After Oscar win, The Elephant Whisperers' 'Raghu' becomes a 'celebrity', tourists from abroad flock to see 'Raghu'

Publish Date: 14 Mar, 2023 |

The Oscar-winning short documentary "The Elephant Whisperers" has gained popularity. After receiving praise for this movie on the bond between an elephant and its handler, Raghu the elephant is now garnering a lot of media attention. Several people travel to the Mudumalai camp to witness Raghu, an elephant who resides there. According to Karan, who photographed "The Elephant Whispers," he set up shop in the Nilgiri highlands' Mudumalai Tiger Reserve. He claims that Raghu and Ammu stole his camera since they were both so wicked.

Backup elephants were used in the shoot

Two elephants named Raghu and Ammu were used as backup during the shooting. where Raghu played the main part. In actuality, The Elephant Whispers is a true account of events. It is based on the narrative of a tribal couple, in reality. In the documentary "The Elephant Whispers," a couple takes care of an injured baby elephant that got lost from its herd. For the film's production, the assistance of an elephant by the name of Raghu was enlisted. This elephant can be found at the moment in the Theppakadu Elephant Camp.


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