Frozen 2: Sunidhi Chauhan to voice a few songs in Hindi version of Disney's animated musical

Sunidhi Chauhan had earlier voiced the Hindi version of the popular track Let it Go for 2013 Frozen.

Press Trust of India November 19, 2019 18:21:06 IST
Frozen 2: Sunidhi Chauhan to voice a few songs in Hindi version of Disney's animated musical

Singer Sunidhi Chauhan has voiced songs for the Hindi version of the Disney animated film, Frozen 2Sunidhi had earlier voiced the Hindi version of the popular track Let it Go for 2013 Frozen.

Frozen 2 Sunidhi Chauhan to voice a few songs in Hindi version of Disneys animated musical

Sunidhi Chauhan. YouTube

"It feels great to be yet again, associating with Disney after The Lion King, now for their mega-franchise film Frozen 2. I had an absolutely amazing time voicing Let it Go in the first film. The mood, the feel, the charm of crooning a host of tracks for its sequel is indeed a challenging experience and I loved every bit of it," she said in a statement.

Kausar Munir has penned the tracks for the Hindi version of the sequel.

The original soundtrack is composed by Kristen Anderson-Lopez along with Robert Lopez.

Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Parineeti Chopra will be lending their voices to the two leads -- Elsa and Anna, respectively, in the Hindi dubbed animated take.

Frozen 2 is scheduled to release on November 22.

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