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Sahil Magoo, Hindustan Times
New Delhi, June 27, 2013
After successfully hosting international shows such as Ben 10 and Noddy in Toyland, the Capital is now set to revive the fond memories of  The Jungle Book.

Fever Entertainment, in association with Australia-based pen2stage productions, is presenting Jungle Book Jive, based on the popular children’s book by Rudyard Kipling. The show not only focuses on entertaining everyone, but also aims at educating young viewers.

“We have always believed in doing things differently, and Jungle Book Jive is a step in this direction. Jungle Book is hugely popular and is loved by people of all ages. In fact, it has been a part of growing up for the most of us. Today, India has limited options when it comes to family entertainment, and by bringing a concept like this, we are providing a platform where families can be a part of a world-class experience,” says Puja Sharma, Business Head, Fever Entertainment.

Characters such as Mowgli and his entire gang of friends will come alive in the act, highlighting important bonds like friendship, harmony and teamwork. The classical rivalry between Mowgli and Sher Khan also promises to be a treat to watch.

Starting August 7, the cast will perform 12 shows over the span of five days. A discount of up to 10% can be availed if the tickets are booked before June 30. They  can be booked online through  www.bookmyshow.com or www.mycity4kids.com.