5 Reasons Why Parents Should Take Their Kids To Watch The Jungle Book

The-Jungle-Book[tps_footer]The most popular animation series, ‘The Jungle Book‘ is all set to entertain kids in a 3D live animation adventure on April 8. Directed by Jon Favreau, written by Justin Marks and produced by Walt Disney, the film stars Neel Sethi as Mowgli and is based on Rudyard Kipling’s eponymous collective works, ‘The Jungle Book’ stories.The-Jungle-Book1Here are five reasons why parents should take their kids to watch the film, ‘The Jungle Book’.

The-Jungle-Book2Those who grew up in the 90s can very well relate to this film, how they used to sit in front of their TV sets every Sunday to watch the long haired boy ‘Mowgli’. The Jungle book had charmed us with its amazing story back then and it’s time for this generation kids to go on an adventurous ride with Mowgli. The-Jungle-Book-3The Jungle Book’ is a simple narrative with amazing animated characters, which every child would love to see. It would likely refresh childhood memories of many.

CLICK HERE FOR ALL LATEST BOLLYWOOD UPDATESThe-Jungle-Book-4The ‘Jungle Jungle Baat Chali Hai’ was the childhood anthem for 90s kids and the new version of it has been recorded by Gulzar and Vishal BharadwajThe-Jungle-Book-5This film would give inspiration to many kids from fictional life. Mowgli was not less than a hero with exceptional intelligence in the world of wild animals. Talking and living with the animals will be a fantasy for every child.The-Jungle-Book-6Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra will voice the character of Kaa, the python while Irrfan Khan will be heard in the voice of the character Baloo, the bear. Nana Patekar will voice the role of Sher Khan, the tiger and Shefali Shah will lend her voice for Raksha the wolf. Also, none other than Om Puri will be heard in the voice of Bagheera the panther.