KARACHI: Actor Shaan Shahid has never been one to shy away from expressing their views, no matter how uncalled for they might be. If anything, the Khuda Kay Liye star can be bordering on being rude at times. And now, he seems to be upset with Shah Rukh Khan (SRK)'s decision to dub the Hindi version of The Lion King.
The Zero star recently shared the trailer of the Hindi dubbed version for which he has voiced the character of Mufasa.
In response to SRK's tweet, Shaan asked him to not destroy an iconic film like The Lion King with Hindi dubbing and to at least change his vocal expression for the iconic character.
He tweeted saying, "When the actor loses confidence and his passion to show his craft, that’s the answer you get. The hunger should never die. Follow all the great actors, what they did after they became greats. They challenged themselves with what they wanted to do. The role comes from inside."
When the actor loses confidence & his passion to show his craft .that’s the answer you get .the hunger should never die .follow All the great actors ,what they did after they became greats .. they challenged themselves with what they wanted to do..the role comes from inside.— Shaan Shahid (@mshaanshahid) April 18, 2019
SRK, along with son Aryan Khan, voice Mufasa and Simba in the upcoming Hindi version of live-action remake of The Lion King, set to hit the cinemas on July 19.
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