Rana Daggubati dubs in three languages for the first time in 'Kaadan'

Vishnu Vishal and Rana Daggubati starrer ‘Kaadan‘ has been shot simultaneously in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi languages. The adventure drama is set to release on March 26, and the preparations for it are going on steadily. Now, the latest buzz is that Rana Daggubati dubs in three languages for the first time in ‘Kaadan’. The ‘Baahubali‘ actor has shared a video from his ‘Kaadan’ dubbing session and gives voice for the film in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi languages.

This is the first time that the talented actor Rana Daggubati has been dubbing in several languages without the use of a dubbing artist. Rana Daggubati plays a jungle man who lives with an elephant, and Vishnu Vishal plays an elephant trainer in the Tamil and Telugu versions, while Pulkit Samrat reprises him in Hindi. ‘Kaadan‘ has all reasons to celebrate, and the director Prabhu Solomon has built a well-made film for the fans.

‘Kaadan’ Telugu version is titled Aranya, and the Hindi version is titled ‘Haathi Mere Saathi’. Shantanu Moitra has scored the music, and the film is expected to be in the lines of the director Prabhu Solomon’s blockbuster film ‘Kumki’.