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Kapil Sharma Dubbing For ‘Red’ In ‘The Angry Birds Movie 2’

Kapil SharmaThe King of comedy Kapil Sharma is very soon going to add a new feather to his crown. The comedy star is all set to make his dubbing debut in the Hindi version of the American animated film titled, ‘The Angry Birds Movie 2’

The ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ host has been picked to do the voice-over for the hot-headed bird ‘Red’ in the film. This movie will be releasing in India on August 23 and apart from English & Hindi, it is also going to be releasing in Tamil and Telugu.

This American animated film is based on a video game of the same name and is quite popular amongst the Indian audiences, too.

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh took over to his Twitter handle to announce this big news about the comedian’s upcoming venture and also posted a picture relating the same.

The Tweet read, “Kapil Sharma to do the voice over for #Red, the character, in the #Hindi version of the animated entertainer #TheAngryBirdsMovie2… 23 Aug 2019 release in #Hindi, #English, #Tamil and #Telugu. #AngryBirdsMovie2.”

With Shah Rukh Khan and his son Aryan Khan taking over the film fraternity by storming their beautiful dubbing of the legendary animated film, ‘The Lion King’, the comedian turned Bollywood actor holds pretty high expectations by lending his voice to the ‘Angry Birds’ sequel, based on the hit mobile game with the same name.

Kapil has been well famed for his quick-wit and persona, audiences are definitely eager to watch him justify this golden chance of voice over for his upcoming venture.

For the English version of the film, comedian and actor Jason Sudeikis has been picked to voice the same character. The first ‘Angry birds movie’ has grossed over 350 million USD worldwide and also turned to be the second-highest-grossing video game adaption of all time.

Preeti Singh
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