Shah Rukh Khan is elated to lend his voice for The Lion King as Mufasa in Hindi with his own Simba, Aryan Khan

Shah Rukh Khan and Aryan Khan will be lending their voices for The Lion King in Hindi for characters Mufasa and Simba, respectively. Read to know what SRK has to say about working with his son yet again.
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Yesterday, Shah Rukh Khan shared a photo on his Instagram page along with his son Aryan Khan in which they are wearing a blue jersey which had Mufasa and Simba written on it. Who would've thought he indirectly announced that he will be dubbing for The Lion King in Hindi for Mufasa and Aryan will be giving his voice for Simba.

Today, Shah Rukh Khan expressed his happiness of collaborating with his song for The Lion King. SRK took to his Twitter page and quoted Walt Disney Studios' tweet which read, "The most iconic father-son story of all time, featuring the King himself @iamsrk and #AryanKhan. 

Disney's #TheLionKing in cinemas July 19."

Shah Rukh Khan tweeted, "Glad to be a part of this journey... a timeless film. Voicing it in Hindi with my own Simba. The last time we did a film was around 15 years ago and it was ‘Incredible’ and this time around its even more fun. Hope everyone enjoys it 19th July onwards. #TheLionKing."

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It would really be interesting to see Shah Rukh Khan and Aryan Khan's yet another collaboration after Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham.

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That's the coolest thing I've heard all day!! I'm excited to hear Aryan as Simba's voice. Welcome back King Khan!

what happened to 'aryan is shy, he doesnt want to act'.

Ewww nepotism

Can he even speak. Does he have an accent. Movie star kids are weird man. More than Aryan, I’m super skeptical about srk as lion king. Plz don’t screw it with your kkkkk stammer.

Totally shameless. This is nepotism to the hilt! This act of giving your child an unfair advantage while thousands of trained artists look for work will make us root for your child's failure from day one.

Hahaha let the nepotism debate begin.

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