DELHI SAFARI follows a wacky pack of mismatched animals who takes on the human race as they travel to the big city to protest the destruction of their jungle. How can a leopard cub and his mother, a peace-loving bear, a mischievous monkey, and a wisecracking parrot present their ideas to a bunch of humans? You’ll find out in this hilarious and heart-warming adventure that will have you cheering at the end.
The voice cast includes Jane Lynch, Christopher Lloyd, Vanessa Williams, Cary Elwes, Brad Garrett and Jason Alexander. Not only do they lend their voice talents but they also break out in song many times during the movie and if you’ve never heard Brad Garrett sing well here’s your chance!
The animation in this Hindi animated feature isn’t the quality like that of Disney or Pixar animated movies but it does fall close to Nicktoons and maybe movies similar to Madagascar. Each animal character has its own unique look and personality to them which I really did like and some even had a little attitude. The story is pretty simple and reminded me of The Lion King. What is funny is when the animals break out in song, it’s almost animated comedy gold but I don’t think it’s meant to be that funny or cheesy.
Bottom line is, Delhi Safari is definitely one for the much young audience. I had a hard time getting into it at times but it was some fun. I think the little kiddos out there will easily enjoy this movie and probably want to watch it over and over again. There is one particular scene in the beginning that might bother a few but it’s nothing we haven’t seen in a Disney movie before. The DVD releases on April 16th.
Distributor: ARC Entertainment
Run Time: 97 Minutes
Special Features: None