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Pixar Shorts Volume 3: Sanjay's Super Team

Pixar Shorts Volume 3: Sanjay's Super Team
Pixar Shorts Volume 3: Sanjay's Super Team




7 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Short Films



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A young boy named Sanjay and his father grow increasingly frustrated with each other; Sanjay just wants to watch his favourite television show, Super Team, while his father attempts to meditate. Sanjay’s father soon turns off the TV, takes away Sanjay’s beloved action figure and makes him pray. However, after a strange incident, Sanjay is transported to a temple where his action figures have been transformed into Hindu Gods, which sees Vishnu, Durga and Hanuman do battle with antagonist Ravana.


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