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Pandavas: The Five Warriors is a 2000 Indian English-language computer-animated film directed by Usha Ganesh Raja and produced by Pentamedia Graphics It is India's first computer animated film
- 1 Plot
- 2 Production
- 3 Release
- 31 Reception
- 32 Accolades
- 4 See also
- 5 References
- 6 External links
Based on a classic Indian tale from the Mahabharata, the story depicts the eternal fight between good and evil through the tale of the five Pandavas brothers and their struggles with their cousins, the Kauravas
Pandavas: The Five Warriors is the first computer animated theatrical film to be produced by an Indian firm — the Chennai-based multimedia and graphics company Pentamedia Graphics, as well as the first computer animated adaptation of the Mahabharata As the film was mainly targeted at western audiences, the character Duryodhana was renamed to "Dhuri", and Dharmaraja was renamed "Dharm" Focusing mainly on the story of the Pandavas from the Mahabharata, the majority of episodes in the Mahabharata were downplayed Krishna's role in the life of the Pandavas did not receive emphasis either, and the film makes only a "passing reference" to the Bhagavad Gita Ilaiyaraaja was signed to compose the film's music, and J D Jerry was signed as the creative director Sujatha Rangarajan was chosen as the screenwriter, while B Lenin and V T Vijayan were signed as the editors
The film was released on 23 December 2000, and its television rights were acquired by Cartoon Network
S R Ashok Kumar of The Hindu positively reviewed the film and its technical aspects, saying "Each and every frame of the nearly 110-minute-long picture is a marvel and it is the best form of expression on celluloid"
Pandavas: The Five Warriors won the following awards:
- Winner of the Second Best Animated Feature Film Award in Vancouver Effects & Animation Festival, 2001
- National Film Award for Best Feature Film in English
- Indian animation industry
- List of indian animated feature films
- ^ "Pandavas go hi-tech" The Hindu 2001-01-11 Retrieved 2013-10-08
- ^ a b "Film Review: Pandavas-The Five Warriors" The Hindu 2000-12-29 Retrieved 2013-10-08
- ^ "Pandavas: The Five Warriors 2000 Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film" Bcdbcom 2000-12-23 Retrieved 2013-10-08
- ^ "indiantelevision dot com's Breaking News : Cartoon Network acquires Pentamedia's Pandavas and Sinbad; to launch in September" Indiantelevisioncom 2001-06-22 Retrieved 2013-10-08
- ^ "Pentamedia -AnimationMovies" Pentamediain Retrieved 2013-10-08
- Pandavas: The Five Warriors on IMDb
- Pandavas: The Five Warriors at The Big Cartoon DataBase
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