Neil Gaiman joins Sharad Devarajan’s Graphic India for animation film on ‘Cinnamon’


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Recently, Neil Gaiman, an English author and NYT best-selling author announced that his widely-loved short story “Cinnamon” has been turned into an animated film.

The upcoming English-language movie, which delves into the magical world of an Indian Princess and a talking tiger, is a collaboration between Gaiman and Sharad Devarajan of Graphic India—a company known for its expertise in original Indian-themed character entertainment.

Gaiman, celebrated for works like “Coraline,” “The Sandman,” “American Gods,” and “Good Omens,” expressed his enthusiasm for collaborating with Sharad Devarajan and his team on “Cinnamon.” Together, they aim to transport audiences to a world of magic, wonder, and eternal truths. The transformative power of compassion and the resilience of the human spirit lies at the heart of this captivating journey.

The screenplay adaptation for the animated movie involves not only Gaiman but also Sarena Khan and Sujatha SV. The film is directed by acclaimed Indian animator, Jeevan J Kang.

This enchanting tale portrays the transformative journey of, Cinnamon, a young princess born with pearl eyes that render her blind to the physical world. Her destiny takes a profound turn when a mysterious talking tiger appears, offering to guide her through the wonders and trials of the wild.

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