Turning Red brings the beatboxing culture as a new cool with a twist

A girl Mei Mei is a teenager who with her girl gang loves to do beatbox and is a straight-A student and has the perfect life of a teenager. But her life changes when she turns into a red panda; her friend loves her as the new Mei Lee but she is facing difficulty with it and finds comfort with the new self. Her emotions make her a panda and she should learn to control it not to reveal her animal self in front of the world. If one sees carefully this movie promotes multi-culturalism as a Sikhs person is seen in the teaser as the school guard. Pop culture is really on everyone’s tips whether GenZ or Millennials. Mei Lee comes to know that her family is related to the red panda worshipping.

Turning Red is set to be released in March’22, and it’s a coming-of-age story featuring a 13-year-old girl, Mei, set in the early 2000s.  The director said that a character like Mei depicts the time of the early 2000s to be obsessed with pop culture and age to rebel parents. Boy bands were the first step into the world of boys for a lot of girls at that age.

Pixar has released the full trailer for Turning Red, which will be a different kind of coming-of-age story. Turning Red shows a young girl named Mei, who is a hyper and excited girl who is looking forward to the next year of middle school All of her friends and family can see her, and she begins to cause a mess as she gets used to her new transformation. Mei does come to appreciate her new abilities, however, this could lead to trouble as one scene shows her getting so angry in her red panda form that she almost decapitates another classmate with a dodgeball.