‘Mohenjo Daro’ Audience And Critics Review

Directed by Ashutosh Gowariker, Hrithik Roshan’s starrer film ‘Mohenjo Daro’ is a Historic Epic film that is based on the Indus Valley Civilization.

Today the film has been released along with Akshay Kumar’s ‘Rustom’, two big Bollywood films are released today, it will be interesting to see the big clash.

The reactions of fans after watching the film is simply fantastic, have a look:

Exclusive Review #MohenjoDaro from Overseas. Brilliant film in all Respects.

Great Performances & Tight Writing. 4/5 #Hrithik has delivered a career best performance. He nails the character head on and proves that only he could have played such a character. His transformation from farmer to lover to fighter is legendary.

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Take a look at the critics review of ‘Mohenjo Daro’:

Hindustan Times:

Hrithik Roshan and Pooja Hegde play Sarman and Chaani in the period drama that aims to tell us the story of Mohenjo Daro, the ancient civilization we all learnt and read about in school. However, the film starts on the wrong note – a grand set displaying a grandeur the filmmakers can afford.
Arunoday Singh and Kabir Bedi bring intrigue to the film. However, the language that Gowarikar has decided to pass off as the language of the ancient city sounds like someone is making fun of Hindi.
Mohenjo Daro focuses less on the historical facts and more on the philosophy of life.

Indian Business Times:

The film revolves around the story of a young Indigo farmer Sarman (Hrithik Roshan) who travels to the great city of Mohenjo Daro. He falls in love with a high-status woman Chaani (Pooja Hegde), the daughter of the priest. In his attempt to win her love, he uncovers some secrets about Chaani, the city and his past. What happens next forms the crux of the story.
Hrithik Roshan has done a lot of hard work for his role in “Mohenjo Daro” for two years and his performance is a big highlight of the movie. Pooja Hegde, who has forayed into Bollywood with the film, has delivered a decent performance and her chemistry with Hrithik is a treat to watch on the screen. Kabir Bedi, Arunoday Singh, Suhasini Mulay, Nitish Bharadwaj and others have done justice to their roles, say the audience.


Set in one of the earliest civilization that history has seen- the Indus Valley Civilization, the film is a story of good over evil. Hrithik Roshan plays a peasant who revolts against the oppressive landlord.
The film also marks the debut of actress Pooja Hegde.
Roshan and Gowarikar have in the past worked together in Jodha Akbar so the expectation from their second film together is naturally sky rocketing. Will the film be able to create box office magic? will history be told accurately?