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Mohenjo Daro

Mohenjo Daro

12 Aug, 2016
2 hrs 35 mins
37,010 votes
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During the Pre-historic Indus Valley, in 2016 BC, the evil greed of a man is about to destroy one of the oldest cities in the ancient world, Mohenjo Daro. A young indigo farmer, Sarman, enters the city and meets Chaani, the daughter of the Priest, predicted to be the Origin of a New Society. Sarman, in his attempt to win Chaani's love, uncovers the secrets nobody was ever supposed to know - about Chaani, about Mohenjo Daro and about his own past!
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Verdict: A love story, a revenge saga and a tragedy. Period dramas in Bollywood carry a charm of their own along with a disclaimer that it is not the correct representation of facts. If you are going to watch Mohenjo Daro hoping to get to know the real story of what actually happened to []... ...Read full review
Mohenjo Daro was smooth like silk in terms of cinematography by C. K. Muraleedharan. Music by maestro A R Rahman and especially the recurrent background theme was magical to the ears. Kabir Bedi as Maham and Arunoday Singh as Moonja played the negative force with much conviction. It was also a delight to hear the heavy baritone of Kabir Bedi. Overall, do watch `Mohenjo Daro` for Hrithik Roshan only. But keep your history textbooks miles away from it! ...Read full review
By no standards is a film based on Mohenjo Daro easy to handle. In spite of that, Gowariker adds all the essential elements to make the film as much mass-appealing as possible. The music by A.R. Rahman is one of the highlights - it livens up the pace when you`re just about feeling restless. Gowariker also manages to get some effective performances from his lead pair. Newcomer Pooja Hegde exudes charm and has a striking screen presence. She makes the character of Chaani endearing. Hrithik Roshan holds the screen ably all through. His committed performance salvages the film. ...Read full review
Im going with two out of five for Mohenjo Daro. AR Rahmans score, and the sincerity that Hrithik brings to the film are its only strengths. Lets face it, this tale was best left in the ruins. ...Read full review
It breaks my heart to say this because so much talent and sweat is involved but Mohenjo Daro is a mess. It has ambition and scale. It also has the industrial strength sincerity of Hrithik Roshan who invests his soul into every scene. But the burden of carrying this leaden, cartoon-like narrative proves too much even for his Herculean shoulders. At best, the film works as unintentional comedy. ...Read full review