Shah Ruk Khan Dubbed Twice For “The Lion King” Movie : Reason Revealed


The King of Bollywood, the heart of all ladies is all set up with his son for the launch of the fabled movie which is treasured by children, youths and old people, Disney’s: “The Lion King”. The movie enthusiasts are having insomnious nights from the day they got to know about that this dimple guy is shortly going to proffer his son, Aryan Khan as the voice of Simba and it is impossible to recognize the difference between the voice of Shah Ruk and Aryan Khan.

The Hollywood cinema is having vocals of various Hollywood celebs such as James Earl Jones as Mufasa, Donald Glover as Simba, Chiwetel Ejiofor as Scar and more extra are beyond.

When interviewed SRK, he said, “After we completed the recording for a particular scene, we were listening to it and that was the time when experts present at the dubbing theatre told us to record the entire scene again because I and Aryan were sounding too much similar”. He also added, “This experience with Aryan is very close to my heart as I got quite a quantity of time to spend with my son”.

The Lion King movie is directed by Jon Favreau in which the survival of animals living in the African savanna is shown. Mufasa is a lion who is blessed by a cute son who supposes to be the next emperor of the wilderness but life takes a huge turn when Scar, Mufasa’s brother plays his cards! Later, Simba comes to know about all the plans and takes back his kingdom.

Well, we all are great full to Disney for ultimately babble the teaser because till the time, they were making us impatient by showing us the posters and keeping quite!

 

 


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