Timeout - A Master Of Magic
by Namrata Gulati
Ghatotkach, the master of magic from Mahabharata, is first introduced in the movie as a toddler, laughing away cheerfully, making it difficult for you not to fall in love with him. What follows is some humour. The tot's unusual strength enables him to defeat miscreants who want to put an end to him. He celebrates his triumph by dancing gleefully, singing Anglika Banglika amidst the animal kingdom which participates in the merry-making. This animation film, clearly, wants you to have a good time and oodles of fun.
It also has Abhimanyu, son of Arjun and Ghatotkach's brother romancing his childhood friend, Surekha. The first half of Ghatotkach therefore, has essential ingredients like romance and humour that go into making an enjoyable movie. However, the music is the best part of it all. There is a fun-filled track, Haiyya Haiyya, with enthusiastic Punjabi beats, a viraha or separation song Main Yahan, Tu Wahan, and of course, Hidimba, singing praises of Lord Krishna to her son. The music will definitely not fail to delight you. Ghatotkach is a refreshing animation film for youngsters. It is the best way to introduce the popular epic to them, and to make the acquaintance of this superhero, perfect son, dutiful brother and devout follower of Lord Krishna, fighting impressively against injustice.
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