"The Lion King": Actors Dubbing The Live-Action Version In Hindu Have Been Revealed

Salena Harshini |Jun 21, 2019

"The Lion King" will be published simultaneously in four languages including English, Hindi, Telugu, and Tamil on June 19.

The Lion King was among the top grossers of Disney and has been in favor of every generation since its release in 1994. After years and years of re-watching yet still keep sobbing for and adoring the film, all fans now are more than happy to see the movie’s live-action redo on its way to hit big screens.


Disney has just announced the next actors who will lend their voices to other characters of The Lion King in this remake version: Sanjay Mishra as Pumbaa, Shreyas Talpade as Timon, Ashish Vidyarthi as Scar and Asrani as Zazu.

Prior to this, the cast chosen to do the dub Mufasa and Simba are Bollywood superstars Shah Rukh Khan along with his son Aryan.

Check out the latest announcement for further voicing cast:

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That the moviemakers have chosen a list of talented and veteran actors can quite set the audience’s mind at rest. Up until now, Ashish has gained massive experience through portraying flawless scoundrel role in both Bollywood and regional cinema.

Moreover, based on the original spinal plot, the Timon - Pumba duo are famous for their humorous yet witty knack. Therefore, it seems pertinent to have Sanjay and Shreyas to voice these roles as well.

Last but not least, there seems to be no righter decision than the seasoned Asrani being the clever bird Zazu.


Head - Studio Entertainment of Disney India, Bikram Duggal shared,

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The Lion King will be published simultaneously in 4 languages including English, Hindi, Telugu, and Tamil on June 19. The remake version is directed by John Favreau whose credited to the plenty of big hits like Iron Man, Chef, and The Jungle Book.


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