- Alternative Character Interpretation: The shadow puppets are voiced by people from various regions of India who each grew up hearing different versions of the story. They point out their different interpretations of the characters and their actions.
- Awesome Music: Quite a bit. Even if you don't like jazz, there is quite a few original/other songs that work really well in the film and just sound awesome.
- Most notably the song fans have dubbed Sita's Fire for lack of an official name.
- Ear Worm: RAMA'S GREAT, RAMA'S GOOD, RAMA DOES WHAT RAMA SHOULD!!
- Fridge Logic: Lampshaded by the shadow puppets, about why Sita doesn't escape Lanka with Hanuman, and instead waits for Rama to rescue her instead.
- Sita leaves a trail of jewelry as she is kidnapped by Ravana so Rama can follow her. The female shadow puppet wonders how she can do that when she left all her belongings back home.
- The two male puppets start to question why Sita is so loyal to Rama after everything he puts her through. The female puppet tries to explain that's it just a girl thing, but bullshit is still called.
- Hilarious in Hindsight:
- Retroactive Recognition:
- Tear Jerker: The second last "Nina" chapter ends with the most painful cry of anguish you will ever hear.
- Visual Effects of Awesome: The entire film really. More incredible that this was mostly done on her home computer. Special mention to "Sita's Fire."
YMMV / Sita Sings the Blues