Gauri Khan is in awe with his son’s voice as Simba in The Lion King

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In the B-Town, there are many star kids whose debut is much awaited by the fans and as well as by the people in the industry. The debut of one such star kid is of Shahrukh Khan & Gauri Khan’s son Aryan Khan. Though, there is no confirmation yet that from which film he will be entering in industry but definitely he is on the path as Aryan Khan is lending his voice for The Lion King character Simba and had for sure left everyone excited.

Fans were already in awe when after Shah Rukh Khan’s teaser as Mufasa in The Lion King came out and after a long wait, SRK on social media shared the Aryan Khan’s voice over as Simba in The Lion King. After the post, the fans started comparing his vocal with his daddy Shahrukh Khan.

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Watching this on repeat 😍

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Hours after posting the teaser on Twitter with caption “Mera Simba”, SRK tweeted about the fact that even he thought his son sounded just like him. Now after daddy, Mom Gauri Khan can’t control her excitement about his son’s voice as Simba and took to social media and shred the same video. On Instagram, she posted the video and captioned it “Watching this on repeat”. Previously, Shah Rukh Khan and his son dubbed for the Hindi version of The Incredibles.

Bollywood celebs like Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, Karan Johar were among the others who praised the video.

Director/Producer and a very close friend of SRK Karan Johar on Twitter wrote “ Pardon my excitement! But Aryan is the first born in our family!!! And even just hearing his voice has made me so so excited !!!!! And without a bias he sounds amazing!!!!!”.

Actress Deepika Padukone who has worked with Shahrukh Khan in many movies on Twitter along with a video wrote “Love”.

The Lion King is the remake of the 1994 animated film by Disney. The film depicts the story of father son duo Mufasa and Simba. The Lion King is scheduled to release in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu on July 19, 2019.

Published by Mamatha Reddy on 12 Jul 2019

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