Here are 15 animated movie characters we all loved.
Rudyard Kipling’s extremely popular collection of stories about a little Indian kid named ‘Mowgli’ growing up in the Indian Jungle amongst animals.
With the first of the Disney princesses we would dream of, Snow White, this timeless masterpiece changed this tale of magic known as animation and its unlimited potential.
Disney’s 5th great series is an awe-inspiring promise of friendship, family, love, and death, told through the eyes of a fawn during the heart-breaking reality of World War II.
This 53rd Disney film marked the return of Classic Disney, which had ruled the animation world for decades.
Through this piece-produced movie, the story of an Arabic folklore fantasy has captivated the popularity and applause of the modern globe.
An unusual drama about a green monstrous-looking ogre who loves his swamp and despises the exiled fairy tale inhabitants, and how the plot shifts to a princess and her book of secrets.
Ratatouille is a well-crafted, deeply entrenched story that deconstructs established cultural assumptions and inspires the spirit of determination to achieve greatness despite all odds.
Every innovative occasion needs to be remembered; in 1995, Pixar Animation released the world’s first computer animated picture, ‘Toy Story’, for the first time.
While watching this stunning animated Academy Award winner from Pixar, indulge in a rollercoaster ride of deep human emotional bondage, promise, love, and adventure.
The lion cub ‘Simba’ is inspired by the greatest tragic hero of the literature world, ‘Hamlet’, and the boy has polished each part with such realism.
Toy Story is the only film featuring two characters on our list of the most popular animated movie characters.
This funny override of human belief and fortune favouring daring invites everyone to believe in their own ability to achieve success simply by being themselves.
Finding Nemo, a 2003 Pixar film, is a magnificent visual masterpiece that follows Marlin, an overprotective clownfish, in his search for his baby Nemo, who gets lost accidentally.
Despicable Me’s minions have gone on to gain a large fan base for their gibber jabber nonsense, high-pitched voices, strange expressions, and wacky exploits.
Wall-E is the most engaging picture, challenging the core of each individual’s moral obligation to our world.