Story: Arjun- The Warrior Prince is the story of a mythological character- Arjun of Mahabharata. The animated action film traces the journey of Arjun from teenage to the adolescent stage, where he eventually becomes a warrior. Story Treatment: Indian animation goes one step ahead with Arjun-The Warrior, though the 3D effect is surely missed as that would proved to be an icing on the cake. The flick on the whole, has a beautiful narration with a suspense element related to Arjun which is quite thrilling; however, there is a flip side too, as the first half goes completely off track. The screenplay concentrates more on Yudhishtra and Bheema, neglecting the pivotal tracks of Arjun, which ought to be showcased. The post interval moments however, are a treat to watch as the story flows in the correct order with some amazing VFX. Star Cast: Yuddvir Bakolia does a brilliant job by lending his near perfect voice to the character of Arjun. Anjan Srivastav as Lord Shiva has an impactful diction in a small but pivotal role. Sachin Khedekar complements the look of Lord Krishna with his voice. Ila Arun as a voice over for Kunti gets less scope. Vishnu Sharma as Bheema sounds impressive with a voice modulation, as he switches frequently between an innocent foody and powerful Bheema. Direction: Arnab Chaudhari gets benefit of the fact that viewers are already aware of what warrior Arjun was all about. But, he makes a huge difference as far as bringing the same old story on big screen. The ‘Swayamvar’ scene where, Arjun hits the fish has been brilliantly shot with some new dimensions added to it. The meditation track, where Arjun attains power to kill ‘kaurvas’ is rich in amazing graphics; but, a few things including, Dronacharya slapping Arjun is hard to digest because it's not anticipated. Music/ Dialogues/ Cinematography/Editing: Music is strictly okay. Dialogues are funny and give a different flavour to the story. Cinematography complements the VFX. Editing could have been better. Ups and downs: Direction, dialogues, performances, cinematography and VFX are the strong points. Music, editing and screenplay, especially thre pre-interval moments are the drawbacks. Overall, never has Indian animation been so stunning. So, Arjun- The Warrior Prince is surely a one-time watch.