Prasad Barve

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Prasad Barve
प्रसाद बर्वे
Prasad Barve at Star One's 'Dill Mill Gayye' party.jpg
Native name प्रसाद बर्वे (Marathi)
Born (1982-04-10) 10 April 1982 (age 35)
pune, India
Other names Prasad Barve
Occupation actor, voice actor, film actor

Prasad Barve (born 10 April 1982) is an Indian television actor, voice-dubbing actor, and occasional film actor. He speaks English, Hindi and Marathi.

Career[edit]

His first notable role was as Nihaal, the male lead's best friend in Shree. Then he entered as a new intern in Dill Mill Gayye season 2. Both his roles are comical. He has acted in the movie Vishwavinayak as a child artist.[1] He acted in the movie Hide & Seek.[1] He has also acted in many popular advertisements including Tata Sky ad where he shared screen space with Aamir Khan. most popular add is Cadbury shots man me laddoo foota He had also appeared in SAB TV's serial, Pritam Pyare Aur Woh as the main lead character Pyaare. Along with these serials, he also was the supporting lead in Colors Mrs. Pammi Pyarelal He is currently on Zee TV's Yeh Vaada Raha as Jatin

Dubbing career[edit]

Prasad Barve is usually best known for voicing comic relief characters when it comes to dubbing foreign media and very rarely does he do voiceover roles for more serious-typed characters. He has been voicing various different cartoon characters since he was 8. As he got a bit older, he first started with dubbing for Paul C. Scott as Reggie Williams in Small Wonder. He is also known for doing the Hindi voiceover for Orlando Brown as Eddie in That's So Raven on Disney Channel. He has also done Hindi voiceover roles for famous cartoons and Japanese anime like in Scooby-Doo, Stitch, Ash Ketchum (Satoshi) in Pokémon (Cartoon Network Hindi dub) and Perman.[2]

He has also lend his Hindi dubbing voice to Ivan in 2003 film, Barbie of Swan Lake and also lead his voice to Po in the Kung Fu Panda series.[3]

Dubbing roles[edit]

Television animation[edit]

Program title Original voice Character Dub Language Original Language Number of Episodes Original Airdate Dubbed Airdate Notes
What's New, Scooby-Doo? Unknown voice Unknown character Hindi English 42 (Dubbed ??) 9/14/2002-
6/29/2006
Unknown
Johnny Test Lee Tockar Eugene "Bling-Bling Boy" Hamilton Hindi English 130 (Dubbed ??) 9/17/2005-Current Unknown Another actor has voiced this character in some episodes.
Mickey Mouse Chris Diamantopoulos Mickey Mouse Hindi English 52
(Dubbed ??)
6/28/2013-Ongoing Unknown Rajesh Shukla has dubbed him for most episodes.

Anime[edit]

Program title Original Japanese voice Character Dub Language Episodes Original airdate Dubbed airdate Notes
Dragon Ball Z Ryō Horikawa (JP)
Brian Drummond (EN)
Vegeta Hindi Freeza saga 4/26/1989-
1/31/1996
2001-2008 The Hindi dub of the series was based on the edited Funimation Entertainment-Saban Entertainment-Ocean Productions English dub, being a revised translation. Viraj Adhav previously voiced the character before Prasad took over permanently.
Pokémon Rica Matsumoto (JP)
Veronica Taylor(Seasons 1–8)
Sarah Natochenny (Seasons 9-)
Kayzie Rogers (Special)
(EN)
Ash Ketchum (Satoshi)
(First Dub)[4]
Hindi 800+ 4/1/1997-Current First dub 5/12/2003-10/2013
(India)
2004–2013
(Pakistan)
Second dub 5/19/2014-Current
The First 8 seasons dubbed, were based on the 4Kids Entertainment English dub. The later seasons were also dubbed in Hindi and are also revised translations based on the English dub. A Second Hindi dub has been produced featuring a new Hindi voice cast and translation by UTV Software Communications and aired on Hungama TV. The first dub that Barve was involved in, was produced by Crest Animation Studios for the first four seasons and then by Sound and Vision India for Cartoon Network India, Cartoon Network Pakistan and Pogo starting with the Master Quest season up until after Black and White. Nachiket Dighe voiced this character in the second Hindi dub.
Perman Katsue Miwa Perman 1(Mitsuo suwa) Hindi 526 (+3 specials) 4/4/1983-7/2/1987 Unknown. Aired on Nickelodeon India.
Ninja hattori Kaneta Kimotsuki Kemuzo Kemumaki Hindi 28 September 1981 – 25 December 1987 Aired on Nickelodeon India

Live action television[edit]

