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Review: Cheenti Cheenti Bang Bang

Director RD Mallik travels into a wondrous world where red ants are at war with black ants, all because of the machinations of a Narad Muni Termite, writes Khalid Mohamed.

movie reviews Updated: Oct 17, 2008 18:26 IST
Khalid Mohamed

Cheenti Cheenti Bang Bang
Voices: Anjan Srivastava, Mahesh Manjrekar
Direction: R D Mallick
Rating: **

Animation equals mythological adventures in India. For a change, Mallik travels into a wondrous world where red ants are at war with black ants, all because of the machinations of a Narad Muni Termite.

Inevitably, a prince and princess from the feuding kingdoms log on to the Romeo-Juliet mode. Antics. Likely to appeal to kids, Cheenti Cheenti Bang Bang, it has to be added though that it is nowhere in the league of Antz or A Bug’s Life.

How you wish there had been much more spontaneous humour and some memorable characters that the kids could have carried home with them. Never mind, the antsy tribe out here is pretty okay.

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