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The film was created with the utmost care for children in Pakistan and those with a youthful heart. It has proven to be a really engaging film for individuals of all ages. Previously, it was assumed that animated films were solely made for children, but The Donkey King has demolished this notion.
Geo Films’ first and largest animated film proved to be a box office hit from the first day of its release, breaking all records of success and revenue. That is why it has been dubbed the “King of Animated Films” in Pakistan.
Box office records: The film’s most recent box office record was Rs210 million in just seven weeks. Every single day brings a new record. Here’s a rundown of the records. Also, you will find out which Donkey Kong character are you in this quiz.
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- The Donkey King is the most successful picture, earning Rs12 million in its sixth week of release.
- This is Pakistan’s only film that earns more than Rs10 million per week.
- It earned more than Rs5 million every Sunday for six weeks in a row.
- It broke the record for doing the most business in the fifth week of its release, even when compared to all Hollywood, Bollywood, and Lollywood films combined.
- The Donkey King is the second most successful film, grossing the most money despite the absence of any Eid or other holidays.
- The company’s video earned 5 million views on YouTube in the shortest amount of time, a record for any Pak film trailer.
- To date, 5.1 million people have viewed the trailer.
- The film’s title song has proven to be the most popular song in the Pakistani film industry, with 10 million views on its initial release.
- The song has been viewed 10.3 million times in just 53 days, making it the most popular music of the year.
- It is The Donkey King’s distinct credit that its popularity has grown every week since its premiere.
Now, let’s talk about the movie. The Donkey King is centered on an overly enthusiastic, bumpkin donkey named Mangu (John Rambo). His father (Javed Sheikh) has passed away, yet he communicates with his son through a framed picture in order to make sense in his mind. Mangu works as a dhobi (clothes-washer).
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The action takes place in Azad Nagar, a region ruled by a lion (Ghulam Mohiuddin) who has an effeminate, self-indulgent kid who is concerned with his social media presence. The king has an adviser, a fox named Fitna Begum (Hina Dilpazeer), who tries to double-cross the king when the animals of the jungle don’t agree with his plan to place his son on the throne. She tells him to bring democracy to the country and select a numbskull ruler who will eventually put the king’s son back in charge. Everything is a ruse.
If this isn’t political, what is it? However, Jindani maintains the film’s tone as if it were a social saga rather than a political one. The secret is in the writing. Jindani employs not only most Urdu proverbs and idioms concerning a gadha (donkey), but also references from the subcontinent’s television and film industries.
The voiceovers are spotless, and the dubbing leaves little to be desired.
That being said, it would be a grave injustice not to acknowledge the animators’ efforts. And it wouldn’t be inaccurate to say that, in comparison to other animated films produced in Pakistan thus far, The Donkey King stands head and shoulders above the rest. It is not without flaws. It’s easy to nitpick, but there’s no need.
If one is allowed to be philosophical about the whole thing, the plot has an Orwellian feel to it. No, I don’t mean a lot of Animal Farm. Just a little.