Disney’s hugely successful animated film Frozen, to premiere in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu only on Disney Channel ‘LET IT GO ‘ becomes ‘FANNA HO’

Disney’s hugely successful animated film Frozen, to premiere in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu only on Disney Channel


‘LET IT GO ‘ becomes ‘FANNA HO’

Very few movies leave a lasting impression on your mind and the 2013 animated genius, Disney’s Frozen did just that and maybe a tad more. The movie created waves all around the world and every little girl dreamt about being “Elsa”. From Elsa-themed birthday parties to cakes to clothing, everything screamed ice and snow.

And now, this excitement will be making its way to India this December as Disney Channel is all set to premiere Frozen in Hindi and the character Elsa, will be voiced by none other than Bollywood musical superstar Sunidhi Chauhan. Giving her company in this iconic film will be the winner of Amul STAR Voice of India in 2008, Aishwarya Majumdar, who will voicing the character of Princess Anna.

The magic that the song ‘Let it Go’ created will now be restored with the Hindi version called ‘Fanaa Ho’. The enchanting Kingdom of Arendelle will now have Elsa swooning to the Indian adaptation of the hugely successful song.

This year also marks the second anniversary of the release of Frozen. To celebrate that, the movie is not only being dubbed in Hindi but also in Tamil and Telugu.

Speaking about playing the character of Elsa, Sunidhi Chauhan says, “This is a dream role for me. Elsa is an iconic character and to be her voice for our audiences here in India is truly a great experience. I personally loved the movie and when I was approached by Disney to voice Elsa I was extremely thrilled and couldn’t wait to start dubbing for the film.


Young singing sensation, Aishwarya Majumdar who plays the role of Anna says, “Frozen is one of my favourite films so you can very well imagine how excited I was when I was approached to voice the character of Princess Anna. Moreover, working alongside a star like Sunidhi Chauhan was like a dream come true for me.”

It is great that Disney is dubbing the film in Hindi as it will help reach out to the non-English speaking children in India as well and will give them a chance to experience the magic.”

Frozen is one of the most iconic movies of all time and little girls all over the world have wished that they could be like Elsa and now it’s time for the little princesses in India to get captivated with the magic of Frozen.

Do not miss the Hindi version of Frozen, premiering on 12 December 2015 at 12 noon only on Disney Channel.