Avatar movie characters from Ramayan

Started by Sharmila, August 26, 2009, 03:18:38 PM

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i saw the teaser of avatar by james cameron, director of titanic. they seemed fantastic..

thye main reason why i made this coloumn is.. the avatar\'s director wrote in his blog that he made this movie inspired by indian ethics mahabharatham n ramayanam.. even the last part of movie, matrix is made inspired from mahabharath again..

if the other country people are making contented movies inspiring from our ethics then y do our movie makers are stopping by making movies on known stories.. y dont they get a idea to make a movie on 14 vedas n other related stories matching up with today\'s living style..  

thr r many stories gone underneath.. many dnt know abt them.. even am 1 of them..


devanand also made avatar but its about fake babas etc :smilegrin:
Wanting to learn vast ranged Astrology only to predict few sport events is like Marrying only for Sex !

The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one !


thats our standard of thinking :mad:


i didnt understand why aliens had signs on their foreheads like hindus, why they r in blue color with tails and why they fly on dragons


see it today and understand.
i think they just took a leaf from ramayan to create alien characters


climax is from lord krishna - satyabhama story of killing narakasur.
all emotions,characters made it look like indian movie though making standards were of hollywood

Aindrita Ray

exactly !!! am impressed with this movie
westeners are studying indian literature and making movies while indians are still copying hollywood DVDs
watch this movie only in 3D


james cameron adapted vishnu purana well
he used concept of how lord vishnu sent his avatars with his power but different body onto earth


this concept was in india since ages
but our directors made stupid movies


We tend to forget our great Indian values and roots, but outsiders study ours and get inspired and publicize to world.