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  • Andy Serkis’ ‘Jungle Book: Origins’ retitled to ‘Mowgli’

    Andy Serkis’ dark take on Rudyard Kipling’s classic “The Jungle Book” has a new name, “Mowgli”. Warner Bros has changed the title of the live-action movie, which was earlier named “Jungle Book: Origins”. Serkis is directing the film, which is scheduled to be released on October 19 next year, reported Variety. The film follows Mowgli (Rohan Chand), who is raised by a pack of wolves as he follows the rules of the

  • Mumbai: Meet Mowgli, Sher Khan at Andheri home pandal

    Mumbai: Ganesh mandals go crazy during the Ganpati festival in decking up their pandals with extravagant themes to attract devotees but now even households Ganpatis have jumped into the bandwagon. Giving a tough fight to mandal Ganpatis, Udaykumar Singh family who stays at Jiten building, D N Nagar Andheri from past 39 years, is celebrating the festival with a seven-foot tall idol not in their home but in the building parking lawn

  • Mumbai: Mowgli to entertain visitors at Moti Baug

    Mumbai: Taking a leaf from ‘Jungle Book’, the Moti Baug Sarvajanik Ganesh Utsav Mandal has decided to have Mowgli theme to enthral visitors. The organisers also have a social message that there should be no reservation system in education and no outsourcing of talent. The Khetwadicha 21 Mukhi idol has been made of fibre. The props of animals, a tiger and a bear place below the idol are made of

  • ‘The Jungle Book’ crosses Rs.100 crore-mark in India

    Mumbai: Hollywood filmmaker Jon Favreau’s 3D live-animation adventure fantasy film “The Jungle Book” has entered the Rs.100 crore club in India in just 10 days since its release.

  • I love India because this is my home: ‘The Jungle Book’ actor

    Mumbai: Child actor Neel Sethi, who will be essaying the role of Mowgli in the new “The Jungle Book”, says he loves India because it is “home.” Filmmaker Jon Favreau’s upcoming 3D live-animation adventure fantasy film started the promotions here following a special press conference and exclusive India footage screening.

  • Life comes full circle with ‘Jungle Book’ for Freida

    With her childhood memories attached to Rudyard Kipling’s timeless classic, actress Freida Pinto, who found popularity in the West post “Slumdog Millionaire”, is excited to be a part of “Jungle Book: Origins”. She says her life has come full circle with the Hollywood project, reports IANS.