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Bring it on Amitabh Bachchan and move over Shahrukh Khan, there is a new modern stud in town, Ramayana in the internet sensation Sita Sings the Blues. It is easy to sit down and fall beneath the spell of the animated multi media film. However the strung together story that switches between the modern day and the ancient past is more then the Powder Puff girls 20 centuries ago. The film takes on an old popular Indian epic legend and stirs it up creating a film that transforms the story into an Indian diaspora feminist epic narrative. Exciting for all audiences, the film takes music from Annette Hanshaw throwing the audience into a Bollywood mind set, but captured into the American past. If you want a film that is full of complex dimensions but also a film to giggle along with your friends, I suggest sitting down with the romantic tale of Sita and Rama....Read more