Nikhil Advani’s ‘Delhi Safari’ to release Today!

On Friday, October 19th, 2012

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Nikhil Advani’s ‘Delhi Safari’ to launch today!

The ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’ director Nikhil Advani is in all his nerves today. Guess why! ‘Coz his five years of hard work is going to hit the theatres today. Yes, the director’s latest animated film ‘Delhi Safari’ is launching today. So, Nikhil is much excited and expressing his bewilderment says, “But I can’t wait to see everyone’s reaction to the film.”

Ask him why and the actor gets candid. Casting light on his know-how about this new generation of film, Nikhil says, “Exploring a new genre like animation has been exhilarating, intriguing and challenging. We’ve spent five years working on this film and hope it excites everyone as much as it excites us. I also hope everyone watches the film with their family and friends.”

However, one thing must be mentioned here that he names the movie a Bollywood masala film and says the biggest plus point of the film is its characters and their journey. “It’s not just for children, but for the child in you,” he winks. Answering a question, if he would ever like to direct one more animation film, he says, “It’s a genre and medium that appeals to me. I would definitely love to direct another animation film in the future.”

Just have a look below on the views of the Hollywood actors, who have dubbed for the English version of the movie.

Vanessa Williams (Begum, the mother leopard): The film shows how a family of animals unite and deal with a crisis together. Our world, right now, is going through a change and we need to protect our environment and the animals.

Cary Elwes (Sultan, the father leopard): It’s a story with a big heart. It successfully puts across a key message: protect our animals.

Christopher Lloyd (Pigeon): The plot and characters are all well-drawn. You get a sense of community.

Jason Alexander (male flamingo and Hyena, the cook): It’s a clever toon.

Brad Garrett (Bagga, the bear): The film’s got songs… my character sings a song and it’s very entertaining.

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