Jungle Book’ is casting super –spells at India’s Box Office, the Second Biggest Debut for a Hollywood Film!!!

jungle-book-600x309Movie marketers from across India have pulled off a rocking and smashing debut for their latest reel-magic- The Jungle Book, clocking 101 Million Rupee on the opening day haul.

In an unprecedented move from the giant Disney, Indian were given ‘Royal Treatment’   with a leisure to see Jungle Book a week ahead of its release in rest of the world.

The family-film was rolled out in some 1500 theatres in different corners of country in its authentic English, in addition to dubbed version in Hindi, Telugu and Tamil.   

The movie has holistically Hybrid Live Action with John Favreau ( Iron Man, Elf) as its director  , the Movie revolves around  12 Year Old American fresh face Neel Sethi ( Mowgli), who is raised by wolves in the Indian jungle with the assistance of other animals such as Baloo ( Wise Bear) and Bagheera ( The Black Panther).

The voices of the key animal figures in the Hindi Version are given by luminaries from Bollywood such as Priyanka Chopra, Irrfan Khan, Nana Patekar and Om Puri.

1023141-disney-releases-first-look-jon-favreaus-jungle-bookThe Film has taken critics and analyst by sheer surprise, exceeding consensus estimation of 60 million rupees, netting two-third better than it was predicted by Movie Pundits.

The movie is been scorching box office and have placed itself very nicely for what should be a 350 million ($5.3 million) to 400 million ($6 million) 3-day opening weekend.

 Movie marketers from Disney will be eyeing to repeat the success they been scoring in India in other movie battlegrounds of the world.

If the opening day estimation holds the water, Jungle Book will be confirmed as the second -highest opening Hollywood film ever to grace Indian cinema, as of now title holder is Disney’s Avengers: Age of Ultron with 103 Million debut. 

The movie that acknowledges Indian Roots and offers Audio-Video thrills is just next to Hit drama –Airlift in highest opening revenues among all Indian films.   

The Mowgli show is going on very well, and content of Jungle Book stands absolute true to the adage: Some Stories Stay Forever.