Chota Bheem and The Curse of Damyaan (2012) WBRi Movie Review of the Animated Indian Childrens Film as Delightful as TV Series

Chota Bheem and The Curse of Damyaan 2012 India Childrens Animated Fantasy Movie Poster

Kolkata May 19, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio / Penning Creations) The charm of ‘Chota Bheem’ has again created a sensation among the Indian kids. For the first time the protagonist, Chota Bheem, has appeared on the big screen and won the heart of the millions of the kids. Green Gold Animation Pvt Limited, after successfully producing popular TV shows like ‘Krishna Balram’, ‘Chorr Police’ and ‘Chota Bheem’, endeavors to become the leading animated movie producer of the India.

Trailer: Chota Bheem and The Curse of Damyaan (2012)

‘Chota Bheem’, the lead character of the movie is a nine year old boy who lives in a small town of rural India named Dholakpur. He is extremely brave, clever and courageous. Moreover he, along with his gang, is always on the trail to safeguard the people of Dholakpur. He is gifted with some extraordinary powers, which he puts to good use by fighting the evil and restoring peace and security in the area. Even the King and the Princess have a lot of faith in him. ‘Chukti’ is ‘Bheem’s best friend and she often lures Bheem with scrumptious food because she likes Bheem’s chivalrous deeds. 

The story of the latest flick, ‘Chota Bheem and the Curse of Damyaan’ surrounds a sorcerer named ‘Damyaan’. Many years ago, the “Book of Magi” has granted him a wish and thereby he became immortal. But along with the wish came a rider as well whereby his movement became confined to the city of Sonarpur. ‘Damyaan’ envisages a plan whereby he can break free from his confinement. He lures the Raja of Sonarpur about the treasures in a City of Gold and presents before him a map of the city as well. Thereafter, the Raja, along with Chota Bheem and his gang and the sorcerer, sets out on the adventurous journey to the City of Gold. ‘Damyaan’s actual plan was to break free from his confinement and let loose his dark arts all over the world. The Raja was even warned by the gypsies living in his territory before embarking on the journey. But he did not pay any heed to their suggestion and went on his journey.

Once the Raja and his group reached the city, he accidentally sets free ‘Damyaan’. At that very moment, the sorcerer imprisons ‘Bheem’ and his gang. Therefore the Raja, ‘Bheem’ and his fellow friends (‘Kalia’, ‘Raju’, ‘Jaggu’, ‘Bholu’, ‘Chukti’ and ‘Dholu’) fall in great distress. Can ‘Bheem’ crush ‘Damyaan’ and reinstate the peace of the cities of Dholakpur and Sonarpur and defend the people from ordeal and exploitation? Watch the movie to see how the courageous gang fights out this trouble.

The animation of the film is strictly average. Yet, it would definitely find favor among youngsters. They love to visualize the everlasting theme of good versus evil personify through their beloved hero ‘Bheem’ and his gang. The movie contains entertaining recreation from some Hollywood flicks like the monster from ‘The Beauty and The Beast’, the horrendous dementors from the ‘Harry Potter’ series and even ‘The Lord of the Rings’. The flick is as delightful as the television series. The parents and the children are going to enjoy the movie. Moreover the parents will be happy to see their children get thrilled and elated while watching their “hero” in action.