Sunday, 17 July 2016

Mohenjo Daro Movie First Look Poster Reviews 2016

Mohenjo Daro Movie Audience Reviews 2016

Filmmaker Ashutosh Gowariker's upcoming action-romance saga "Mohenjo Daro" has been selected as the closing film at the 69th Locarno International Film Festival. The movie, starring Hrithik Roshan and debutant Pooja Hegde, will be screened at Piazza Grande on August 13, which is the last day of the festival.Gowariker's Aamir Khan-starrer "Lagaan" was also screened at Locarno International Film Festival and this is the second time the director will attend the prestigious movie carnival. "When 'Lagaan' was screened at the same Piazza, on a giant screen, one of the biggest in the world, it was an out-of-the-world experience to see an audience of 8000 plus of different nationalities, applaud the film. I am looking forward to Locarno this time with 'Mohenjo Daro'," Gowariker said in a statement. 
The film is set in the prehistoric Indus Valley and is about a young indigo farmer, Sarman (Hrithik), who comes to Mohenjo Daro and uncovers secrets of the city and his own past. Hegde plays the love interest, Chaani, the daughter of a priest. 

                                         

The movie has been produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur and Sunita Gowariker and is set to release on August 12. "We are thrilled that the film will be showcased to the European audience as part of the Closing Day gala," Amrita Pandey, VP-Studios, Disney India, added. Ashutosh Gowariker and AR Rahman with a historical drama backdrop between them has all the makings of a delicious music album. This is purely because of the precedence this duo has set when we look at the music of Lagaan and Jodhaa Akbar. Let’s dig in song by song to find what’s on offer in their latest - Mohejo Daro.

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Mohenjo Mohenjo is a song that celebrates a lot of things including diversity and peace. Sung by Arijit Singh, Bela Shende and Sanah Moidutty, the song come across like a chronicler of sorts. I wasn’t too taken in by the weak lyrics, the ‘foreign’ sounds and the way the ladies of the song have sung their parts. As a result, to me the song sounds laboured and way too long. In Sindhu Ma, the lyrics are dumbed down so much that they’ve lost the magic that you associate with a well-penned song. With the elaborate arrangement it enjoys, the song could have been so good but at a couple of places in the beginning itself, software comes in the way of continuity. The good part is, you hear Rahman mature as a singer a bit because the tune is not easy. The bad part, the rest of the song, processing and bad lyrics.

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Sarsariya has a tune that is crisp and provides good real estate to both vocalists to play with and they do so very well. There is a great deal going on in terms of unfamiliar languages and strange sounds which didn’t completely unsettle me, to be honest. Having said that, the ordinary lyrics stuck out like a sore thumb here. In what is a better version of Sindhu Ma, we get vintage AR Rahman, the singer, and a promising Sanah Moidutty without any distractions. The flute injects a lot of emotion in the song which is a relief because in a bid to catch the ‘sound of the times’, the placement of strange sounds have otherwise made it difficult to ‘feel’ other songs in the album.

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