bronx, this film has an unmistakably calculated feel to it, as if scripted and designed specifically to expand the stars Indian fan base. From throwing in much mythological mumbo jumbo to blatant Hinduism references, the makers of Kung Fu Yoga can be accused of many things but subtlety isnt one of them. ...Read full review



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