Feature Name: Frozen 2
Director: Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck
Cast (Hindi): Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Parineeti Chopra, Maneish Paul
Run Time: 103 minutes
Review By: Manisha Karki
Frozen 2 is all about Elsa, the queen of Arendelle, who begins to hear a voice calling out to her from an enchanted forest that she thinks has some connection with the past.
The story begins when Arendelle is put in danger and Elsa has to go in search of the voice to save her kingdom. At the time, her sister, Anna insists on coming along. Olaf and Kristoff and his reindeer, Sven, too join in on the journey.
The adventure discovering the truth of the past and finding the origin of Elsa’s powers together is just magical.
The Directors – Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck recapture the magic of the first film while giving Frozen 2 its own ground to stand on.
Each and every character has some or the other special story and is dealing with that specific emotion. Like Elsa’s life is picture-perfect, but she feels restless. Anna is concerned about her sister, but she doesn’t want to hold her back from discovering who she is. Kristoff feels ready to propose to Anna but struggles to find the right time. Olaf is having issues dealing with change as life-threatening situations keep coming their way, but he still manages to get the laughs.
The picturisation of the film is done well. Even the songs of film by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez have returned to give a new set of tunes for Frozen 2.
Frozen 2 released in four languages that is English, Hindi, Telugu and Tamil.
Talking about the Voice over done in Hindi, real life sisters Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Parineeta Chopra has done their job well with their magical voices. The main character Elsa is voiced by Priyanka and Anna by Parineeti.
Maniesh Paul is like a cherry on the cake as his has lent his voice for Kristoff. Even voices of Olaf, Sven and others have done their jobs well and also had an amazing comic timing.
You can enjoy your weekend with Frozen 2 for its spectacular visuals and songs. We give the film three stars.