Ashwin Mushran

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Ashwin Mushran
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Voice actor
Years active2006-present

Ashwin Mushran is an Indian voice over artist and actor who currently resides in Mumbai, India. He has appeared in numerous movies and plays. He is also featured in the movie Quick Gun Murugan, as Dr. Django. He also lent his voice into dubbing several foreign media. He is the Official Hindi dub-over voice artist for Adam Sandler and Takeshi Kaneshiro.


Ashwin studied at the Doon School, Dehradun, and then graduated with a B.A (hons.) English Literature from Hindu College, University of Delhi.[1][2] He then studied acting at the Drama Studio London. Ashwin started out with TV commercials which led to him becoming a cast member of the cult Indian TV show, The Great Indian Comedy Show. From there he moved on to acting in feature films and has acted in many critically acclaimed films such as Lage Raho Munna Bhai, Life in a Metro and Fashion. Ashwin is heavily involved with theatre and is a voice over artiste as well.[3][1]



Dubbing career[edit]

He's dubbed for more than 0 TV commercials and a number of movies in Africa English, and Chinese (both Mandarin and Cantonese); however, he said that he had no desire to dub for the leading men of Bollywood.[4] He is the Official Hindi dub-over voice artist for American actor, Adam Sandler and Mandarin Chinese actor, Takeshi Kaneshiro.

Dubbing roles[edit]

Live action films[edit]

Film title Actor Character Dub Language Original Language Original Year Release Dub Year Release Notes
Billy Madison Adam Sandler Billy Madison Hindi English 1995 2005
Big Daddy Adam Sandler Sonny Koufax Hindi English 1999 2006
Mr. Deeds Adam Sandler Longfellow Deeds Hindi English 2002 2006
House of Flying Daggers Takeshi Kaneshiro Jin Hindi Mandarin Chinese 2004 2005
50 First Dates Adam Sandler Henry Roth Hindi English 2004 2005
Click Adam Sandler Michael Newman
(First Dub)
Hindi English 2006 2006 Viraj Adhav voiced this character in the second Hindi dub in 2014.
Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. Vikram Chatwal Bunty Hindi English
2007 2007 Ashwin was called in to dub the dialogues during post-production because of the dissatisfaction of the director with the lines spoken by the actor. Vikram was unable to convey his lines properly due to temporary health problems, despite that the movie was already shot in Hindi as one of the languages.
Reign Over Me Adam Sandler Charlie Fineman Hindi English 2007 2007
The Warlords Takeshi Kaneshiro Jiang Wuyang Hindi Mandarin Chinese 2007 2007
You Don't Mess with the Zohan [5] Adam Sandler Zohan Dvir Hindi English 2008 2008
Red Cliff Takeshi Kaneshiro Zhuge Liang Hindi Mandarin Chinese 2008 (Part 1)
2009 (Part 2)
2008 (Part 1)
2009 (Part 2)
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian Alain Chabat Napoleon Bonaparte Hindi English 2009 2009
Grown Ups Adam Sandler Lenny Feder
(First Dub)
Hindi English 2010 2010 Viraj Adhav voiced this character in the second Hindi dub in 2014.
Jack and Jill Adam Sandler Jack/Jill Sadelstein Hindi English 2011 2011
Just Go with It Adam Sandler Dr. Daniel "Danny" Maccabee Hindi English 2011 2011 Viraj Adhav voiced this character in the second Hindi dub in 2014.
Dragon Takeshi Kaneshiro Xu Baijiu Hindi Mandarin and Sichuanese (CN/TW)
Cantonese Chinese (HK)
2011 2011
X-Men: Apocalypse Michael Fassbender Erik Lensherr / Magneto Hindi English 2016 2016 Rajesh Khattar dubbed this role in previous 2 films.
Assassin's Creed Michael Fassbender Callum "Cal" Lynch and Aguilar de Nerha Hindi English 2016 2016
American Hustle Christian Bale Irving Rosenfeld Hindi English 2013 2018

Animated films[edit]

Film title Original Voice Character Dub Language Original Language Original Year Release Dub Year Release Notes
Shrek the Third Conrad Vernon Rumpelstiltskin Hindi English 2007 2007


  1. ^ a b Ashwin Mushran – That class act in FASHION! | Indian Entertainment Online. (2009-12-23). Retrieved on 2013-08-31.
  2. ^ Mumbai salsas to his tune – Deccan Herald. (2003-12-16). Retrieved on 2013-08-31.
  3. ^ Ace Productions | Theatre Archived 7 May 2010 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved on 2013-08-31.
  4. ^ ‘I prefer not to make bad actors sound good’ Archived 14 December 2012 at the Wayback Machine. Hindustan Times (2012-06-08). Retrieved on 2013-08-31.
  5. ^ Ashwin Mushran. Rage Theatre. Retrieved on 2013-08-31.

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