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In 2016 BC Sarman is a farmer in Amri and wants to trade in Mohenjo Daro to.Durjan,Sarman 's uncle protests against it but cant stop Sarman going Mohenjo Daro, Durjan tells him to be careful as the city is harsh and selfish.Sarman reaches Mohenjo Daro and feels that somehow the place is connected to him,The city is ruled by evil Maham and his son Moonja,Sarman saves Chaani from being stamped by horses and they both start liking each other,but Chaani is about to marry Moonja on their wedding day a major fight happens between Sarman and Moonja,Maham challenges Sarman to take up a fight against Bakar-Zokhar,Sarman proposes Maham that if he wins Chaani should be his will Sarman win Chaani and what is Sarman 's connection with Mohenjo Daro.Written by
Set in 2016 BC at the height of Indus Valley Civilization, the story follows a farmer Sarman (Hrithik Roshan) who travels to the city of Mohenjo Daro and falls in love with a high-status woman (Hegde), and who must then challenge the city's elite, and fight against overwhelming odds to save their civilization. See more »
In the fight between Moonja and Sarman, Moonja knifes Sarman, but there is no blood or wound on Sarman's body. Even later in the movie there is no wound or blood stain on Sarman. See more »
How much we knew about Mohenjo Daro before watching this movie? now I analyze how much do I know about Mohenjo Daro? As we all know from our text books that nothing much is available about this civilization but only the ruins which were discovered around 1920.
So it is safe to say that we see an outright fictionalized account of Mohenjo Daro, it is centered in 2016 BC, where farmers from a small village grow indigo and sell it in Mohenjo Daro. Sarman (Hrithik Roshan), a young man, who sees visions of one-horned animal, vows to go to Mohenjo Daro as he ruminates and thinks he has a connection with Mohenjo Daro. His father Durjan (Nithish Bhardwaj) sends him reluctantly, giving an amulet and warns to open it only when in extreme jeopardy. He comes to Mohenjo Daro, got besotted by Chaani (Pooja Hegde) and engulfs himself in the malevolent and evil practices of the king Maham (Kabir Bedi) and his son Moonja (Arunoday Singh).
We see large set depicting the old era, where Sarman fights with an artificial Crocodile and it looked atrocious, we are living in the period where we have seen an immaculate versions of CGI technology, people cannot distinguish real or fake. Why can the filmmakers not make use of it? And why are they presenting these stale graphics to the people who have seen Bahubali and some of them just seen The Jungle Book?
The screenplay is filled with clichés because once it is a loud love story then a revenge saga then a rescue operation of mankind against a goddamn dam.
The characterization is hackneyed as characters were introduced by characters. Here we again loose the leading lady, she has only one expression and could not even do justice to a scene where her father dies. Other actors play their parts flawlessly as everyone were seasoned. However, a sloppy script has never been saved by an ensemble cast.
The costume design is appalling; it could have been better because we can see the amount of money thrown into every frame. A.R. Rahmans's music is ordinary and it does not have the melody which we have heard before.
Overall, a boredom with cheesy script and clichéd characters. If you are a hardcore Hrithik Roshan fan and want to see one or two good fight sequences, watch it or wait till it airs on one the TV channels.
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