One more Bollywood name gets associated with Disney’s upcoming animated film ‘Frozen 2’. After Chopra girls, Priyanka Chopra and Parineeti Chopra, who have dubbed for the Hindi version of this animated movie, the makers have got on board ace female singer Sunidhi Chauhan. The actress is rejoicing with joy, as this instalment marks her second collaboration with the movie franchise. In 2013, the singer had voiced for the Hindi version of the track titled ‘Let It Go’ in Frozen, now will be repeating it once again by crooning for one of tracks in Frozen 2 as well.
While the original track is composed by Kristen Anderson-Robert Lopez, the Hindi version will be penned by Kausar Munir. As per reports in Millennium Post, the singer was quoted saying, “It feels great to be yet again, associating with Disney after 'The Lion King', now for their mega-franchise film 'Frozen 2'. I had an absolutely amazing time voicing Let it Go' in the first film. The mood, the feel, the charm of crooning a host of tracks for its sequel is indeed a challenging experience and I loved every bit of it.” ALSO READ: Frozen 2: Sunny Leone’s Aww-Dorable Daughter Nisha Weber Steals The Show At The Film's India Premiere
PeeCee who has dubbed for Elsa in Frozen 2, recently took to her Instagram account to share the video, giving the gist of the movie, followed by urging the audience, to head to the theatres on its release. Captioning the video she wrote, “Mimi and Tisha are now Elsa and Anna! The #ChopraSisters are finally coming together for Disney’s Frozen 2. Can’t wait for you guys to see us… I mean HEAR us bring these amazing, strong characters to life in Hindi. #Frozen2 in theatres on 22nd November 2019. @parineetichopra @disneyfilmsindia #frozensisters”
Frozen 2 is scheduled to release on November 22.
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