The Lion King Movie Review

The Lion King Movie Review: A whelp destined to Mufasa (James Earl Jones). The ruler of Pride Lands in the African savanna. Is introduced to the world. As the assembled creatures celebrate, the delight isn’t shared by Scar (Chiwetel Ejiofor). Mufasa’s sibling who consistently thought of himself as the illustrious beneficiary. A situation sees Mufasa cleverly executed by Scar and youthful Simba (JD McCrary) compelled to flee. All is by all accounts over for the lost offspring, till he meets a lot of far-fetched companions. Timon (Billy Eichner), a wisecracking meerkat and Pumbaa (Seth Rogen) a sort hearted basic warthog experiencing tooting.

  • CAST: Donald Glover, Seth Rogen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Alfre Woodard
  • DIRECTION: Jon Favreau
  • TYPE: Animation
  • DURATION: 1:58 hr

From Disney Live Action, director Jon Favreau’s new. “The Lion King” travels to the African savannah where a future king is born. Simba idolizes his father, King Mufasa, and takes his own royal destiny seriously. But not everyone in the kingdom celebrates the arrival of the new cub.

The Lion King Movie Review

The film depicts the emotional relationship between Sher Jungle Muhassa (voice of Shah Rukh Khan) and his son Simba (voice of Aryan Khan), called the Gaurav Bhoomi. The entire forest swells happily upon Simba’s birth, except that of Mufasa’s brother Scar (Ashish Vidyarthi). After knowing that Simba will become the king of the jungle after Mufasa. Scar starts making plans to remove him from. The path and one day manages to kill Mufasa along with the lions’ enemy hyena, and innocent of his death on Simba. Bursts and forces him to flee the forest. In which circumstances Simba grows up away from her family and will have to watch the film to know all this.

The story of the film is straightforward, simple and quite predictable. There are no special twist-turns. The biggest highlight of the Hindi version of the film is the voice of real father-son. Duo superstar Shah Rukh Khan and his son Aryan Khan as Mufasa and Simba. While Shah Rukh’s voice makes Mufasa Royal, Aryan empowers the brave young lion Simba. Ashish Vidyarthi is perfect as Scar, while Asrani entertains in his iconic style as a woodpecker Jeju. However, in the case of entertainment. The pair of Timan (voice of Shreyash Talpade) and Pumbaa (voice of Sanjay Mishra) overshadows everything. The Bidu and the shorter Bambiya style of these two makes the audience laugh a lot. Apart from this, hymns are also fun to speak in Bhojpuri accent. (The Lion King Movie Review)

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