Delhi Safari (2012)
The residents of the national park welcome a bright sunny morning, birds singing away merrily, animals running around with joy. A distant thunder breaks the silence and a closer look reveals the jungle being raided by man and machine destroying everything in its path. The night has a very tense air as all the animals gather around with fear in their heart, discussing their fate of losing their habitat to human beings. Everyone is convinced that it is futile to fight humans, and the only option is to leave and move to a safer home. The best way to get back their homes is to have a dialog with the humans, win their hearts and their own homes. Will the animals manage to keep their homes or move to another habitat? … More
- PG (for violence and menacing action, rude humor, suggestive content and thematic elements)
- Animation , Kids & Family
- Directed By:
- Nikhil Advani
- Written By:
- Milap Zaveri , Suresh Nair , Nikhil Advani , Girish Dhamija
- In Theaters:
- Dec 7, 2012 Limited
- On DVD:
- Apr 29, 2013
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Critic Reviews for Delhi Safari
The "Save the Environment" and "Share the World" themes of "Delhi Safari" will keep the adults involved in this nice story that is chock full of snappy, nature-friendly songs that will delight the kids.
Going to the zoo, watching Animal Planet or reading National Geographic will be more enlightening than this. (Full Content Review for Parents also available)
...U.S. audiences, at least, are bound to find the animation here subpar for a theatrical release.
It shamelessly rips off much better animated movies. What kind of lesson is that for our young people?
Although set in India, the Bollywood-backed cartoon Delhi Safari speaks the universal language of middling kiddie entertainment.
Although its message is never subtle, Delhi Safari is fun enough to earn the right to preach.
A much better way to strike home the same green message, while also having more fun, would be to just skip this movie and take your kids to a national park.
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