FIRST INDIAN 3D ANIMATION FILM ROAD SIDE ROMEO

Roadside Romeo released in 2008, is an Indian American computer animated romantic musical comedy drama family film written and directed by Jugal Hansraj and produced by Aditya Chopra and Yash Chopra of Yash Raj Films and further distributed by Walt Disney studios Motion Pictures in United states, India and all around the world.

 

It was released in the United States and India in the year 2008. After Sony Pictures’ Saawariya, Roadside Romeo became the second Bollywood movie to achieve a North American release by a Hollywood studio. It was also Hansraj’s first animated debut.

The title character in the movie is a dog living in Mumbai, as voiced by Saif Ali Khan and his girlfriend Laila, is voiced by Kareena Kapoor. For both the actors this was the first voice over in animated production. Roadside Romeo, the tale of a pampered puppy whose owner moves leaving him behind a fend for himself on the streets of Mumbai. In this classic Bollywood tradition, the 95 minutes film comprises 1400 shots, approximately 40 scenes and five song and dance numbers.

Pankaj Khandpur the creative director at Visual Computing Labs says that while directing Roadside Romeo their aim was to create a quality production that would set the standard for future 3D animated Bollywood movies. Maya software has much to do with the film.

If you haven’t watched this movie yet, go and watch this beautiful animation work.

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