World Elephant Day: Let’s go ‘Junglee’ with Vidyut Jammwal and the elephants


Vidyut Jammwal is all set to star in American filmmaker Chuck Russell’s action-adventure thriller ‘Junglee’. The film based on elephant poaching and ivory smuggling has been locked for a release on 5th April 2019.

On the World Elephant Day, the makers decided to released a short video and a few stills of Vidyut and the elephants and we must say after seeing them we can’t wait to watch the movie.

While sharing the video and stills, the production house wrote, ” To all around the world, it’s our duty to care, conserve and protect their lives and habitat #WorldElephantDay @VidyutJammwal @JungleePictures #ChuckRussell #Junglee”

Check out the stills here:

The Elephant population is nearing a critical point across the world, poaching and habitat destruction need to stop now. On #WorldElephantDay we wish for a better tomorrow for our oldest companions. #Junglee @VidyutJammwal @JungleePictures #ChuckRussell”

Take a look at the video here:

‘Junglee’ is an action thriller about an unique relationship between man and elephants and in the film, Vidyut essays the role of a vet, who, on his homecoming to his elephant reserve, encounters and fights an international poachers racket. The actor was last seen in films like ‘Commando 2’ and ‘Baadshaho’.

What do you think about the stills? Let us know in the comment section below!

Also Read: Vidyut Jammwal’s ‘Junglee’ gets a new release date!