Promo Poster and Synopsis for Animated Film DELHI SAFARI

     November 12, 2010

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While he was busy snapping photos at AFM (American Film Market), Steve grabbed some shots of the promo posters and synopsis for the animated film Delhi Safari.  The movie centers on a group of animals in a national park in Bombay trying to figure out a way to stop humans from building an apartment complex on their land.

Hit the jump to check out the promo posters and the synopsis for Delhi Safari.

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Here’s the synopsis for Delhi Safari:

The animals of the national park in Bombay welcome a bright sunny morning, birds singing, animals running, Sultan the leopard and his young cub Yuvi, playing by the lakeside.  The jungle has an air of joy and peace.  Until, a distant thunder breaks the silence and a closer look reveals the jungle being raided by man and machine, destroying everything in its path.  Sultan tries to fight a futile battle and ends up losing his life.  A sign announcing a proposed apartment complex is hammered into the ground where Sultan has fallen.

That night, a group of frightened animals gather to discuss their fate.  Yuvi, Sultan’s cub, tries to reason with the elders, urging them not to give up their homes.  Asking them to do what his father would have wanted.  The hot headed military monkey, Bajrangi, wants to declare a full scale war, but the anger management Guru, Bagga the bear, has a more civilized suggestions.  He believes that all problems could be sorted out through peaceful discussions.  Saying the best way to get back their homes is to have a dialogue with the humans and win their hearts.  The only problem being that animals can’t speak to humans.  Then, Air India, a pigeon with short term memory loss, remembers meeting a parrot who spoke human.

With hope in their hearts, Yuvi, Bajrangi, and Bagga set out and ultimately find Alex, the talking parrot, in his luxurious golden cage.  However, their hope turns to despair as Alex is not interested in helping the barbaric animals with their cause, since this would mean leaving his life of luxury.  Also Alex is sure that such issues would need to be addressed in the parliament at Delhi.

The motley crew manage to coerce Alex to join them and they begin their journey across the mountains and rivers of India, hitching rides in trains and trucks, to take their petition to the leader of the humans in Delhi.  Along the way they discover that not only are their homes in jeopardy, but the homes and lives of thousands of other animals on the way.  Their exciting journey becomes one where enemies become friends and an unlikely family comes together to fight for what rightfully belongs to them – A HOME.

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