SRK is 'Mufasa' and his son Aryan is 'Simba'.
Shah Rukh Khan and son Aryan to voice Hindi version of ‘The Lion King’.
Shah Rukh Khan will voice Mufasa and Aryan, Simba, in Jon Favreau’s live-action version of the 1994 animated blockbuster.
The Lion King will be released in India in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu on July 19. Donald Glover has voiced Simba and James Earl Jones has portrayed Mufasa in the English version.
Yesterday, amidst of India Vs Pak match, SRK has tweeted wishing India by promoting his and Aryan's character in the upcoming The Lion King.
Aryan Khan had a small role in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001) as the child version of Shah Rukh Khan’s character. He dubbed for the character Dash in Hum Hain Lajawaab, the Hindi version of the animated film The Incredibles, in 2004.
The Lion King centers on Simba, a lion cub who is driven out of his land by his evil uncle, Scar, and returns to claim his rightful legacy. Simba is fooled by Scar into thinking that he has murdered Mufasa, his father.
The Lion King is the latest live-action version of a Disney animated film after The Jungle Book (2016), Dumbo (2019) and Aladdin