‘The Jungle Book’ Reminds the Days of Childhood
The latest fantasy-adventure Hollywood movie ‘The Jungle Book’ is all set to release on 8th of April. In India the movie is being released a week before than its US release in English, Hindi, Tamil & Telugu languages. It is strongly buzzing among audience across the country as their favorite actors like- Priyanka Chopra, Irrfan Khan, Nana Patekar, Shefali Shah & more, have also associated with it. These stars have given voice for the characters of The Jungle Book in the Hindi dubbed version. Also it is widely promoted by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, which has generated good pre-release hype about the movie on Indian Box Office.
After the special screening held on April 6, The Jungle Book is getting very positive reviews from critics as well as celebs. As per their statements, it reminds the days of childhood and a delightful treat for children in this summer season. Not only children but teenagers will also enjoy this movie. With such positive response there is bit disappointment also, because CBFC has given it a U/A certification. Many known ones have raised voice against it but there is no alteration made on the certification.
Child actor Neel Sethi starrer The Jungle Book is releasing with decent screen count. The movie has reported average response for its advance booking but is positively expected to get impressive start on Indian box office. Last week released Kung Fu Panda 3 had also reported excellent performance. As per the prediction report, this fantasy-adventure movie will collect over 5 crores on Friday with overall occupancy of 30-35%.