Varun Dhawan has dubbed for "Captain America: Civil War" in Hindi. The young star lent his voice to Chris Evans' character, Captain America/ Steve Rogers.
Thrilled about having landed the opportunity, the actor told Hindustan Times (April 11, Mumbai) that Cap is a "mature and balanced character," which he isn't and that was what made the process challenging for him.
"It's a big film, and the action is huge. The moral of the story is what I loved too. I was also blown away by its trailer, and that got me interested," he added. Interestingly, that wasn't the only reason why he took it up. He believes the film has an "amazing connect" with kids, which was why he agreed to do the voiceover for the superhero.
"Varun has the X factor, and the versatility. We are delighted that he is equally excited about the movie," said Amrita Pandey of Disney India.
Meanwhile, trade analyst Taran Adarsh praised the production house in his tweets. "After #TheJungleBook [voiceover by top Indian actors], Varun's voiceover for #CaptainAmericaCivilWar is another masterstroke by Disney India," he posted.
"Captain America: Civil War" arrives in theatres May 6.
In other news, Varun is gearing up "Dishoom," which opens in theatres July 29. The actor, who recently shared a photo of his bloodshot eyes that an underwater sequence gave him, talked about the off-beat action scenes in the Rohit Dhawan directorial.
"It was not easy to shoot action part. As I am new to all this. Through action we are trying to push the boundaries and do something new. Once the trailer and look of the film is out we hope people like action sequences in it," he told the Press Trust of India.
The action-thriller, which features John Abraham and Jacqueline Fernandez in key roles, isn't the only film on Varun's schedule. He has "Judwaa 2" and reportedly a Dharma Productions film lined up.