Deaf critic movie review of Kung Fu Yoga
A hearing perspective:
Kung Fu Yoga is an action, adventure and comedy film. It stars Jackie Chan as Jack, Disha Patani as Ashmita, Sonu Sood as Randall and Aarif Rahman as Jones in important roles.
The film introduces Jack as a famous archaeology professor working in a museum in China.
Indian professor Ashmita meets Jack and requests him to help her locate India's lost Magadha treasure.
Jack and Ashmita's team find the treasure inside a frozen lake in Tibet.
However, Randall makes an entry and steals the treasure. Jones, a member from Jack's team also escapes from the scene with a diamond piece.
Few weeks later, Jack visits India and it is revealed to him that Ashmita is the young queen of Magadha royalty.
Ashmita asks Jack to help her find the real treasure using the diamond piece which is known as the 'eye of Shiva'.
The way Jack uses his vast knowledge of history and Kung Fu to find the real treasure and protect it from Randall forms the remaining part of the story.
Awesome animated ancient battle, good stunts with comedy and Jackie Chan's dance in the film's end makes the film a good one time watch.
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