Princess Mononoke (1997) is Available in Hindi Dubbed

 "Princess Mononoke" is a 1997 Japanese animated fantasy film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki and produced by Studio Ghibli. 

The film is set in the late Muromachi period of Japan and features a blend of historical elements and fantastical creatures. It follows the story of Ashitaka, a young Emishi prince who becomes involved in a struggle between the gods of a forest and the humans who consume its resources. The film is known for its intricate animation, complex characters, and themes of environmentalism and coexistence.

The plot begins with Ashitaka defending his village from a boar demon, which curses him with a deadly mark. Seeking a cure, Ashitaka travels west and discovers the conflict between the forest gods, led by the wolf goddess Moro and her human companion San (Princess Mononoke), and the humans of Iron Town, led by the ambitious Lady Eboshi. Ashitaka strives to find a balance between the two sides, advocating for harmony and understanding while battling the curse that threatens his life.

"Princess Mononoke" was a major commercial and critical success, becoming the highest-grossing film in Japan of 1997 until it was surpassed by "Titanic." It was praised for its lush animation, complex narrative, and the way it handled mature themes such as industrialization, environmental destruction, and the clash between progress and nature. The film's rich storytelling and visual splendor contributed to its international acclaim, solidifying Miyazaki's reputation as one of the leading figures in animation.

The film's impact extends beyond its immediate success. It has been influential in both animation and environmental discourse, inspiring discussions on the relationship between humans and nature. "Princess Mononoke" has been celebrated for its moral ambiguity, as it does not present clear-cut villains or heroes but rather portrays the multifaceted nature of conflict and coexistence. Its legacy continues to endure as a seminal work in the animation genre and a poignant commentary on the ongoing environmental challenges facing the world.