Kung Fu Yoga Movie Review
The latest action adventure from Jackie Chan, Kung Fu Yoga, was released today, the revamped version of 2005 movie The Myth. Written and directed by Stanley Tong, Chinese version of the film released in China on 28th of January and the Indian version released today. The film stars ensemble actors including a few Indian actors Sony Sood, Disha Patani and Amyra Dastur.
Apart from them, there are several other actors including Aarif Rahman, Zhang Yixing, Zhang Guoli, Eric Tsang and others. Kung Fu Yoga is receiving positive to mixed reviews form Indian audience and there are high chances for the film to make good business in the country as it has some Indian actors as well as all time favorite actor Jackie Chan.
The film is jointly produced by Taihe Entertainment (China) and Shinework Pictures. The film scores original music rendered by Nathan Wang and additional music by Komail and Shivaan. It was filmed in Beijing, Dubai and India.
Kung Fu Yoga Movie Story & Review
Jackie Chan plays a world-renowned archaeology professor, and his team is on a grand quest to locate a lost ancient Indian treasure when they are ambushed by a team of mercenaries and left for dead. He has been approached by an Indian history professor Ashmita (Disha Patani) to help recover a magical gemstone that was lost when the Indian envoy was buried under the avalanche. Using his vast knowledge of history and Kung Fu, Jackie leads his team on a race around the world to beat the mercenaries to the treasure and save an ancient culture.
Kust like his past adventure movies, Kung Fu Yoga is all about exploring the lost treasure that included loads of action, comedy and adventure. Jackie leads the crew and his onscreen presence allures everyone and intriguing. The problem with the movie is that the original film The Myth didn’t do well at the box office and came out with average to negative reviews. There’s nothing new with Kung Fu Yoga, just old wine in new bottle, but Jackie’s adventitious stunts and some comedy make audiences to stay with the film.
Overall, id you’re an adventurous freak and like these kinds of stuff, then this movie is for you. Kung Fu Yoga won’t satisfy usual Indian film goers.