Vikram Bhatt loses his voice

Says a source, “It’s an extended cameo that spans three major scenes. He is on screen for 10-15 minutes. But the voice you hear isn’t his. Vikram has a very distinct voice. It is surprising that a voice similar to his, wasn’t actually tried out.”

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It’s hardly a secret that Vikram Bhattloves to dub for his actors. But you’ll be surprised to know that it isn’t his voice you heard in the just released Bhaag Johnny, in which he made a special appearance as a genie.

Says a source, “It’s an extended cameo that spans three major scenes. He is on screen for 10-15 minutes. But the voice you hear isn’t his. Vikram has a very distinct voice.  It is surprising that a voice similar to his, wasn’t actually tried out.”

Apparently, the reason for this stems from the fact that Vikram cut himself off the film, which was conceptualised way back in 2009 and has seen several delays since.

DUB DUDE
Over the years, Vikram Bhatt dubbed for…
Aftab Shivdasani (in Kasoor and Ankahee)
Dino Morea (in Raaz)
Emraan Hashmi (in Footpath)
Mahaakshay Chakraborty (in Haunted)

Source: dnaindia.com