Kung Fu Yoga Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

Kung Fu Yoga is an action comedy film from 2017. The movie stars Jackie Chan and Aarif Rahman as a pair of archeologists who set out to discover a long lost Indian treasure. Sonu Sood plays a vicious mercenary who's hellbent on finding the treasure before Chan and Rahman can. Disha Patani plays Ashmita - an Indian professor who teams up with Chan and Rahman's characters early on. Stanley Tong wrote and directed this film while Nathan Wang composed the movie's score. Kung Fu Yoga was a huge hit in China, serving as the country's highest grossing comedy for most of 2017, until a film titled Never Say Die dethroned it.

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Kung Fu Yoga was created to appeal to audiences from China and India; the film features a slew of popular Chinese and Indian actors and actresses, was primarily shot in Dubai and Xi'an, and features a soundtrack that's inspired by Asian culture and folklore. The fact that Chinese, Indian, and Filipino film companies worked together to create Kung Fu Yoga only adds to the movie's international appeal. As a bonus, the characters in Kung Fu Yoga also speak in English, Mandarin, and Hindi to make the film more accessible to a broader audience. If you're a fan of Hong Kong Cinema and Bollywood Movies, then you should check out Kung Fu Yoga. Depending on how much you like the film, you could give your dog a Kung Fu Yoga Inspired name. We recommend naming your dog based on the traits that they might share with one of the film's characters and actors; if you've got a dog that likes to play rough and perform lots of stunts, you should consider naming them after "the Stuntmaster" Jackie Chan. If your dog is very vocal and has a penchant for howling along to particular songs, you should consider naming your dog after Aarif Rahman. We'll also list a bevy of names inspired by Hinduism and Yoga Culture down below to give you more options.

Male Kung Fu Yoga Inspired Dog Names

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Jackie
After the world famous Jackie Chan
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Datuk
A Malay honorific title
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Kong-sang
Jackie Chan's actual surname
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Fong
As in Fong Si-lung
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Yogi
One who practices Yoga
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Jones
Based on Jones Lee
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Lee
Rahman's middle name
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Aarif
After Aarif Rahman
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Chi-ting
Aarif Rahman's actual last name
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Stanley
After Stanley Tong
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Xi'an
The capital of China's Shaanxi Province
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Terracotta
After the Terracotta Warriors Museum
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Qin
Alluding to Qin Shi Huang
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Huang
Emperor Huang was China's first leader
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Snake
Referencing Snake in the Eagle's Shadow
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Rajasthan
The largest Indian state in the world
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Magadha
An ancient, lost Indian kingdom
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Tibet
A mountainous land in Inner Asia
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Shaanxi
A Chinese province known for its beautiful geography
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Rush
Alluding to Rush Hour
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Randall
The main antagonist of the film
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Randy
A shorter version of Randall
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Sonu
Sonu Sood played Randall
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Nandi
Sood holds at least one Nandi Award for Best Villain
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Knight
As in Shanghai Knights
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Shiva
The Destroyer in Hindu Lore
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Vishnu
The Preserver in Hindu Mythology
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Brahma
The Hindu Creator of the Universe
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Patanjali
The Father of Yoga
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Master
Based on the Drunken Master

Female Kung Fu Yoga Inspired Dog Names

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Ashmita
A Professor from the National Museum Institute
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Ash
A shorter version of Ashmita
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Disha
Disha Patani plays Ashmita
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Mouni
Ms. Patani's first major role
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India
After the world's 2nd most populated country
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Noumin
A supporting character from the film
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Miya
Miya Muqi plays Noumin
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Mia
Another way to spell Noumin
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Minnie
A nickname based on Noumin
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China
As in the People's Republic of China
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Kyra
One of Jack and Lee's friends
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Lyra
A name that's similar to Kyra
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Amyra
After Amyra Dastur
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Amy
A shorter version of Amyra
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Dowager
After Queen Dowager Zhao
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Cici
After Cici Chen
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Jili
Cici and Jili Chen are Co-producers of the film
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Maxine
Maxine De Vere is a Line Producer
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Max
A shorter version of Maxine
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Indus
The word that India is based on
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Star
Star Magic distributed the film
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Fairy
After the song Beautiful Fairy Tales
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Curry
Based on the song Curry Flavor
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Money
Inspired by the song Money Home
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Yogini
A female Yogi
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Shakthi
Shiva's wife and literal other half
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Nirvana
The Buddhist version of Heaven
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Saraswati
The Hindu Goddess of Music
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Devi
The Hindu word for Goddess
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Lakshmi
The Hindi Goddess of Wealth, Prosperity, and Fortune

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