Friday, 8 April 2016

The Jungle Book


An orphan boy is raised in the jungle with the help of a pack of wolves, a bear and a black panther. The Happy go lucky life turns around when “shere khan” enters for a revenge.

Neil Sethi at an age of 12 completely leaves the audience mesmerized by his performance.
Being the only actor on the set, you cannot even notice a delay or fringe in his performance.

40% of credit for Neil’s performance goes to the director and his team here. Excellent view points and vision for lifelike Computer Graphics.

Animation and Dub
The Entire movie is remains exciting just because of its VFX and CG. The characters are close to real. Some people call it “Photreal”.The voices given to each character are awesome the dub artist being well established actors helps the movie a lot.

The story is not too strong for the so called 90’s kid as the movie is all the same as that it was 20 years back.
The movie is about a boy, stranded in a jungle as an infant. He s raised p by a pack of wolves. Soon after some years pass by and the tiger AKA our villain enters to take his part of the revenge for some old grudge. The energy drops in the last hour however the climax put its right back on track.

If you like occasionally getting all “teared up” wearing a pair of 3D glasses and getting lost in the world of fantasy, do watch this movie.

My rating is 3.5/5.