Shah Rukh Khan on working with son Aryan in the Lion King – Shah Rukh Khan and son Aryan khan play the roles of the character Mufasa and samba in the Hindi-version of the lion king. The lion king is doing well at the box office. The Hindi version of the film lion king cast Rs. 54.47 Crores in just three years after its release. The Hindi version of the lion king is being loved by the Bollywood fans as it sees Shah Rukh plays the role of the character Mufasa and his son Aryan of Simba.
The Hindi version of the lion king has Ashish Vidyarthi as a scar, Shreyas Talpade as Timon, Sanjay Mishra as Pumbaa, Asrani as Zazu, Shernaz Patel as Sarabi, Achint Kaur as Shenzi and Neha Gargava as Nala.
After the death of his father, Mufasa is murdered by his Uncle. Simba feels it’s his fault and run away. He returns after many years later to take his rightful place as King. When people heard him in that eyebrow-raising teaser of the Lion King then it was a fater-son moment for people. Aryan khan on occasion sounds like a rushed job. This movie has received tepid reviews. It is loved by all.
Shah Rukh Khan on working with son Aryan in the Lion King -However not in the front of camera, Shah Rukh has joyous to work with son Aryan. It is not the first time Shah Rukh and Aryan have giving their voice. The father-son duo had gave their voice in a hindi version of the 2004 film the incredibles. This movie is the amazing bounding time for son Aryan and Father Shah Rukh Khan.
While talking about working with Aryan in the lion king, Shah Rukh told an entertainment voice, “When we did incredibles, Aryan was about nine-years old. It was very sweet to hear his voice. Now, years later when we are doing it for the lion king, for me, it is the amazing bound time with Aryan”.
Shah Rukh also currently took to Twitter to thank his friends and co-actress for the success of the Lion King. He wrote, “I am so happy to hear that so many are enjoying lion king. A special thanks to my co-actors and friends for bringing this film into life. Thanks for making me and Aryan sound good.”