EXCLUSIVE: Meet the voice of Rajinikanth, Brad Pitt, Ryan Reynolds, Ram Charan and Vishal films in Hindi

Have you ever wondered who is the voice of these actors in Hindi? Yes, we are all aware of Sharad Kelkar coming on board, Bahubali for Prabhas, but what about the rest? Find out
EXCLUSIVE: Meet the voice of Rajinikanth, Brad Pitt, Ryan Reynolds, Ram Charan and Vishal in Hindi
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The South Indian films dubbed in Hindi have taken over the television Network topping the BARC ratings on a week on week basis. The films have got traction not just on the television, but also, the digital world. But have you ever wondered who is the voice of these actors in Hindi? Yes, we are all aware of Sharad Kelkar coming on board, Bahubali for Prabhas, but what about the rest? We caught up with Sanket Mhatre, who has been the voice of many in the southern industry. The artist reveals that he started as an artist dubbing for Hollywood films around 2007 and that led him to the South industry.

“I was doing voiceover for Hollywood films in Hindi. I was also doing it for animated films and documentary for TV channels. Around nine years back, there was a sudden boom in viewership of South Indian films and the demand led me to this dubbing industry, because I was already voicing for actors like Brad Pitt, Ryan Reynolds and Joseph Gordon-Levitt to name a few. The studios noticed me and got me on board for dubbing south films,” he shares, adding further that the first biggie that he dubbed for was the SS Rajamouli directed Magadheera. “I was Ram Charan’s voice in the film,” he smiles, and adds that his dubbing stints include Chirutha, Kabali, Yevadu, Yevadu 2, Hyper, Heart Attack, Dhamu, Businessman and I.

He however informs that he has never really spoken to any of the actors who he dubbed for in Hindi. “Funnily, I have never directly interacted with any of them, but I have gotten feedback through studios and producers. I would love to interact with the actor before I work as that would bring a fresh perspective to my voice,” he admits, and says that he dubs for 20 to 30 South films a year. “And may be 20 more films from the West,” he avers.

Next up is the Vishal starrer Chakra Ka Rakshak for Sanket and he believes to have found a certain level of comfort when working with Vishal. “It's always fun voicing for him, his towering personality adds to the character. Especially when he plays a tough cop or a military officer. I've voiced for him in quite a few films including Ayogya, Aambala, Pattathu Yanai, Villian, Irumbu Thirai. I try to match his style, which I think is very easy going and his intensity for action scenes,” he signs off.

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