‘The Donkey King’ animated political comedy film released in China

Popular animated comedy Pakistani film 'The Donkey King' has been released in China, the world's most populous country and the world's most cinematic country.

‘The Donkey King’ animated political comedy film released in China

The Donkey King becomes best-performing Pak film with record box office in China

'The Donkey King' was first released in Pakistan in October 2018, which was well received by the audience.

Apart from Pakistan and China The Donkey King has been released in almost a dozen countries around the world, including the United States and the United Kingdom.

The film, made under the banner of Talsman and Geo Films, was released in China on November 19 and according to initial reports, 'The Donkey King' is being liked.

According to the English newspaper The News, The Donkey King was initially released in 50 cinemas, where 5,000 shows were shown on the first day.

The story of the film is being well received by the Chinese audience and the film team hopes that 'The Donkey King' will set new earnings records there.

Geo film 'The Donkey King' to released in China (Geo News - Youtube)

'The Donkey King' has already become the highest grossing Pakistani animated film in more than 10 countries including European countries Spain, South Korea, Russia, Greece, Turkey, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Taiwan.

"The Donkey King" has also been dubbed into English and is available on Amazon Prime for viewers in the US and UK.


The story of Donkey King is based on an animal kingdom called Azad Nagar, whose king, the lion, retires and decides to hand over his kingdom to a new king.

The story of the film becomes interesting when a donkey is nominated as the king of the kingdom.

The donkey is suggested by a clever fox for this position, but the donkey is not ready to become the new king of the kingdom.

The donkey is ready to become a king only after being explained by a clever fox, but the story revolves around his choice and during this many interesting incidents come to light.

Many actors have dubbed their voices on animal characters in this film.

Jaan Rambo (Afzal Khan) on the donkey's voice is the voice of Hina Dilpzir on the cunning fox, while other actors including Javed Sheikh, Faisal Qureshi and Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din have voiced on the voices of other characters.