Will Disney make an Indian movie?

This started the most iconic line of characters, the Disney princesses: role models that little girls all over the world have grown up admiring. … Disney has yet to release a princess from the subcontinent of India.

Are there any Indian Disney movies?

Films

Year Film Notes
2012 Luck Luck Ki Baat Television film Remake of 2001 Disney Channel original movie The Luck of the Irish
2014 Khoobsurat
2015 ABCD 2 Sequel to the 2013 film ABCD: Any Body Can Dance.
2016 Apna Bhai Gaju Bhai Animated TV movie based on Disney Channel’s animated TV series Gaju Bhai

Which Disney Princess is from India?

Aurora. Aurora is gentle and loving, and is raised by three fairies named Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather. She lives in the forest, where she meets the Prince, her one true love.

Is there any Indian princess?

The Disney character Pocahontas, eponymous star of the 1995 Disney film is the most famous modern representation of an Indian princess. She has been inducted to the ranks of the Disney Princess franchise.

Which Disney princess is most beautiful?

Aurora is by far the most beautiful princess of Disney. Her beautifulness is just stunning, her purple eyes look like amethysts and are unique among princesses, her long and winding hair remains a gold waterfall. Her facial features are perfect: marked cheekbones and a straight jaw.

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What ethnicity is Jasmine?

She is the sixth Disney Princess and the franchise’s first non-European member, as well as its first West Asian princess. Due to this, the character is credited with introducing racial diversity to Disney’s princess genre.

Jasmine (Aladdin)

Jasmine
Relatives Cassim (father-in-law) Sharma (cousin)
Nationality Agrabah

What is the next Disney princess?

Raya is officially Disney’s first Southeast Asian princess. She’s not the studio’s first Asian princess of course – that honour goes to Mulan – but this is still a big step forward for representation and a generation of Southeast Asian children will now have their very own animated princess to look up to and relate to.

Dreams of India