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Petra van Hoven,
Legend knows him as an archer of unwavering focus, the soldier who fought a battle in his own heart before taking up arms against his enemy. This is the untold story of Arjun, hero of the Mahabharata. A precocious talent plunged from boyhood and innocence into a murky world of deceit and betrayal, coming of age to become the most powerful warrior of his time. From the dusty plains of Hastinapur to the icy peaks of the Himalayas, Arjun: The Warrior Prince is the story of a man discovering what it takes to be a hero. Written by
UTV Motion Pictures
I like animated movies (and series too for that matter). Have been following the great works from American animation studios like Pixar, Disney, Dreamworks etc, and then all those Japanese studios cranking out stylish animes, I know our Indian animation industry has a lot of ground to cover.
That being said, animation in this movie impressed me. You simply cannot deny the detailed backgrounds and environments that were presented in this movie. They even put in cattle grazing on the fields which disperse when our Pandavas rush in on their horses. That scene made me laugh as well as awe in the thought they put in creating it. The lush forests, the architecture, I was exclaiming at every new environments introduced.
Story-wise, well it could have been better, but again this was a movie and moreover on Arjun and not the whole Mahabharata, so I guess I am OK with the creative liberties taken. The fights, I was very delighted at the use of Kalaripayattu in their choreography, all was great except the one where Arjun went all Bruce Lee.
Well enough said. Enjoy this movie!
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