Heroic Proportions

The first look of it’s 3D animation film – Mahayoddha Rama the warrior – unveiled

Photos by Kabir M Ali

After creating magic on the small screen, Contiloe Pictures is all set to unfold the epic story of Rama – The Great Indian Hero versus Ravana, The greatest villan of Indian mythology, portrayed like never before in the upcoming 3D animated movie, Mahayoddha Rama (MYR).
The movie producer, Abhimanyu Singh’s stronghold and plathora of experience has pushed him to turn his passion in the mytho genre into a successful venture of MYR. The movie recreates Ramyana in an all new 3D avatar and will bring out the essence in its unique way of story – telling and novel presentation. The story depicted from Raavan’s point of view, will leave you perplexed with  dasmukha’s (Ravan’s 10 heads) talking to each-other.

poster-of-mahayodha-ramaMahayoddha Rama has talented next gen actors to veteran actors voicing the various characters, from Kunal Kapoor, Jimmy Shergill, Sameera Reddy to Gulshan Grover, Raza Murad and other prominent actors who have lent their voices in the making of the epic. The music partner – Zee Music, blends the modern and contemporary taste of music in this movie, with popular singer like Sukhwinder Singh  and lyricist Javed Akhtar, topping the charts.

gulshan-grover-and-mukesh-rishi-at-the-poster-launch-music-launch-trailer-launch-of-3d-animation-movie-mahayodha-ramaThe music of this movie was the last stint of the legendary music director Aadesh Shrivastava. Commenting on the same, his wife, Vijayata Pandit, said,“The album is very close to our heart as it is the last memory of Aadesh and we will cherish it forever. Like his past work, this album too will be loved by all.”

Abhimanyu Singh, CEO, Contiloe Pictures said, “Animation is a great tool and grammar to tell stories. Mahayodha Rama is a first of its kind 3D animation film with all top Bollywood voices voicing various characters. The launch of MYR is a big step for Contiloe in the field of animation and it will not only drive children but also the adults through its novel 3D representation.”