Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventure Review:Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventure that releases in theatres on January 8. His look for the shows on TV remains the same. All the previous three movies until now were set abroad. Chhota Bheem and the Curse of Damyaan (2012) was based in a fantastical land, The Throne of Bali (2013) was set in Bali. A spinoff of the series, Mighty Raju (2014), was in Brazil.Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventure Review & Rating – Live Public Response
With the new one, we thought why should look outside and instead chose something that forms the core of India — the Himalayas. Bheem and his friends go on a vacation there; they want to play some adventure sports. And to ski and enjoy the snow, they have to be well-clothed.
Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventure Review
The entire story and the intensity of every scene is dominated by the background music. Be it skiing or planning against the villain; fighting or having a gala time with friends, the use of music is meticulously attractive and will keep you hooked to the story. The two songs in the film though have a lyrics that only children may find amusing, the dance steps and music may leave an imprint on adults as well. There is no doubt that we would find kids humming this song just like we find them after a Salman film.
If the characters were in 3D, this film could reached a notch higher! But, Green Gold has experimented to create 2D characters with a 3D background and it has worked well. Just that, the 3D characters could have created another world in the minds of the viewers and also done justice to the well groomed 3D CGI backgrounds.
Apart from the usual village set ups, laddoos and traditional costumes, the film observed a huge waterfall, the snow clad Himalayan terrain, Kung Fu while skiing, 2D with 3D and Chhota Bheem and his friends donning the winter apparels denoting that Green Gold Animation has taken the risk to bring about a paradigm shift from their animation. Though the film makers have experimented with this film, it might work in their favour due to Chhota Bheem’s well established identity and Himalayan Adventure’s simple yet power packed story with an array of adventure topped with a flavour of humour. If you wish to adventure to the Himalayas then just walk into theatres near you come 8 January, 2016.