Yuvraj the leopard cub has already lost his father. He doesn't want to lose his home as well. So what does he do? He rounds up a motley gang including his little self, his mother, a brash monkey, a garrulous bear and a talking parrot with an appreciation for the finer things in life, to go to Delhi and have their voices heard by none other than the Prime Minister himself!
DELHI SAFARI (3D) REVIEW
When a student who's been constantly performing badly suddenly goes a step above average, it's a rather pleasant surprise. More importantly, it's a moment of triumph for the kid, for its teachers, and for its family. And that is what Delhi Safari is for the Indian movie industry.
The rather run-of-the mill story tries to cash in on the popular "Save The Planet" ethos du jour amongst the multiplex youngsters. So you have Yuvraj, the leopard cub (Swini Khara), living blissfully in the forest with his mother the Queen (Urmila Matondkar), and father the Sultan (Suneil Shetty). ....