INDIA: Said Ali Khan as Star-Lord in Marvel’s Wastelanders! Saif, who is constantly taking up challenging roles to find the best fit for himself, became the voice artist for the Hindi Marvel adaptation. Recently, the actor voiced Peter Quill in Marvel’s Wastelanders: Star-Lord.
The other artists who matched the voices of the characters are Vrajesh Hirjee as Rocket, Sushant Divgikr as Cora, Anangsha Biswas as The Collector, Maninee De as Emma Frost, and Harjeet Walia as Kraven the Hunter.
In an media interaction, the versatile actor of Bollywood, Saif, opened up about his experience in the new audio project. Star-Lord is a fan fave in the Marvel universe, according to Saif. The actor stated that using his voice to bring this superhero and his amazing story to life has been a fresh and fascinating experience.
Saif went on to say that Marvel’s Wastelanders on Audible has allowed us to reinterpret Star-Lord’s adventure in a unique way, with each listener free to paint a vivid picture of this incredible tale.
The actor remarked that he is excited to hear what the audience has to say because he has had a great time portraying a superhero.
The Wastelanders allows every listener to reconstruct Star-Lord’s journey in their own way. Thereby, Saif waited for audience reactions to drop their valuable comments and hoped to match up to the level of excitement he had while playing a superhero.
Marvel’s Wastelanders: Star-Lord is based on a post-apoclyptic future of the Marvel Universe, where the Villains are overpowered and the Heroes are left in bad memory.
With its multilayered secrets and thrilling action sequences fused with humour, overall, Marvel’s new series will take listeners on a new journey. The audio show has six total seasons, each of which focuses on a different Marvel Superhero. Hawkeye, the second season, will premiere in September 2023.
More information on casting and release dates for the upcoming episodes of the localised Wastelanders series from Marvel will arrive soon. This marks the debut of the exclusive Hindi-language adaptation of the six-season audio epic, which debuted as an English-language series in June 2021.