Goopy wants to sing and Bagha would love to play the Dhol(drum). They meet accidentally and are helped by King of Ghosts. With newly endowed abilities they land in Kingdom of Shundi where ... See full summary »
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Goopy wants to sing and Bagha would love to play the Dhol(drum). They meet accidentally and are helped by King of Ghosts. With newly endowed abilities they land in Kingdom of Shundi where their adventure begins. Written by
This movie depicts three basic needs of a human being : Food, Travel and amusement.
This movie depicts three basic needs of a human being : Food, Travel and amusement. Gupi and Bagha are two characters who meet in a jungle being banished by the King of their village. They by chance meet the King of Ghosts and he gives them three boons for their simplicity and innocence. The first boon : 'They will get food whenever they want' , ' the second : 'they can go anywhere they want' and the third : 'they will master art of music and everybody will be spell bound and motionless while they sing'. Only for the first two boons they have to clap each others hand. They travel (by clapping) to Shundi (a kingdom) to participate in a music competition and win. They become the King's court musicians. They found that all the people in Shundi except the family of the King were dumb because of an epidemic. Unfortunately in Halla (another kingdom governed by the King of Shundi's brother) the Minister drugs the innocent King and prepare to war against Shundi. He engages his chemist to prepare a cure for the dumbness of the people of Shundi. The reason is strange. According to him " If the people of Shundi don't say what they need then how can I bar them from having that?". Gupi and Bagha journeys to Halla and the things start to happen.
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