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IN Desi ON 12 Aug, 2016
WittyFeed Rating: 3.5/5
MohehJo Daro, the historical movie releases this Friday with the equally powerful flick Rustam starring Akshay Kumar. It's been seen that Sanjay Leela Bhansali knows it best how to bring entertainment through some historical concept.
But, Mohenjo Daro washes this fact from brains with its chain of scenes that prevent us from moving our neck right and left.
In the beginning, the entry of the lead actor Hrithik Roshan doesn't look much convincing and also the audience seems regretting listening to some "non-hindi" historical language. But, then we heard a powerful dialogue in Hrithik Roshan's manly voice which was enough to create the energetic aura inside the theater.
Acting: Hrithik's been seen breaking his own previous records in the movie. He looks like a dashing farmer in the tribal get up and equally adorable while selling goods to the rude customers. The movie introduces a new actress, Pooja Hegde. The pretty actress somehow tried her best in dancing and delivering the dialogues but failed in crying.
Dance and music: Mohehjo, Mohenjo, Mohenjo-Daro. The MohenJo Daro anthem literally made people leaving their chairs and shaking their waist. But, the award-winning dancer of Bollywood, Hrithik Roshan failed to do justice with the ancient traditional dance. His dancing moves were the fusion of western and classical styles. On the other side the song "Tu Hai", which is getting an immense popularity even before the movie release, left us shocked when we got to know the romantic love song was actually played for worshiping the holy river Sindhu.
Action: During fights, it looked like the soul of Krish returned inside the Sarman (Hrithik Roshan) of MohenJo Daro. It was almost like a combination of superman's and wrestler's fight styles altogether. The victory of Hrithik Roshan against huge and horrible opponents filled the entire cinema-house with screams, claps, and whistles.
Every forward going scene in the movie seemed like turning the pages of history but, without getting into boredom.
P.S.: Do not compare it with what you have learned inside the history classrooms, the movie has very less to do with it; Just for the entertainment.
Click NEXT, you will get to see what the movie gives you in return.
The battle takes place between Sarman and crocodile.The beginning of the scene created the ultimate silence and then sudden shouts.
The humongous water waves of the Sindhu river did all the ending of the movie and the ancient MohenJo Daro as well.
Yes! The movie left many of us (who noticed it), confused. It tried to reveal the history of Unicorn. There were two scenes wherein Unicorn was shown. The first time it showed us a goat and in the second it came out a horse, which left us scratching our heads out of confusion.
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