REDEFINING BEAUTY IN ANIMATION FILMS; A STUDY ON POCAHONTAS, MULAN AND BRAVE
REVITHA P.G, KAVYA PURUSHOTHAMAN
Animation films are a productive genre that concerns innovations and interpretations inside it. It had been with the recent social experiments that the efficiency of animation movies to influence all audience alike was known. Animation films weren't destroyed the values and belief systems that society had dominated over of these years. Disney Animation and their films are a large part of the diversion in America. Disney has been around for over seventy years, and through that time they create changes in line with the cultural changes.The paper will be dealing with the movies Pocahontas (1995), Mulan (1998) and Brave(2012).Earlier days, the depiction of feminine protagonist in Disney princess classics were pretty whitish. Currently the ideas of beauty are redefined that the sweetness exists with bravery and individuality. The movies Pocahontas, Mulan and Brave offer a different approach of admiring the concept of beauty through the braveness and strength of exploration of Mulan and Merida and through the never ending self-confidence and individuality of Pocahontas.