'3 Bahadur Part 2' is set to release in December 2016
'3 Bahadur Part 2' is set to release in December 2016

'3 Bahadur Part 2' is set to release in December 2016

The film features Ahmed Ali Butt, Sarwat Gillani, Aligul Pir, Zeba Shehnaz and Salman Shahid as voice over artists.
Published Nov 21, 2015 12:38am

We earlier reported that Waadi Animations will officially announce the sequel of 3 Bahadur and the artists being used to do the voice over.

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That announcement has finally come. A press release issued by the animation house stated that actor and musician Ahmed Ali Butt will do voice over for Gola, Ali Gul Pir will appear as Teeli and Lolly, Fahad Mustafa as Imran, Sarwat Gilani as Saadi’s mother, Salman Shahid as Baba Balaam, Arisha Razi as Amna, Mustafa Changezi as Tony, and Zeba Shehnaz as Parrot.

Returning as voice actors in the sequel are Zuhab Khan as Saadi, Hanzala Shahid as Kamil, Bahroze Sabzwari as Deenu, Bassam Shazli as Pateeli and Chatpa and Hammad Siddiq as Ghutka and Shikra.

Read: 3 Bahadur is the highest grossing animated movie in Pakistan

Speaking about 3 Bahadur, Academy Award Winning Film Director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy said,

"3 Bahadur was a very special project for me because it inculcated a sense of pride and ownership in Pakistani children. Now, with 3Bahadur Part 2, I want to make sure that Saadi, Kamil and Amna inspire bravery and fearlessness in every child across the country."

3 Bahadur was released on 22nd May 2015 in all digital cinemas across Pakistan and it grossed more than 6.5 crores at the local box office, making it Pakistan’s first and highest-grossing animated full-length super hero feature film.

3 Bahadur is journey of friendship, teamwork and courage. Indeed, the first tale of three unlikely super heroes was the beginning of a larger movement, making Pakistani children a part of the nationwide phenomenon that is “Team 3 Bahadur”. 3 Bahadur Part 2 upholds this legacy with an aim to further inspire the children of Pakistan.

The film is expected to release in December 2016.