Krishna Reviewby MyMazaa.com
When it comes to Animation Movies, we are still no match for the western fare. Both, in terms of idea as well as execution. Animation Industry is an expensive one. And when you take the easier way out, results are bound to be average. I am not saying Krishna doesn€™t have its moments. There are endearing moments especially the Makhan chor ones etc as one can relate to it. We have seen-and-heard the story of Krishna so many times before in various Television serials and yes the animation does hold a novelty value in its own cute way.
After €˜Hanuman€™s success, it was natural to think of something else. €˜Hanuman€™ did well at the Box Office and there€™s every possibility of €˜Krishna€™ going down well with the gentry as well. Who wouldn€™t want to see Krishna€™s childhood antics, the tempestuous flute playing to lure the gopis, breaking matkis, lying to his mom, sucking the life out of the witches and the growth of Krishna in his childhood itself. In a way, it is a fine way of teaching your children about the glory that is associated with Krishna rather than making them see pictures in story books.
So, if you believe in the catchline €˜Naughty Is Cool€™ then take your children to a cinema near you. Don€™t expect too much and you€™d come out pleasantly surprised.