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Chhota Bheem and The Curse of Damyaan

Bubble Rating:
3.5 stars

Director: Rajiv Chilaka

Cast: Anupam Kher, Makrand Deshpande, Yagya Bhasin, Kabir Shaikh, Advik Jaiswal, Daivik Dawar, Divyam Dawar, Aashriya Misra, Swarna Pandey, Navneet Kaur Dhillon, Sanjay Bishnoi

Runtime: 145 minutes (2 hours, 25 minutes)

Platform: In theatre

Chhota Bheem and The Curse of Damyaan Review

The Rajiv Chilaka directorial follows Bheem and his friends – Kalia, Raju, Indumati, Dholu, Bholu, Chutki and Jaggu Bandar as they time travel 1000 years into the past to stop the snake demon Damyaan from attaining immortality. The narrative revolves around Damyaan, needing a pure and selfless warrior to release him from a curse that imprisoned him in a crypt for 1,000 years. His sidekicks – Takshika (Navneet Kaur Dhillon) and Skandi (Makrand Deshpande), infiltrate Dholakpur, and fool Raja Indraverma (Sanjay Bishnoi), in order to convince Bheem into going to the buried city of Sonapur and releasing the demon.

Fans of the cartoon will love seeing their favourite characters come to live in this adventure-filled live-action outing of Bheem and his gang. The film is the perfect blend of humour, lessons, fantasy creatures, action and friendship. Scroll below to read our Chhota Bheem and The Curse of Damyaan review.

What Works

Kids love Chhota Bheem and are sure to be impressed with the live-action representation of their favourite characters in this live-action children’s film. The VFX, storytelling style and action will appeal to a kid’s mind and leave them smiling like a Cheshire cat. It will serve as the perfect ending to their summer holidays.

Star Performances

Yagya Bhasin delivers an amazing (if you are a kid or love the cartoon) performance as Bheem is passable. While his dialogue delivery may not click with the adults, his stunts will make you appreciate his hard work. Kabir Sajid as Kalia, Divyam Dawar and Daivik Dawar as Dholu-Bholu, Advik Jaiswal as Raju, Aashriya Misra as Chutki and Swarna Pandey as Indumati all deliver commendable performances. They make you chuckle at times.

Makrand Deshpande and Anupam Kher bring in their star power and shine without stealing the limelight from the kids.


If you have a kid in the family and want them to end their summer vacation on a high note take them to watch Chhota Bheem and The Curse of Damyaan.

Watch the trailer of Chhota Bheem and The Curse of Damyaan here

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