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Neeti Mohan joins Disney's world of 'Tangled'.

Summary: The singer has voiced Rapunzel's dialogues and sung 3 songs for the Hindi version of 'Tangled: Before Ever After'

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Singer Neeti Mohan has been roped in to lend her voice for the Hindi version of Disney's Tangled: Before Ever After .

Disney Channel in India is bringing one of its most successful stories, Tangled: The Series, on Indian television for the first time. The hour-long movie Tangled: Before Ever After will premiere on the channel before the episodes roll out on December 10.

Mohan says she had a lot of fun bringing alive Rapunzel's spirit of adventure and affection. "As a little girl, I have grown up watching and emulating Disney princesses. When I was approached to voice the dialogues and sing for Rapunzel in Tangled: Before Ever After , I was thrilled as this was my chance to live my childhood dream - of being a Disney princess," Mohan said.

Describing the character, she said: "Rapunzel is feisty, creative, independent yet sweet and warm, which I could immediately relate to. I had a lot of fun bringing alive her spirit of adventure and affection towards others. I hope the young audience enjoy my rendition of Rapunzel as much as I loved being her."

For the movie, Mohan has sung three heartwarming songs in Hindi. The songs include Ek nayi kahani (Life happily ever after), Ummedon ki udaan (Wind in my hair) and its reprised version - originally sung by singer and actress Mandy Moore.

Set between Walt Disney Animation Studios' Tangled and its short film Tangled Ever After , the series unfolds as Rapunzel acquaints herself with her parents, her kingdom and the people of Corona.

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Publication:Gulf News (United Arab Emirates)
Date:Dec 6, 2017
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