The ‘Baahubali’ franchise is one of the most loved in India as well as around the world.
Ever since the first ‘Baahubali’ released in 2015, the audience was enchanted by the magnum opus. The magnificent gems of cinema that gave Bollywood lovers a real ‘paisa-vasool’ experience. The films had it all- drama, suspense, romance and breath-taking visuals.
The bilingual franchise of ‘Baahubali: The Beginning‘ and ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion‘ was made in Tamil and Telegu. Then there were voice-overs that were done in Malayalam and Hindi. We’re pretty sure the movie wouldn’t have been the same without the dialogues like ‘Mera Vachan Hi Hai Shaasan’.
So, since the movie was made in a different language, the dialogues were dubbed by artists. The voice-overs made the film’s reach wider and made it what it is.
Tamannaah Bhatia, the actress who plays the character of Avantika in both the parts dubbed her own dialogues. Apart from hers, everyone else’s dialogues were dubbed.
Baahubali- Sharad Kelkar
In an interview, TV actor Sharad Kelkar revealed that he gave the voice test only to meet S.S Rajamouli. He revealed it in an interview:
“I was doing a movie where there were some people from the production who knew the Bahubali producers and at that time Rajamouli sir was looking for someone to dub for Prabhas’s character in Hindi. They suggested my name and I was called for a voice test. I told everyone that if I gave a voice test, I get to meet Rajamouli sir and then I finally met him.”
Sharad has lent his voice for the Hindi version of Hollywood films like Guardians of the Galaxy, Mad Max: Fury Road, Exodus: Gods and Kings, X-Men: Apocalypse and the latest being Vin Diesel in xXx: Return of Xander Cage.
Devasena- Niti Mathur and Smita Malhotra
Niti Mathur had dubbed for the first installment of ‘Baahubali’. The older version of Devasena (Anushka Shetty) was voiced by her.
Smita Malhotra, on the other hand, was the voice for the younger version of Devasena we saw in the second part. Smita used to dub for Katrina Kaif, Nargis Fakhri, Elli Avram, Hazel Keech and Sunny Leone.
Bhallaldeva- Manoj Pandey
Manoj Pandey has lent his voice for like The Lord of The Rings, The Transporter, The Expendables, Skyfall, and Deadpool.
‘Mera Vachan Hi Hai Shaasan’
The dialogue delivery done by this woman needs a round of applause. She had definitely immortalized the character. Mausam is a dubbing artist and has dubbed for films like Himmatwala, Dhol, Sauda, and Chahath, apart from several Bhojpuri and Gujarati films. She lent her voice to Kalia in Chhota Bheem.
Kattappa- Samay Raj Thakkar
Samay is a veteran voice-over artist. He has previously been the voice in Hollywood movies like King Arthur, Zero Dark Thirty, The Dark Knights and The Avengers.
Bijjaladeva– Deepak Sinha
Deepak Sinha is an actor and is known for his work in Zakhmi Aurat, Saransh, Awargi and Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara, apart from several Bhojpuri movies.
The movie would not have been the same without their voice.