3 Bahadur is the story of three extraordinary children who rise from the most unlikeliest of places and save their town from the evil that plagues it. Equipped with courage and super powers...
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3 Bahadur is the story of three extraordinary children who rise from the most unlikeliest of places and save their town from the evil that plagues it. Equipped with courage and super powers,11 year old Amna, Saadi and Kamil battle against the odds and stand up to injustice to restore peace and harmony in their once thriving community And live a very happy lifeWritten by
Umais Bin Sajjad
A modern day Pakistani classic for kids and adults alike
Sharmin Obaid's animated follow up to her Oscar winning documentaries is a well-made animated feature that pays homage to some epic Hollywood animated films, all the while remaining firmly grounded in Pakistani culture and ethos. The team behind '3 Bahadur' has been successful in crafting an end product that stands firmly on its own and indeed, stands tall. The story revolves around three kids who are bestowed with super powers that allow them to battle the evil that's holed up in the town's clock-tower. The symbology in the movie -- from the eccentric goon practicing Bharat-Natyam (a noted leader of a political mafia in actuality is known to sing in his speeches and has on occasions also danced), the well meaning 'chowkidaar', the only sane male (Imran Uncle) is hard to miss. The way the town passively submits to evil taking over also has very real parallels. The movie's central message is for the kids to, unlike their adult guardians, never passively submit to a wrong. This is a strong message and the team behind the movie has to be lauded. Sheraz Uppal's tracks are icing on the cake. And lastly, it was a delight to see a theater packed with kids, chaperoned by their parents and some adults. A sequel is on the order.
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