Mohenjo Daro


Action / Adventure / Drama / History

IMDb Rating 5.7 10 10,191


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October 12, 2020


Hrithik Roshan as Sarman
Kabir Bedi as Maham
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1.58 GB
Hindi 2.0
23.976 fps
155 min
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3.25 GB
Hindi 2.0
23.976 fps
155 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Fella_shibby 1 / 10 / 10

An epic disaster of biblical proportions. The epitome of an anachronism.

Same ol story, A simple farmer who saves a beautiful girl and falls in love with her. He then must challenge and fight against overwhelming odds. We come to know that the city is ruled by a tyrant n his son is engaged to the same girl. 1)Puzzling why this film is set in the Indus Valley Civilization, given the alarming lack of attention to detail. I will not get much into historical inaccuracies but jus a few laughable inaccuracies. 2)Characters seem to have found razors n scissors. Nicely trimmed sideburns, hair n moustaches. 3)Lead actress is tribal only in her headdress. With her headdress, she looks more like Santanico pandemonium from Dusk till dawn. Her thigh-high slit skirt is straight from the red carpet. 3)Majority of historians agree that females had bangles all the way up their arms and nothing else on bodies. 4)The story is set in 2016 BC, thousands of years prior before the world's first gymnasium was invented. Lead actor is ripped with lean muscles. 5)Now coming to Hrithiks acting. He has been the same in every character he has played in each of his films. Same ol lean muscles, same hair style n same accent. His cheeks shake when he's angry, and his voice becomes ever more pronounced while expressing rage. These are all traits the actor displayed in his debut film, 'Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai', and which remain unchanged 16 years. The same was in Agneepath n Bang bang. 6)Something to laugh about- our hero Hrithik wrestles a rubber crocodile. Badly done. 7)The fights in the colosseum. Wow man. Gladiators in mohenjo daro. Still very badly done. 8)Horses in mohenjo??? This movie is an epic disaster of biblical proportions. Boring, full of clichés. The editin is bad, screenplay is one of the worst, acting was horrible by all except Kabir bedis. The direction is pathetic n very dull n stale cinematography.

Reviewed by TheFirstExecutioner 10 / 10 / 10

Wasted Potential

Mohenjo Daro was one of my most anticipated movies of 2016, and well, it wasn't good. This is probably the most disappointing movie I've seen all year unfortunately. Even though it's directed by the great Ashutosh Gowariker, it has so many problems that make it a very disappointing movie. As always, I'll start with the positives. Hrithik Roshan is great in this role and by far the best part of the movie. Pooja Hegde is good as the female lead and I can see her as a future Bollywood star. A.R. Rahman's music is phenomenal and certain action scenes were done well. That's about it. My biggest problem with the film is that it doesn't know what kind of movie it wants to be. There's so many story-lines that are left hanging by the end of the film. The plot is so muddled and somewhere in there is a good movie with a good story. Kabir Bedi as the villain is pretty disposable but his character's son is even worse. The last 30 minutes of the movie are a complete awful shoehorned in subplot trying to make Hrithik's character looking like Noah and Moses. Overall, Mohenjo Daro is an extremely disappointing movie and wasted potential. This could have been another masterpiece for Gowariker but it is a mess of a movie. Mohenjo Daro gets a D. Check out my video review of the film!:

Reviewed by shovonhowlader 10 / 10 / 10

Mohenjo Daro Review!! Must Watch Movie of the year.

Mohenjo Daro, starring Hrithik Roshan and Pooja Hegde is a period drama based on ancient Indian civilization, which the whole country feels proud about. The movie showcases the life and day to day activities of ancient times and also revolves around a story of a peasant (Hrithik) who falls in love with a Princess (Pooja). The film has all the elements to entertain the audiences such as old world charm, never seen before spectacles and backdrops, a twist of love, romance and action. The film's action scenes will keep you at the edge of your seat. If ancient civilization excites you, then this film is a must watch under all terms. Director: Ashutosh GowarikarCast: Hrithik Roshan, Pooja Hegde Plot: Mohenjo Daro is set in 2016 BC and showcases ancient Indian civilization in all its glory. Hrithik (Sarman) who plays the role of a simple farmer, lands himself in the town of Mohenjo Daro and is mesmerized by its beauty and grandeur. Sarman comes to the city with a hidden agenda and works as a peasant. During a street mishap he saves the life of Princess Chaani and ends up falling in love with her. Chaani is the chosen one to serve 'Sindhu Ma' who is a river Goddess, and the whole city is very devoted to her. Trouble starts when Sarman abandons his hidden agenda and tries to woo Chaani, but falls afoul to the politician Maham (Kabir Bedi) who wants to rule Mohenjo Daro all by himself as a dictator. Maham's son Moonja, does his best to make Sarman go off route and uses him as a pawn so that his father can seize control of the whole city. To win over Chaani, Sarman has to defeat Maham & Moonja and save the city from destruction at the evil hands of the father-son duo. Will Sarman save the town from the evil whims of Maham & Moonja? Or will he unleash his hidden agenda and destroy the city all by himself? Can he win over the love of his life Chaani? For that you will have to hit the theatres! We're sure you'll never be disappointed. Performances: Hrithik Roshan is back with a bang and has delivered a stellar performance in Mohenjo Daro. His acting skills are on full display and he has pulled off an excellent feat with this one. The dedication he has poured into the action scenes are immense and he has done justice to his role overall. Coming to Pooja Hegde, the actress has managed to pull off both 'sweet and mean' avatars in the film. She can mesmerize you by her sheer beauty and can make you sit at the edge of your seat during her fight scenes. There's no doubt that Pooja Hegde is here to stay in Bollywood and Mohenjo Daro will be an epitome of her success. Technicalities: Ashutosh Gowariker has a lot of experience when it comes to period drama films and has left no stone unturned when it comes to Mohenjo Daro. The ancient city is shown perfectly the way it should be and the larger than life sets will leave you amazed. The film takes you back all the way to 2016 BC and will make you believe that whatever is shown on screen is so damn true. Such is the charismatic work of the film-maker and kudos to him for pulling off such a spectacular feat. The camera angles focus on every inch of the city and its all woven together really well. Thumbs up to the team of Mohenjo Daro on this one! Verdict: A must watch! These kind of movies come rarely in Bollywood and Mohenjo Daro should never be missed at any cost. There is love, drama, action, romance and to top it all, there is an ancient civilization shown so perfectly that you'll end up falling in love with it.I will rate Mohenjo Daro 9 out of 10!! Go and watch

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