MOWGLI : our favorite indian kid has resurfaced again

August 12, 2018 By derrick
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This has always been a major childhood favorite story, raised by a pack of wolves in india, deep in the heart of the jungle, is the wild boy Mowgli, this is one exceptional movie to be seen, though it was meant to be released this year, Warner bros sold the rights of the movie to Netflix, who rescheduled the release to next year. It’s one great movie to anticipate, the roars of sheer khan and the humor of Baloo, I also expect an upgrade from the previously released jungle book, awesome movie too, but quite basic, we’re hoping for that Netflix magic on this one this time, you can watch the preview above, enjoy

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Derrick Anyanwu is a creative writer.

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