Bollywood latest release ‘Mohenjo Daro‘ has been in the negative limelight since the poster and trailer launch. Soon the direction of Ashutosh Gowariker for ‘Mohenjo Daro’ came in a negative preview. Well, I am not going to point out a mistake here as it’s a movie. I definitely have 5 valid reasons why you must go and watch ‘Mohenjo Daro.
Here Are 5 Reasons Why You Should Go And Watch ‘Mohenjo Daro’:
- Hrithik Roshan Comeback:
If we recall, the last we have seen Hrithik Roshan on the silver screen was in 2014 flick ‘Bang Bang’. So it is his return to the Celluloid after a break of two years and we didn’t want to miss an opportunity to see him as Sharman in the historic journey of ‘Mohenjo Daro’. The trailer has already surprised us and Hrithik is all set to make a big mark at the Box-Office with a big success.
- Pooja Hegde Making Her Debut:
South actress Pooja Hegde is making her big Bollywood debut opposite Hrithik Roshan. I mean, She is certainly the luckiest actress to star in such a big movie and that also with Hrithik. Her looks are enough for anyone to fall for her and her chemistry with Hrithik is truly promising.
- A. R. Rahman Music:
This man is a genius when it comes to the music, whatever the movie is about, he will certainly come up with the great music which connects people deeply. The songs of ‘Mohenjo Daro’ aren’t so easy to understand but the music will surely find a place in your heart.
- Action Scenes:
If you have seen the trailer, you must be knowing that the film has a lot many action sequences. Hrithik will surely battle it out with a gladiator way in the movie. He is certainly the best to watch when it comes to high-octane action stunts. Though the movie is historical, but it will surely surprise you with the action.
- Historic Storyline:
Making a historical film isn’t a piece of cake and it took two years for the makers to complete the movie. The movie is good when it comes to the story and I am really sure the duo of Ashutosh Gowariker and Hrithik will recreate the historic magic again after ‘Jodha Akbar’.