Hanuman Da Damdaar trailer: Salman Khan's voice lends a Bollywood touch to this animated film
Hanuman Da Damdaar is an animated series on Lord Hanuman that will feature the voices of a slew of Hindi actors including Salman Khan.
The trailer of Hanuman Da Damdaar offers an animated version of Lord Hanuman's story in typical Bollywood style. Along with his voice, Salman Khan also brings his signature dialogue delivery style to the film as he dubs for the grown-up Hanuman's character. The trailer, though severely disjointed, adopts a modern lingo that may connect with the children of today who are avid viewers of animated television series like Chhota Bheem.
Actor Kunal Kemmu on Sunday unveiled the look of his animated character Indra in Ruchi Narain's Hanuman Da Damdaar.
Kunal tweeted on Sunday, "Joining the Sena Hanuman Da Damdaar this summer!" In the poster, his character sports the costume of the Hindu God with blue sky and clouds in the background.
Under R.A.T. film productions, the film written and directed by Narain will release on 19 May.
Apart from Kunal, the film's voice-over has been given by actors like Salman Khan, Raveena Tandon, Makarand Deshpande, Vinay Pathak and Chunky Pandey.
With inputs from IANS.
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