Fear is an unpleasant emotion in which you always think about what’s going to happen next. Horror movies have evolved over the years and today we see more sophisticated horror films that incorporate top-notch prosthetics and state-of-the-art CGI effects combined with an excellent sound that can send chills down your spine. I am a huge horror movie fan and last week as I was watching a horror movie a simple thought popped up in my mind. This post is the result of that thought and I hope I do justice to it because so far I haven’t read anything like this on the internet.
Jungle jungle pata chala hain, chaddi pehan ke phool khila hain. These iconic lyrics by Gulzar are eternally etched in the minds of millions of Indian kids born in the late 70s and 80s who used to watch The Jungle Book series every Sunday morning on the national television channel. Then, Mowgli became a household name and one of the most endearing characters on TV. After a gap of three decades, The Jungle Book is back and I must confess this is a great way to return in style. The theaters are super packed not just with kids, but adults who must have been a Mowgli-fan during their childhood days. Directed by Jon Favreau, The Jungle Book borrows the plot from the books by Rudyard Kipling and the 1967 Disney classic of the same name.