It's pretty apparent to most people past puberty that Disney movies are inherently very, very creepy. With many based on pretty grim fairytales, the movies contain a lot of messed up scenes that you just don't notice when you're watching as a kid. One of the worst offenders is Aladdinwhich acts like it's a cute story of a street savvy kid and a sarcastic princess who find love but that is actually, when you look deeper, a very weird and uncomfortable movie.
Jafar sat on the diwan thinking about his victory a year earlier. He had been only the grand vizier then, now he was the supreme sultan of Agrabah. He had got the boon of becoming the greatest sorcerer on the earth from the Genie and had made Princess Jasmine, the beautiful daughter of the then sultan his slave.
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Summary: What if Genie had been able to grant the wish of making someone fall madly in love with you? My first shot at a Dark, NC fic. Had he gone utterly mad? What would ever make her fall in love with him?
Jasmine is the beautiful and headstrong former Princess of Agrabah, turned into the slave of Sultan Jafar. She is one of the many women in his harem, and the one Jafar fancies the most, since she is the only one of them who is of royal blood. Instead, she longed to marry someone out of love, which happened to be the street boy Aladdin she once came across.
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Jump to navigation. The studio behind the upcoming Aladdin remake directed by Guy Ritchie reportedly struggled to cast a Brown actor who can act, sing, and dance—after much Internet uproar, newcomer Mena Massoud and the light-skinned white and Indian actress Naomi Scott were cast as Aladdin and Jasmine. That elephant is the source material of Aladdin itself—a misogynist, xenophobic white fantasy.
Disclaimer: All characters belong to Disney. AN: I have changed the social standing of a few characters from their original ones. This story bears no similarity to the original Disney movie. This is a purely fictional work and must be treated as such.
I think Jasmine just used the situation to her advantage. She clearly didn't want to become Jafar's wife, but it's okay to use what's around you to fight back. Besides, everyone else seemed to think what Jasmine did was disgusting, and the display didn't even work as a distraction because Aladdin and everyone else stopped to gawk.