Well much awaited Indian animated movie Motu Patlu King of Kings released at box office with good critics review and movie impressed critics and children too. The popular TV animated show Motu Patlu new movie Motu Patlu–King Of Kings Release date announced by makers. The film is made by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures 3D animation. The animated shows quite popular in children’s and arriving on Nickelodeon every day. The story revolves around Motu and Patlu, two friends living in Furfuri Nagar.
Review By: The Economic Times Ratings: 3/5
Motu and Patlu are no strangers to the Hindi-speaking belt. These characters are household names in India’s heartland, courtesy the extensive readership of the Lotpot comics in which they have featured for 46-odd years. And, they already have a faithful fan base. Motu is not as endearing as Mowgli from The Jungle Book nor is this animated action-adventure anywhere close to the Hollywood film that recently rewrote box office history. However, the attempt to tell a simple kiddie story with the right punches must be applauded. A 15-minute shorter duration would have kept it crisper.
Review By: Times Of India Ratings: 3/5
Motu and Patlu are no strangers to the Hindi-speaking belt. These characters are household names in India’s heartland, courtesy the extensive readership of the Lotpot comics in which they have featured for 46 odd years. And, they already have a faithful fan-base. They even decide to drop him off at the jungle. However, even before their good intentions can be translated, Motu finds out that the jungle has been seized by a dangerous poacher called Narsimha, who intends to loot the gold hidden inside. The villain also intends to kill the original Lion King (Simha) and all the other animals. But Motu-Patlu’s arrival on the scene with Guddu Ghalib, who looks exactly like Simha changes everything.
Review By: DNA India Ratings: 2/5
A vegetarian and mouse-fearing (aargh, the horror!) circus lion called Guddu Ghalib (Shukla) breaks free, enjoys his freedom, has a bit of fun with the maanav jaati, but is brought to book by a samosa-devouring rotund Motu and his rather slim, though somewhat less bhola companion called Patlu. They have in their troupe, a Sindhi speaking gent, a Bengali babu moshai and a Tamil-spouting Singham cop. Well, a well-meaning scientist gives them wristbands that allow them to understand animals (In your face, FitBit and Dr Doolittle!) and they proceed to converse with the rather scaredy big cat, Guddu, who’d love nothing than to be free to live as he pleases.
Review By: ZEE News Ratings: 3.5/5
The two friends Motu and Patlu (described rather blatantly by their physicality but drawn with personality strokes that are far more subtle than the name-calling suggests), this time befriend a lovable but lazy and somewhat cowardly circus lion (actor Vinay Pathak gives endearing voice to the lion), who longs to escape and live a free life. But wait. Life for our four-legged friends is not so simple. Writer-director Suhad D Kadav throws in the complications without cluttering the quaint canvas with unnecessary socio-ecological sermonizing.