Rajesh Kava

Actor

BIOGRAPHY

Rajesh Kava (; born 18 March 1979) is an Indian voice actor, fluent in Hindi as well as Urdu and English. He is best known for being the third, permanent and final Hindi dub-over voice artist for Daniel Radcliffe's role as Harry Potter, in the last three Harry Potter films, after it was passed on from Ami Trivedi's brother, Karan Trivedi. He also has done Hindi voice-overs for many foreign Cartoons, Anime, and live action television programs and films. Nowadays, he is busy in the dubbing of new shows like Go for glory, Iron Man: Armored Adventures, etc. He is the voice of Jaggu, a monkey from the series "Chhota Bheem". He performed in Hindi and Urdu voices in "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" as the character of Riz Ahmed. He has voiced many animals in ads, movies, and serials. He is the voice of all the mice in the serial "Mahadev", which airs on Life OK channel. He also dubbed Tamil actors Vijay and Dhanush in several of their films. He has also given his voice for South Indian actor N. Santhanam in the movie "I" alongside the main lead Vikram who dubbed for his own character. He reprises his job in Rajinikanth's Lingaa for the same character.

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