Why Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book Rated U/A Certification by Pahlaj Nihalani?
Amid Criticism From several Politico and Journo Morons, Pahlaj Nihalani for the first time has received praises from Intellectuals for Rating Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book with U/A Certification.
So what, if Baby Pappu of Congress doesn’t Find the Movie scary
#JungleBook is scary, says Pahlaj Nihalani. I can visualise Sher Khan laughing uncontrollably.
— Sanjay Jha (@JhaSanjay) April 8, 2016
It is been said in Media circles that this time Pahlaj Nihalani is right as heavy visual with astounding 3D effects has made movie so real, that the threats usually found in a Forest will be real, so super scary for its potential watchers ‘KIDS’. He is right in awarding U/A, as children should be assisted with their guardian, who knows what can happen How the Little Mind responds to extremely Loud Visual effect, One must care of their children and we need no suggestion in this regard from Moron Politician or Media Psychos.
#JungleBook releases today, but kids cannot watch the film alone, certified as U/A. https://t.co/5iKsmnTJE1
— NewsX (@NewsX) April 8, 2016
Outstanding review by @plebian42 of Jon Favreau’s Jungle Book. PS: And for once, @NihalaniPahlaj was right! https://t.co/FENXY8RrQx
— Siddharth (@svaradarajan) April 8, 2016
The scary thing about The Jungle Book? Not jaws, paws and claws but Kipling’s imperialism, says @somakghoshal: https://t.co/WJsLKnyXst
— Nilanjana Roy (@nilanjanaroy) April 8, 2016
So, ‘Jungle Book’ is PG (Parental Guidance) in the U.S. too. Oh well. pic.twitter.com/gqliFD1xyN
— Shiv Aroor (@ShivAroor) April 6, 2016