The spiritual drama is about a British Pakistani rapper who is struck down by an epigenetic illness that threatens to derail his big break as he is about to go on his maiden world tour.
With the 2016 Jon Favreau blockbuster adaptation of The Jungle Book still fresh in audience’s minds, comparisons of Serkis’ version with it, though unfair, are unavoidable.
'Mowgli' is far bloodier with deep bloody wounds playing a large hand in making us feel the sinisterness of jungle life.
Days ahead of the premiere of Andy Serkis’ Mowgli on Netflix, we caught up with its director, an award-winning expert in the art of performance capture.
The 44-year-old actor, who was in India to promote Netflix'sMowgli: Legend of the Jungle, said he did not always have the power to choose in his career.
The actor praised the film's child star, Rohan Chand, for being more intelligent than he was when he started as a child actor.
It was interesting to see talents from two industries mingle over a story, written by a British writer, who was born in colonial India.
Its India connect makes the country perfect for the premiere, which will be held on Sunday at the Yash Raj Films studio.
Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit Nene will bring to life Nisha, the wolf mother of Mowgli, in the Netflix film.
Abhishek will lend his voice for Bagheera. Kareena will be infusing life to the soft and hypnotic voice of the python Kaa.
Mowgli's adventures have made way for several adaptations like the popular eponymous 1967 animated film or Jon Favreau's similarly titled re-imagination.
The film will have exclusive limited theatrical engagements, starting November 29 in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and London, Netflix said in a statement.
He remembers his self-underestimation that made several limits in learning new things in life.
In India ahead of the release of forthcoming film, Tabrez Noorani's "Love Sonia", which delves into the dark world of child sex trafficking, Freida says there's not much she can tell about "Mowgli."