Freida Pinto said, her life has come full circle with the Jungle Book.
Freida Pinto voices Mowgli’s adoptive mother in Jungle Book, she said her life has come full circle with the Jungle Book.
With her childhood memories attached to Rudyard Kipling’s timeless classic, actress Freida Pinto, who found popularity in the West post Slumdog Millionaire, is excited to be a part of Jungle Book: Origins. She says her life has come full circle with the Hollywood project.
Freida is voicing Mowgli’s adoptive mother in the Warner Brothers’ motion capture live-action adventure adaptation of The Jungle Book.
Jungle Book: Origins, based on the novel by Kipling. And the actress maintains that the film is worth the wait, its led by Andy Serkis, who also gives voice to friendly bear Baloo.
The movie also cast, includes names like Benedict Cumberbatch, Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, and Indian-American child actor Rohan Chand as Mowgli.
Freida said, ‘I am fairly shaken about it because we all used to follow it on Doordarshan every Sunday. We loved watching it. Lifetime kind of becoming full circle to participate in a project like that’.
Freida is back on the screen with her next project, and she said ‘It is Andy and I am super charged up. It will release in 2017.
While there is still time for Jungle Book: Origins to hit the screens, Freida is back on the screen with her next project, Terrence Malick’s film Knight of Cups opposite Hollywood’s ‘The Dark Knight’ Bale. The film hit the screens in the US last week.