Ranjan sees Shanti like she's his responsible sister.

Place of Origin:The Jungle Book 2
Weapon: Stick
Death: Unknown
Appears in: The Jungle Book 2

Ranjan is a little boy who is the secondary tritagonist of The Jungle Book 2. He was voiced by Connor Funk.


Ranjan is about four years old. He is small and a little chubby. His hair is short and black and his eyes are brown in color. The only piece of clothing he wears is a blue loincloth.

Appearances in the movieEdit

  1. The Jungle Book 2 makes the only appearance of Ranjan.

Personality Edit

Ranjan is playful, friendly, funny, mischeivous, clever, and sometimes a little foolish and dim-witted.

Role in the filmEdit

Ranjan looks up to Mowgli as an older brother (not just as an adopted brother) in the film. He is the son of the village Chief and Messua . Ranjan is the "little tyke" of the cast, because he is influenced by Mowgli's stories to be a wild, fun loving child. But he can, in fact, be serious when he has to. For example, when Shanti was hypnotized by Kaa, Ranjan ramptly beats him with a stick, saving Shanti's life. Ranjan sees Shanti as a responsible sister, giving him a reason to allow her to hold his hand, feed him, burp him like an infant, or change his pants. Although when he sees a sign that Mowgli was near, Ranjan darts off without a care in the world. At the end of the film, he's opening the Untamed Jungle party by popping out of the pot. He is seen playing with Bagheera 's tail.


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