Wednesday, December 27, 2017 15:46 IST
Here's some good news for all you movie buffs and Jumanji fans in Mumbai. The D.N. Nagar metro station has been specially converted into the fictional world of Jumanji where one can get the feeling of being in the actual game!!
This rare innovation was initiated by Sony Pictures Entertainment India to engage the movie lovers and Mumbai's commuters, adding some much-needed fun to the travels!
We all know that 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' posits a video game that actually pulls players into the Jumanji world. So just like the film, Sony wanted the daily commuters to feel like they have entered the world of Jumanji, and experience a gist of what they can see when the film hits theaters soon!
Running parallel to the idea of stampeding animals, dangling vines and a breathless sense of adventure in the movie, the busy metro station has been recreated in the same manner. That was one of the main reasons why Sony shortlisted this particular metro station for the theme.
The installation will be there at the station till 2nd January.
So all you Jumanji fans, head to the DN Nagar metro station to experience the world of Jumanji!
Sony Pictures Entertainment India's 'Jumanji: Welcome to The Jungle' is all set to release on 29th December 2017.
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