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In 2016 BC Sarman is a farmer in Amri and wants to trade in Mohenjo Daro to.Durjan,Sarman 's uncle protests against it but cant stop Sarman going Mohenjo Daro, Durjan tells him to be careful as the city is harsh and selfish.Sarman reaches Mohenjo Daro and feels that somehow the place is connected to him,The city is ruled by evil Maham and his son Moonja,Sarman saves Chaani from being stamped by horses and they both start liking each other,but Chaani is about to marry Moonja on their wedding day a major fight happens between Sarman and Moonja,Maham challenges Sarman to take up a fight against Bakar-Zokhar,Sarman proposes Maham that if he wins Chaani should be his will Sarman win Chaani and what is Sarman 's connection with Mohenjo Daro.Written by
During Ashutosh Gowariker's research, he met as many as seven archaeologists who are closely involved in excavating sites and studying the Indus Valley Civilization. See more »
In the end of the movie when Sarman sees his father's skeleton after around 20 plus years, its been reduced to only bone, everything else is gone but still pieces of its cloths are remaining. See more »
I'd admit, being a hardcore Hrithik fan, it's hard to write a neutral review. yet I'd be as truthful as I can. Mohenjo-Daro, compared to a typical Bollywood commercial film, stands out as one of the films with an awesome visual experience. Although the history and attempts at verification are still precarious, it is safe to say that attempts at delivering a story from an era when Indian Civilizations were being born, has been pretty successful. Hrithik Roshan and Kabir Bedi did really good jobs at portraying the protagonist and antagonist characters. Pooja Hegde was pretty. The story though - predictable, a little over-cooked, a little clichéd with mild auras of prehistoric humor emanating randomly. Even the dialogues seemed a bit dull. However, keeping in mind that this one is a movie made for Indian audiences, i think 8 out of 10 is well deserved. Well done.
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