Toonpur Ka Superhero (New Hindi Film / Bollywood Movie / Indian Cinema DVD)
Aditya (Ajay Devgn), a film superstar and his wife Priya (Kajol) have achieved all the success they have dreamed of. But the children would rather have a father who is 'Real life' hero than a reel life hero.
Aditya wants to redeem himself in the eyes of his children when suddenly, opportunity comes knocking on his door when he finds himself in Toonpur, the land of his children's favourite cartoons, where he has to fight Toonasurs (bad toons) to save the Devtoons (good toons).
Kireet Khurana shows great efforts in keeping the animation top class. Ajay Devgn s performance is wonderful. Overall, Toonpur is a nice light kid s entertainer --platform47.com
At a time when our animation industry is still in a struggling stage, Devgn s film is indeed a rare treat and is nothing short of a pleasant surprise. Be it the smoothness with which the cartoons are played onscreen or Devgn s being in sync with pen and paper characters, the film is a sure delight for all animation lovers.
Toonpur Ka Superhero is a perfect festive film that can be enjoyed by both kids and parents. --platform47.com
Ajay Devgn s ambitious animation project Toonpur Ka Superhero is not only a treat for kids but also adults. The film exceeds expectations as far as the animation features go. --platform47.com
Top customer reviews
The animation quality of TOONPUR KA SUPERRHERO is majestic. It's at least at par with if not better than Hollywood films. The characters and the entire world of TOONPUR are fabulously designed. It's an interesting blend of live action and 3D animation.
On the flip side, the film is marred by a weak script. The story is pretty ordinary isn't engaging enough. Also, the humour quotient is too low. It isn't bad, but the funny dialogues and punches are very scarce. You endlessly wait for something interesting to happen but only end up getting disgruntled. Barring the riveting gaming climax in which Aditya takes on the toonasurs, the graph of the narrative is pretty mediocre.
Some of the characters are cheekily designed on famous real and reel life characters. There's a singer Gappi resembling Bappi Lahiri, who not only sings like him but also sports jewellery. A police officer speaks like Baburao Ganpatrao Apte, a celebrated character essayed by Paresh Rawal in HERA PHERI.
TOONPUR KA SUPERRHERO isn't 'super' and nowhere close to it, but do visit TOONPUR for its splendid animation if you must.