Jayantilal Gada's upcoming ambitious animated film 'Mahabharat' will have the eminent Bollywood celebs lending their voices. With the most prominent actors voicing their respective iconic roles, here comes Anil Kapoor and Manoj Bajpai to join the 'Mahabharat' team.
Anil has dubbed for the mighty warrior, Karna's character, while, Manoj lent his voice to the role of righteous king, Yudhisthira. The actors recently completed their work in Future Works Studio at Andheri.
Confirming the news, producer Jayantilal said that the two actors readily agreed to lend their voice to the important characters of the film. They both showed remarkable professionalism and despite of their busy schedules, they punctually turned up for dubbing.
The animated version of 'Mahabharat' has brought together some of the exclusive names under one film, which would otherwise be impossible. It has clubbed Amitabh Bachchan as Bheeshma Pitamah, Vidya Balan as Draupati, Sunny Deol as Bheem and Ajay Devgn as Arjuna.
Gada has planned to screen the epic this year during Diwali, which might led it to compete with Hrithik Roshan's 'Krrish 3'. But the producer has got the way out of it, as by maintaining 'Mahabharat' festive release, thereby even avoiding the clashes it would be released either before or after the Hrithik's film.
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