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Where visuals, tone and treatment are concerned, Basu has given us a film unlike anything we've seen in recent Indian cinema, proving, if nothing else, the endless possibilities of a boundless imagination.
Parts of Jagga Jasoos are greater than their sum. But there's no reason you shouldn't head to a theatre and investigate for yourself.
A cross between Indiana Jones, Tintin, and Sherlock Holmes... it's the way that Basu puts together the pieces that makes it utterly unique.
While the intentions are noble, the execution of Jagga Jasoos' history driven pro-patriotic and world peace preaching narrative is a bit too jarry.
Basu creates a magical fairy tale world inhabited by some really fun and interesting characters.
You remember how it felt while reading Roald Dahl or Harry Potter? The same happens while watching Jagga Jasoos.
[Jagga Jasoos] is a rousing musical that pays tribute to Tintin and Feluda, and combines Disney's musical tradition with a whimsical style reminiscent of Wes Anderson's work.
This is a movie aimed at children and teenagers and the grown-ups who want to escape their adulthood and crawl back under the sheets with their books.
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