Mahabharat 3D
Retelling of epic mythological saga with an added dimension.
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Mahabharat 3D

Hindi
AnimationMythology
27 Dec, 2013
2 hrs 06 mins
68%
52 votes
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SYNOPSIS
Touted to the most expensive Bollywood animation film,Mahabharat 3D is a retelling of epic mythological saga with an added dimension. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit Ajay Devgn, Vidya Balan, Sunny Deol, Anil Kapoor, Jackie Shroff, Manoj Bajpayee, Deepti Naval
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If only Mahabharat was a made-for-radio special instead of a half-heartedly animated demo reel masquerading as a childrens fantasy, writes Sukanya Verma. Simplifying serious literature or historical for easy consumption of children is long-running practice. If Disney conveniently changed the tragic outcome of The Little Mermaid or The Jungle Book to craft an aww-inducing happy ending that would please its young audience, Indian animators condense copious chapters of Hindu mythology to render it uncomplicated for kids. ...Read full review
Mahabharata is touted as the costliest animation film to come out from India. But looks like our costliest is still not good enough - considering that we have a long way to go before even reach the standards of the animations that come out from the West. Mahabharata is yet again a disappointment in the series of animation films that have been produced in India. We still seem to be struggling to get that right and Mahabharata just reiterates the same. Most characters of this immensely interesting epic tale end up looking drab and dull, thanks to the expressionless dummy like animated characters. ...Read full review
48 years after Babubhai Mistry`s Mahabharat with Pradeep Kumar, Dara Singh, Padmini and Abhi Bhattacharya was released, a full-computerised version of the epic directed by Amaan Khan hits theatres today. Fully relevant today because it deals with basic human characteristics like greed, duty, fidelity and selflessness, this animated version is like a refresher course for those who may not be well-versed with the Ramayana and Mahabharata. ...Read full review

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