[17] Describing Salonga as "an incredible singer," Larkin herself was pleasantly surprised by how much Salonga's voice resembled her own when she first heard "A Whole New World," joking, "the filmmakers almost had me convinced that I sang it. [84], Jasmine appears in several video game adaptations of the Aladdin film series,[86] specifically Disney's Aladdin in Nasira's Revenge (2001),[79] in which Jafar's twin sister Nasira plots to avenge her brother's death by capturing Jasmine and the Sultan. [12] However, the more intimate love scenes between the two leads forced Henn to frequently communicate with Aladdin's lead animator Glen Keane through phone and fax, and the animators also sent designs and discs to each other. Afterward, Aladdin invites Jasmine to come with him to track down and vanquish Jafar, but she declines, needing to stay behind and get Agrabah back up on its feet. While Jasmine defends Rajah, claiming that the tiger just wanted to play, she inadvertently reveals her low opinion of the prince. "The Savior" The Jungle Book: Mowgli • Kaa • Baloo • Akela • Shere Khan • Colonel Hathi • King Louie • Bandar-Log Monkey [104] The costume consists of long sleeves, new shoes, full-length top concealing her midriff, high neckline,[54] and a modified hairstyle while retaining the original turquoise-blue color from the films. [130] Sonia Saraiya of Nerve ranked Jasmine fifth in her article "Ranked: Disney Princesses From Least To Most Feminist." [58] Although Jasmine yearns to explore her kingdom beyond the confines of her palace, she only gets as far as the marketplace before returning home. Relevant Pages DuckTales: Scrooge McDuck • Donald Duck (Classic) • Huey, Dewey, and Louie • Webbigail Vanderquack • Mrs. Beakley • Beagle Boys (Big Time, Burger, and Bouncer) • Gyro • Darkwing Duck • Falcon Graves • Pixiu Chinese Dragon • Peghook's Ghost • Launchpad McQuack • Hack and Slash Smashnikov • Gizmoduck • Magica's Shadow • Ma Beagle • Flintheart Glomgold • Pharaoh Toth-Ra • Headless Man-Horse, Inside Out: Joy • Sadness • Anger • Disgust • Fear • Bing Bong • Frank and Dave • Forgetters • Jangles • Rainbow Unicorn Season Seven: Rapunzel Tremaine/Victoria Belfrey • Cinderella/Jacinda Vidrio • Tiana/Sabine • Alice/Tilly • Drizella/Ivy Belfrey • Anastasia • Gothel/Eloise Gardener • Eudora • Dr. Facilier/Mr. [94] In 2015, Disney Interactive released figurines of both Jasmine and Aladdin for Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes (2014). "[129] Ranking Jasmine second on a list analyzing "Which Disney Princess Most Embodies Feminist Principles," author Shannon Larson of The Huffington Post appreciated the character for rejecting the idea of marriage being necessary, asserting her right to marry whomever and owning her sexuality, but criticized the fact that she does not complete her attempt to escape royal oppression. If you like TVLine, you'll LOVE our weekly newsletter. His film credits include 'The Water Diviner' directed by Russell Crowe along with 'I, Frankenstein' opposite Aaron Eckhart. Not If You Consider These Feminist Moments", "The Truth About Feminism and Disney Princesses", "A Feminist Ranking Of All The Disney Princesses, Because Not Every Princess Was Down For Waiting For Anyone To Rescue Her", "A Magic-carpet Ride Disney Allows Fable To Soar", "Disney Movies Study Finds Men Speak More Than Women in 'Little Mermaid', Other Classics", "The Princess Pretense: The Characterization of Jasmine in 'Aladdin, "The Definitive Ranking Of Disney Princesses, From Distressed Damsels To Most Kickass", "Wreck-It Ralph 2 Is Bringing The Original Disney Princesses Back", "Disney's Live-Action Aladdin Cast Revealed! "[56] Samantha Rullo of Bustle agreed that, despite her secondary role, Jasmine remains "determined to live her life the way she wants to, rather than letting others make her decisions for her," and thus ranks among Disney's most rebellious princesses. Birthplace: Prince Aladdin, also known as the Diamond in the Rough, formerly known as the Savior and briefly as the Genie of Agrabah, is a character on ABC's Once Upon a Time. The first, The Return of Jafar (1994), features Jasmine as she begins to question her trust in Aladdin after he defends Jafar's former pet parrot, Iago, who escapes Jafar's lamp and rescues Aladdin from bandits, hoping to make amends with the royal family.