Jungle Cry Movie Review: It was a proud moment for the entire nation when the tribal children of Odisha won the Rugby Championship with the help of Paul, a local mentor and aspiring butter-ball coach. It sounds unimaginable, but it is a true story. ‘Jungle Cry’ is based on the yet-told story about two coaches and 12 boys. He had no idea about rugby. Nevertheless, in the 2007 Under-14 Rugby World Cup, they win the 2007 Under-14 Rugby World Cup by defeating the greatest team in the world.
Director Sagar Ballari‘s film is of sports biopic genre. It has been presented with patriotism, and has made a film which is very good in terms of content. At the same time, Abhay Deol is also making a comeback through the film.
Jungle Cry Movie Review: This is an incredible and inspiring true story of twelve tribal children.They had nothing to do with shoes, food, shelter, protection. He is nominated by Rudra (Abhay Deol) to a local football training program, but Wales rugby coach Paul wanted to coach him for the World Rugby Championship.
After some deliberation, Rudra and Paul align their goals, but these underprivileged boys are still without shoes, equipment, and have no idea about rugby. Two coaches, with great determination and hard work, coach the children in just four months, and they become champions of the Under-14 Rugby World Cup 2007 in Wales.
During their visit to Wales, the entire team is introduced to Team Physiotherapist Roshni Thakkar. The role is played by Emily Shah, an Indian American actress and producer of Dharma Dry Gin.
The film is not just about Dalits. It is a reassuring statement of the fact that sports can help a child to overcome all obstacles and make a mark in life. The director did not waste time on patriotic speeches or sentimental shows, kept the story simple.
It is a well balanced, well crafted and layered emotional sports drama film with a happy ending.