I've already made an مضمون like this for my سب, سب سے اوپر 7 (link
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), and thought it was about time to make one for my eighth, Jasmine. Despite Jasmine's "low" place, I really, really love her! If آپ don't include Anna and Elsa on my list, she's actually sixth. I've really been warming up to جیسمین, یاسمین lately, moving her slowly out of my bottom 5 and there's a possibility that she could اقدام up even higher. This will be a scene-by-scene review, so it may get quite long. So let's get started with the article!
We're introduced to جیسمین, یاسمین with a bit of a bang. I love how she stands her ground against her father and stands up for what she believes in. She's in no way passive and if she believes there's a problem she wants to fix it. I find this very admirable, as I'm quite passive myself (more so in real life than on here), and I love how she's not just going to get married because the law says so. Some find her spoiled یا bratty because of this, but marriage is no small thing, and I think جیسمین, یاسمین is completely justified to have the feelings she's feeling. آپ can also tell from this first scene that جیسمین, یاسمین is a free spirit. She just wants freedom and equality, which reminds me subtly similar to Pocahontas (who's in my سب, سب سے اوپر 3). All in all, Jasmine's first scene captivates me immediately and her presence really stands out.
The اگلے scene we see of Jasmine, the marketplace scene, is my پسندیدہ scene for جیسمین, یاسمین as a character. The scene as a whole hints towards many of Jasmine's less appreciated personality traits. She's actually quite kind, which is shown سے طرف کی her giving the سیب, ایپل to the little boy. Also, she's a quick thinker. She plays the part of a crazy woman masterfully and she quickly learns how to jump from buildings. I love how she doesn't look down on the townspeople. She doesn't think of herself as "better" than them. She actually gets to know Aladdin and actually opens up to him. I love the scene where جیسمین, یاسمین is talking about the castle. It, again, leads to the fact that she really doesn't care about the materialistic stuff of being a princess. I really think people should give جیسمین, یاسمین مزید credit for her kindness and wit.
The اگلے scene, we get the news that Aladdin is "dead". I love how جیسمین, یاسمین is already so invested in a "street rat" affirming that she really could care less about social status. I love how جیسمین, یاسمین says the words, "It's all my fault Rajah" as it shows that she's not afraid to admit her faults and take responsibility for her mistakes. Princesses like Merida always get praised for that, but جیسمین, یاسمین (and Pocahontas I might add, but that's off topic) immediately take responsibility for their mistakes.
"I am not a prize to be won!" Ahh, Jasmine's famous words, and how true they are. She again stands up for herself and won't take any of the crap their trying to force on her. I love how sarcastic she is when she first talks to "Prince Ali". Sarcasm is one of my پسندیدہ qualities and it's one I admire in Jasmine. Only after "Prince Ali" opens up to her does she give him a chance, which again affirms the point that she doesn't care one bit about looks یا social status, just who the person is on the inside. Jasmine's intelligence is again displayed in her saying, "It's a shame Abu had to miss this," which was a really smart way to go about the situation in my opinion.
I love towards the end, جیسمین, یاسمین tries to help the situation, but ends up failing. I've always loved characters that can't do it all (which is probably why جیسمین, یاسمین is a spot higher than Mulan on my list) and I think this makes جیسمین, یاسمین مزید relatable and less of a super-character. She's even willing to kiss Jafar to help the people she loves, which shows how she puts others above herself. Again, she's an amazing actress. Which I find entertaining and admirable. She's also excepting of other's flaws. She realizes why Aladdin lied and accepts him for it. جیسمین, یاسمین is accepting, smart, yet can't do it all.
To conclude, جیسمین, یاسمین is wonderful. She's free-spirited, kinder than دیا credit for, uncaring of social status, realistically flawed, quick-witted, and all and all just a well rounded character. She can be a bit rash and emotional, but her flaws add to her character and just make her really fun to watch. Jasmine's definitely an amazing character and I'm glad I'm finally learning this. Thanks for reading everyone :)