Deaf critic movie review of Motu Patlu: King Of Kings
Motu Patlu: King of Kings is an Indian 3D computer-animated film.
It is an adventure comedy film directed by Suhas D. Kadav and produced by Ketan Mehta.
The film is taken inspiration from the famous cartoon TV series Motu Patlu.
The cartoon film introduces Motu-Patlu living in Furfuri Nagariya.
Few funny situations makes way for a vegetarian circus lion Guddu Ghalib meet Motu-Patlu in their hometown.
Guddu's soft-hearted nature wins Motu-Patlu's hearts and soon they become friends.
Motu-Patlu set on a journey to drop Guddu to a zoo for his safety.
On the way, Motu-Patlu becomes friends with jungle's lion king Simha who is a look-alike of Guddu.
Simha asks Motu-Patlu to promise to save the forest from a greedy man who plans to destroy them.
The way Motu-Patlu take the help of Guddu to stop the greedy man from achieving his cruel aim forms the remaining part of the story.
The animation and 3D visual effects, narration and background score deserves appreciation.
It is a must watch for kids as well as adults for its important message of protecting our forests for a better future.
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