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Well, I will let you work that out or see it for yourself when you watch the play. There was one animal played by two actors. Try guessing which animal that might be. Props and fluorescent lighting were used to good effect.
The play had excellent live music, with a very good percussionist who played the jungle tattoos brilliantly, and a guitarist who also played the harmonium and gave vocal support. The wheel has, indeed, come a complete circle: after being part of comic books and movies both animation and otherwise , Jungle Book is being played by a troupe from Mumbai — the city which used to be called Bombay, when Kipling was born there.
The play is scripted by Sumeet Vyas and directed by Shivani Tanksale.
Yet the jungle has a poor opinion of humans. Very true. The Jungle book is the third animation movie I watched in a hall in The outstanding one amongst those would be Zootopia — more for the way Judy Hopps makes you part of her journey. The Jungle Book is a shade better than Kung Fu Panda 3 , but could have been an epic had they increased the duration, gave more depth to each key character and story line. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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In the movie, the animals of the jungle bestow maximum respect to the elephant, almost god like status. That Baloo, the bear, likes honey is an expected fact. I often find non Indians laugh or criticize Indian food ingredients having too much masala.
Little do they know that each of the ingredients you name it turmeric, cinnamon, cumin seeds etc have medicinal properties, and are included in diet for scientific reasons. The brilliant chase scene where monkeys kidnap Mowgli and take him to the monkey temple will take your mind to monkey temples all across India. There is a sense of closure, the coming of a full circle, where Mowgli has now truly become a part of the jungle community with all his uniqueness, his man-ness.
As the narrator, Bagheera ends with the wondering pronouncement of how he had never seen all the animals of the jungle come together before as they had done in the destruction of Sher Khan, the bane of the jungle.
The one thing that struck me was the extent of power and ability in the human voice. All the animals, all the computer generated characters were brought to life, were given emotions and personality merely through the voices of talented actors.
Bagheera, voiced by Ben Kingsley exuded power and self restraint and love and companionship and even the occasional subdued humour.
The wonderful Bill Murray voiced Baloo the bear, and no one could have brought out the character of the happy go lucky bear who lived life his own way and could die for his friends without a second thought better than him.
Christopher Walken voicing King Louie the Gigantopithecus was comic even in his hostility and positively scary demeanour. And Idris Elba as Sher Khan was just phenomenal. That a man could bring so much hatred and power and pure evil into a cartoon with just his voice has to be seen to be believed.
The director deserves applause for just his selection of actors to voice the characters if nothing else. Twelve year old newcomer Neel Sethi as Mowgli is an appropriate casting selection.
He brings in energy and charm even as his demeanour truly speaks of a boy brought up among the animals. What is commendable is how natural his acting is, especially since all the talking he does is essentially to himself on set. He had to imagine all the characters that he was addressing, and he does that beautifully.
But unfortunately for him it is his imaginary co-stars who really steal the spotlight, making him look a little like a supporting artist. There is one little thing that I cannot help but mention, not as criticism but just as a bit of harmless humour for my fellow Indian moviegoers — the Westerners do make a terrible mess of pronouncing our words.
It will definitely make you giggle a little The Jungle Book is a tale of joy and laughter, of tears and pain, of love, of companionship, of adventure, of acceptance.