For his Hollywood debut, Neel Sethi couldn’t have asked for a bigger project. He is the star of Disney’s live action film, The Jungle Book, based on Rudyard Kipling’s beloved stories. He also couldn’t have picked a harder role for his first gig. Sethi is the only actor seen on the screen, with the rest of the cast voicing the digitally rendered animals. One of the many things Sethi does in the film, a lot, is run away from dangerous animals. Sethi’s running and jumping skills and athleticism were perfected further with parkour.
We are both stubborn, adventurous and like to show our energy a lot, says Sethi about the character he plays. The one thing he couldn’t identify with was that Mowgli lives in the jungles. Do not go to the jungle. It is hard.” That’s good advice. The Jungle Book 2016 Movie releasing world wide on the 15th April 2016. But this movie is releasing in India one week before it releases all over the world. The film is scheduled to be released in Disney Digital 3D, RealD 3D and IMAX 3D on 15.04.2016 world wide. Book tickets for The Jungle Book 2016 Movie in IMAX or INOX theaters.
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The Jungle Book Official Trailer was released on the 15th September 2015 on the you tube. Ever since about 52,82,000 people have seen this trailer on the you tube. The Jungle Book 2016 extended trailer was released on the you tube on the 5th January 2016. About 25,93,000 people have witnessed this on the you tube so far from its release date. Huge number of people around the world are waiting to watch this movie on theaters. Luckily Indian viewers get the chance of viewing this movie in theaters one week before other people in the world.
Disney enthusiasts lined up outside the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood on Monday night to watch the red-carpet premiere of the highly anticipated film, The Jungle Book. The original film was the only time Walt Disney had celebrity casting, so I felt that in keeping with that tradition, I wanted to hire people whose voices were recognizable. It turned into something [where] the cast was able to breathe life in humanity into these digital characters,” said Jungle Book director Jon Favreau