Renowned singer, Sunidhi Chauhan has done the voiceover for the character of Sita, in the upcoming 3D animation movie SONS OF RAM– the Heroes will rise, presented by Amar Chitra Katha. The movie will release along with a short film SHIKARI SHAMBHU- the man eater in 3D and 2D in over 400 theatres, across India on 2nd November, 2012, right in time for the Diwali vacation.
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Inspired by late Anant Pai’s famous comic SONS OF RAMA, the movie is a contemporary tale of brotherhood, courage and adventure, set in the backdrop of the epic Ramayana. The film narrates Luv and Kush’s journey through enchanted forests into the revered land of Ayodhya, the home of their fabled heroes. Complete with a brand new gang of loveable characters, ACK’s SONS OF RAM is an epic coming-of-age adventure as never seen before.
‘I am really excited about the release of the movie SONS OF RAM. Kushal offered me the two songs first and once I completed it, he asked me if I would be interested in doing the voiceover for the character of Sita. I readily agreed, as I love animation. Doing the voiceover for Sita was great fun’, shared Sunidhi
Further elaborating on her experience Sunidhi shared, ‘Doing a voiceover for an animated character is more difficult than singing as you don’t have a ready reference. You need to understand the character and get into the role, that is when you can get your dialogues right.’ She further added, ‘Doing the voiceover for Sita was difficult. She is an idealistic woman and I had to sound matured for the character. I read the dialogues then saw the film, and that is when I got it right. It was loads of fun and I feel now I can do any voiceover after recording for Sita.’
SONS OF RAM will hit the theatres on 2nd November, 2012 in three languages Hindi, Tamil and Telgu. The movie boasts of four original musical songs. Children and adults will love the non-stop entertainment and strong story line full of thrilling twists and turns. Amar Chitra Katha’s rich legacy of art is richly portrayed in this film.