reading this, read our previous Chacha Chaudhary reviews:
seen some weird Chacha Chaudhary comics in the past, but what
you're about to see will blow you away. Yes, it will cause you
to lose your mind. When your brain recovers from the onslaught,
the lucky ones among you will be able to retain some sanity
by becoming sannyasins, but the rest will wander the streets
with no recollection of their former lives.
we have learnt by now, Chacha Chaudhary is the absolute king
of shitty comics. But this is no regular, everyday shittyness...
Chacha Chaudhary is so shitty that it is actually fun to read!
How many other comics do you know that are the centre of their
own cosmic paradox?
nothing can prepare you for what you're about to see. Finally
tired of pitting him against pedestrian villians with names
like Changu and Mangu, Pran (in his infinite wisdom) decides
to have Chacha Chaudhary face off against the most famous villian
in Indian cinema - Gabbar Singh!
that's right. Gabbar Singh. The dacoit leader from the 1975
movie Sholay! The story begins with Gabbar breaking
out from police custody, meaning this story actually takes up
from where Sholay left off. So if you've ever asked
yourself, "Who would win in a fight - Chacha Chaudhary
or Gabbar Singh?" you're about to find out. Come on, don't
say you've never thought about it.
wish I could say that the lameass artwork in this comic is a
side-effect of it being published in 1981. But unfortunately,
all Chacha Chaudhary comics look like this. This is even weirder
if you read the intro page, where it tells you that Pran, "heart-throb
of millions of comic lovers", has a degree in fine
look at the incredible amount of story they've compressed into
one page. In five frames, we've gone from Chacha Chaudhary aimlessly
leading a horse around town to Gabbar Singh sitting astride
said horse, trying to get it to move. What I admire about this
page most is the attempt to beautify shitty drawings with even
more shitty artwork. Like the flowers in the bottom-right corner
on the first frame. And like the - my god! Look at the second
last frame... Gabbar Singh is smiling! But that's short-lived,
as he gets pissed off again because the horse doesn't move.
will happen next? Go ahead, click "next". You know
you want to.