A beautiful sequel infused with humor at places so unexpected that you will fall in love with a few characters. The prospect of Ganesha being abandoned at birth in this interpretation is a heart breaking story with clearly the villain emerging as a person who has sunk very low in life, just because he never held his ideals or moral obligations in life higher than him.
Truthfully the villain aka the king teaches us that taking a firm stance and abiding by the truth in life is more important than being accepted in the society as unflawed and respectable
though excessive bravery as portrayed by Sati is something i find unbelievable ; I do understand the need to stand up to a situation but dont understand the concept of pushing yourself in the fire
also from the book i learnt about the Liger and then tiglon( courtesy wikipedia)