When street rat Aladdin frees a genie from a lamp, he finds his wishes granted. However, he soon finds that evil has other plans for the lamp—and for Princess Jasmine. But can Aladdin save Princess Jasmine and her love for him after she sees that he isn’t quite what he appears to be?
- Aladdin: A street urchin with a heart of gold, he enjoys the freedom in his life but desires a way out of poverty. After rescuing the Princess Jasmine, Aladdin is subsequently imprisoned, and used to retrieve a magic lamp, which he uses to become a prince himself.
- Princess Jasmine: The rebellious Princess of Agrabah, she flees from the royal palace and her father, the Sultan, due to her obligation to marry a prince. She first meets Aladdin on the streets of Agrabah, and later under his guise as a prince.
- Genie: A supernatural genie imprisoned in a magic lamp, Genie grants three wishes to those he serves. His greatest desire is freedom from his service.
- Jafar: The Royal Advisor of Agrabah, and the antagonist of the film. Jafar sends Aladdin to retrieve the magic lamp in the hopes of using its power for his own nefarious purposes, but his plans are derailed when Aladdin uses the lamp himself.
- The Sultan: Princess Jasmine’s father, the bumbling but kind-hearted ruler of Agrabah.