Actor Varun Dhawan will lend his voice for Steve Rogers aka Captain America in the Hindi version of "Captain America: Civil War".
Disney India and Varun have collaborated on the Hindi language version, read a statement.
Asked about his association with the project, the actor said: "When Disney India got in touch with me to voice 'Captain America' it tickled a creative box in my head. I have immense respect for voice - over artists as it's a very difficult job to do. "
He said that "Captain America" is a "matured and a balanced leader", which he "is not".
"That made it all the more challenging for me. 'Captain America: Civil War' is bigger, better and the action is huge. It's a film for kids and adults and the actual moral of the film is something I loved and believed in, so I was very happy to voice it. I was blown away by the trailer and that got me very interested to take it up as a challenge, " the "Badlapur" actor said.
In the past, Varun played the main lead in Disney India's homegrown dance film "ABCD 2". The film was a sequel of 2013's hit film "ABCD: Any Body Can Dance".
Amrita Pandey, vice president - studios, Disney India, said: "During 'ABCD 2', we have seen what a huge draw Varun has with younger audience and kids. This made him our obvious and first choice for voicing Captain America in the latest Marvel tentpole. "
"We believe his charisma and his huge fan following is just what we need to take 'Captain America: Civil War' to a wider Hindi audience, " Pandey added.
"Captain America: Civil War" releases in India on May 6 in four languages - - English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.