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You'd think the free-for-all atmosphere of the best Bollywood romps would be a perfect fit in the CG realm.
Roadside Romeo scores high on the tech front but considerably lower on script smarts.
A case of everything old feeling new again, for it is truly a refreshing and boundary-pushing entry in the world of feature animation.
Stray dogs sing, dance, find love and confront a gangster mongrel on the streets of Mumbai. India's first major computer-animated feature, a co-production of Disney and Bollywood giant Yash Raj Films, makes for an inauspicious debut.
Packed with loads of memorable music, quotable lines, and even more memorable characters, Roadside Romeo is one of the best animated films i've ever seen. Bollywood's first ever computer animation is a highly likable and truly beautiful debut film. The colours and movements of the characters are enchantingly crisp and truly capture the cartooniness of hand drawn animated films in the process. The soundtrack is catchy and the romance tale is more engaging and edgy, and bravely more boundary pushing than animated films of the west. It benefits extremely well from it's sensually seductive voice acting that completely eradicates any sense of dullness. Roadside Romeo truly is an impressive achievement in modern animation, filled with charm and personality animated films dont seem to have anymore. I loved it, one of my favourite films.
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