Edited By: Pragati Bhandari

Mowgli, a young boy, is found abandoned in the jungle by Bagheera, a black panther. Bagheera takes the child to a wolf pack, led by Akela, who agrees to raise him as their own.

Mowgli grows up in the jungle, learning the ways of the animals from his wolf family and his mentor, Bagheera. He becomes friends with Baloo, a fun-loving bear, who teaches him the "Bare Necessities" of life.

Shere Khan, a fearsome Bengal tiger, learns about Mowgli's presence in the jungle and sees him as a threat. He has a deep hatred for humans and vows to kill the boy.

Mowgli's journey in the jungle includes encounters with various animal characters, such as Kaa, a hypnotic python, and King Louie, a charismatic but manipulative orangutan who desires the power of fire.

Bagheera and Baloo become concerned for Mowgli's safety, realizing that Shere Khan's threat is imminent. They decide that the best course of action is for Mowgli to leave the jungle and return to the human village.

Mowgli is reluctant to leave his jungle home but agrees to follow Bagheera and Baloo's advice. Along the way, they face challenges, including a dramatic encounter with King Louie in his ancient temple.

When Shere Khan learns of Mowgli's departure, he becomes furious and pursues the boy. A final confrontation takes place between Mowgli, his animal allies, and Shere Khan.

Mowgli uses his wit and resourcefulness to outsmart Shere Khan, ultimately defeating him with the help of the jungle creatures. He realizes his true potential and gains the respect of the animals.

Mowgli decides to return  to the human village, where he belongs. He bids farewell to his animal friends,  who acknowledge his bravery and growth.

Mowgli reunites with his fellow humans and is welcomed back into their community. He has a new appreciation for the jungle and the lessons he learned there.