and man’s quest for unknown, in terms of scientific exploration, has led him to find out various types of valuable items from different planets in the universe. The course of such quest led the scientists to obtain “unobtanium” on a planet, Pandora. The Pandora biosphere has almost the same elements as that of the Earth’s and it is inhabited by Na’vi. The species of the Pandora also has close similarities with the Earth’s and also provides a deep impression of the similarity that Earthly species as well as human inhabitants enjoyed during the days of primitive existence. Circumstances of the film take a serious turn as Jack Sully’s intelligence is used for the purpose of obtaining “unobtanium” and taking advantage of Na’vis’ primitive existence, human beings, with their superior technology and armed forces attempt to destroy the Hometree, a manifestation of Na’vis’ respect for values and traditional existence, to reach the mines. The entire Na’vi community fights back and despite their initial defeat, finally with the help of entire Pandoran wildlife they defeat artificial intelligence and technological supremacy (Avatar 2009).
Main theme of the Avatar elaborates a symbolical criticism against man’s hedonistic and utilitarian aggression for everything that is natural, spontaneous and beautiful. It has also been suggested that free spirit cannot be dominated by the use of armed forces, artificial intelligence and threat of tremendous oppression. The history of human civilization provides numerous such examples that a superior community in terms of power, technology and massive support, has attempted to dominate the weaker ones but the moment such oppression has amounted to the level of violating self-respect, values and morality, a strong wave of protest has always emerged from the dominated side, resulting in fall of the dominating. The storyline of Avatar