10 reasons why The Jungle Book is rocking in India


The Jungle Book movie Poster - Mowgli is coming back in April 2016

The Jungle Book movie Poster – Mowgli is coming back in April 2016

The most famous Hollywood movie, The Jungle Book is making records in India now a days. The movie has already won the race, but still running towards setting a new milestone for upcoming Hollywood movies in India. This is the first time ever in History that a Hollywood movie have received huge applauds all over in India. The movie is still running strong in 3rd week of its release and is almost to reach the level of 150crs in such short span.

The Kids, The Youngsters, The Parents, The Love Birds, The Professionals and The movie-goers are still planning to see the movie together. They are loving the new avatar of Jungle Boy, Mowgli and his forest-mates Sher Khan, Bhagheera, Baloo, Kaa, King Louie etc. in this reel. And ofcourse you cannot ignore the amazing voices of Nana Patekar, Irrfan Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Shefali Shah who have added a new interest in the movie for viewers. It’s still going great and can create a new milestone for new Hollywood movies that will be not easy to break.

10 reasons why The Jungle Book is rocking in India

  1. New version of one of the most amazing and interesting song “Jungle Jungle Baat Chali hai”

  2. Touching voices of Nana Patekar, Irrfan Khan, Priyanka Chopra, and Shefali Shah.

  3. Brilliant acting of Mowgli (Neel Sethi in real)

  4. The story of the movie, that stays in the hearts of millions since 1990.

  5. The Buzz among kids, and Parents from the times of 1990, who have already enjoyed watching Mowgli cartoon character in TV series of that time.

  6. Live-action and CGI technique used in the movie

  7. Full entertainment and lessons to remember for life for kids.

  8. Lovely presentation of most lovable characters including Mowgali, Bhageera, Baloo, Kaa and King Louie…..and ofcourse Sher Khan.

  9. A time that suites to all classes of the viewers.

  10. An interesting climax that makes viewers curious to know what will be next, in sequels of the movie