NEW JUNGLE BOOK TITLE SONG

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Jungle Jungle Baat Chali Hai is the title song from the dubbed Hindi version of the Japanese anime series Jungle Book Shōnen Mowgli. "The Jungle Book: Take a trip down the memory lane with this new version of Jungle Jungle Baat Chali. r/movies - I watched The Jungle Book yesterday and understood how children from feel about Star wars (hype, reaction videos). I watched the jungle book TV. Remember the song Jungle, Jungle Baat Chali Hai Pata Chala Hai, Chaddi Khila Hai, the title track of the animated TV series, The Jungle Book? people had tracked me down after watching the new Jungle Book track.


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I was surprised to learn that an Indian American friend of mine had a similar reaction watching Disney's first movie based on Kipling's book. This was the first story, outside of Hindu mythology, where "the protagonist was brown and without a Christian name," Kartikay Mehrotra told me in an e-mail.

Mowgli was my hero — the first character I could relate to because he looked like me. Mowgli has a moment with Raksha, the "mother wolf" who adopted him.

Meet the man who sang Jungle Jungle Baat Chali Hai

There was another reason why I loved the series. To me, the stories felt like another chapter of the Panchatantra Tales , a centuries-old collection of stories of different animals.

You might think of them as the Aesop's Fables of India. Originally written in Sanskrit and Pali, the stories have been translated into English and a range of Indian languages and illustrated by many artists.

Each story has a moral — hard work, honesty, generosity. Some stories celebrate wit, humor and cooperation between different animals.

And many stories portray a top predator — a lion, tiger or jackal — as vicious, greedy or power hungry. Most stories find them defeated by a weaker animal like a rabbit or a wolf.

Sound familiar? The similarity between The Jungle Book and Panchatantra tales feels lilke more than a coincidence to me.

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I don't know if Kipling ever admitted to it, but having grown up in India, he must have heard these ancient stories. But the new movie isn't just a trigger for nostalgia. My friend Anannya Dasgupta in New Delhi said the movie made her think of "kinship and family" — and how a sense of belonging can go far beyond the traditional definition of kinship.

She was especially touched by the "bond that is asserted between human-child and a wolf and beyond that between a human, a black panther and a bear.

I lived in the United States between and I had wonderful friends here from different parts of this country and the world. And yet, I never quite felt as if I completely fit in. That was one of the reasons I moved back to India in , hoping to feel more at home. Now, I am back in the States, because my husband — a man with very different roots and upbringing than my own — is an American, but also because I missed my close American friends.

And my return to the U. In the movie, he forays into the "man-village," the place he and his biological family came from. But unlike Kipling's original story, where Mowgli settles among humans, the new movie has him return to the jungle, to his wolf family and his beloved friends, Bageera, the panther and Baloo, the sloth bear.

So what if he is so different from them, and they from him? The bond of shared experiences, love, and friendship transcends such differences.

It may sound cheesy but feels quite profound to me now. And how this song has stayed with them: Jungle Jungle baat chali hai pata chala hai..

Arre chaddi pehen ke phool khila hai phool khila hai It turned out to be a nostalgic moment for Amol Sahdev too, the little-known singer who crooned the original track, which was penned by Gulzar and composed by Vishal Bhardwaj.

ScoopWhoop caught up with Sahdev, who is now 33, works for Tata Communications in Delhi and is father of a toddler. Amol Sahdev with wife Ankita and son Abir And yes, Sahdev is a trained classical musician and continues to record and perform, though mostly for private gatherings.

SW: How did you get that chance? I come from a family of musicians, even though it was never accepted as a career choice.

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Vishal and Rekha Bhardwaj happen to be family friends. Once, Vishal Sir heard me sing, and decided to use my voice for the title track. Amol as a child SW: What's your memory of the recording?

Amol: I was the lead singer, accompanied by four singers of my age. We went to Beats Studio in Tardeo, and recorded the song in just a day. I remember how comfortable Vishal and Gulzar sir made us, by making us sit in their lap and playing with us. I was nervous and didn't understand the lyrics at all. But I remember how much I enjoyed that first experience in playback singing.

SW: How did it impact your life? Amol: If we had social media at that time, I would have been quite popular. But I remember how Doordarshan interviewed me for the show 'Subah Sawere' soon after the animation series launched.

Unfortunately, the interview is not available on the web, and I don't possess any recording of it. Not even a photo.It was also the one "bouncy" number in the Gilkyson score, so it made sense to keep it in.

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The song was so catchy that I would sing it often, sometimes with my brother as we played outside, climbing trees, pretending to be as agile as Mowgli, but failing horribly, feeling uncool. And yet, I never quite felt as if I completely fit in. And yet, I never quite felt as if I completely fit in. Amol: I was the lead singer, accompanied by four singers of my age.

Watch him perform here: SW: How did you like the song's new version?