Title Actor Role Dub Language Original Language Episodes Original Airdate Dubbed Airdate Notes
Small Wonder Paul C. Scott Reggie Williams Hindi English 96 9/7/1985-
5/20 /1989
1994–
1998
This was Prasad Barve's very first role as his debut in his dubbing career. It aired on Star Plus from 1994–1998.
That's So Raven Orlando Brown Eddie Thomas Hindi English 100 1/17/2003-11/10/2007 12/17/2004-2008 Has aired on Disney Channel India, when it first launched.
That's So Suite Life of Hannah Montana Orlando Brown Eddie Thomas Hindi English 1 6/28/2006 Unknown A crossover special of three consistent Disney Channel sitcoms That's So Raven, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, and Hannah Montana.
Goosebumps Unknown actor Unknown character Hindi English 74 (Dubbed ??) 10/27/1995-
11/16/1998
5/15/2006-2009 Aired on Jetix India dubbed in Hindi.
(Now known as Disney XD India.)

Live action films[edit]

Film title Actor(s) Character(s) Dub Language Original Language Original Year release Dub Year release Notes
The Mummy Omid Djalili Gad Hassan Hindi English 1999 1999
Cats & Dogs Unknown Unknown Character Hindi English 2001 2001
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets[5] Tom Felton Draco Malfoy Hindi English 2002 2003 Prasad only led his voice to this character in the second film only. A different voice actor originally dubbed him in the first movie, with Shanoor Mirza dubbing him for the rest of the series.
Daredevil Scott Terra Young Matt Hindi English 2003 2003 Performed alongside Parminder Ghumman who voiced Michael Clarke Duncan as Wilson Fisk/The Kingpin, Kishore Bhatt who voiced David Keith and Joe Pantoliano as Jack Murdock and Ben Urich in Hindi.
The Last Samurai Shin Koyamada Nobutada
(First dub)
Hindi English
Japanese
2003 2003 Performed alongside Viraj Adhav
Goosebumps Ryan Lee Champ Hindi English 2015 2015

Animated films[edit]

Film title Original voice(s) Character(s) Dub Language Original Language Original Year Release Dub Year Release Notes
Barbie of Swan Lake Ian James Corlett Ivan Hindi English 2003 2004 Minor character role.
Hindi dub released on VCD/DVD on 5 July 2004 and aired on Television.
The Wild Unknown Monu Hindi English 2006 2006 Prasad's name is mentioned in the Hindi dub credits taken from the DVD release of the film.
Kung Fu Panda Jack Black Po Hindi English 2008 2008
Kung Fu Panda 2 Jack Black Po Hindi English 2011 2011
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs Seann William Scott
Josh Peck
Crash
Eddie
Hindi English 2009 2009
Ice Age: Continental Drift Seann William Scott
Josh Peck
Crash
Eddie
Hindi English 2012 2012
The Croods Clark Duke Thunk Crood Hindi English 2013 2013
Frozen Josh Gad Olaf Hindi English 2013 2015 Hindi dub made for the Disney Channel. Premiered on December 12, 2015.
Kung Fu Panda 3 Jack Black Po Hindi English 2016 2016
Big Hero 6 Scott Adsit Baymax Hindi English 2014 2017

Anime films[edit]

Film title Original Japanese voice Character Dub Language Original Year Release Dubbed Year Release Notes
Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns Rica Matsumoto (JP)
Veronica Taylor (EN)
Ash Ketchum (Satoshi)
(First Dub)
Hindi 2000 2006 Aired on Television 6 years later, after the original Japanese release. The Hindi dub was a revised translation of the English dub, thus meaning all changes in the English dub were impact in the Hindi dubbed version. The exact air date was 14 November 2006.[6]
Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew Rica Matsumoto (JP)
Veronica Taylor (EN)
Ash Ketchum (Satoshi)
(First Dub)
Hindi 2005 2009 (Pakistan)
2010 (India)
Aired on Cartoon Network Pakistan in 2009, and on its Indian counterpart in 2010. The Hindi dub was a revised translation of the English dub, thus meaning all changes in the English dub were impact in the Hindi dubbed version.
Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai Rica Matsumoto (JP)
Sarah Natochenny (EN)
Ash Ketchum (Satoshi)
(First Dub)
Hindi 2007 2011 Aired on Television 4 years later, after the original Japanese release. The Hindi dub was a revised translation of the English dub, thus meaning all changes in the English dub were impact in the Hindi dubbed version.
Pokémon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior Rica Matsumoto (JP)
Sarah Natochenny (EN)
Ash Ketchum (Satoshi)
(First Dub)
Hindi 2008 2011 Aired on Cartoon Network Pakistan 3 years later, after the original Japanese release. The Hindi dub was a revised translation of the English dub, thus meaning all changes in the English dub were impact in the Hindi dubbed version.
Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life Rica Matsumoto (JP)
Sarah Natochenny (EN)
Ash Ketchum (Satoshi)
(First Dub)
Hindi 2009 2011 Aired on Cartoon Network Pakistan 2 years later, after the original Japanese release. The Hindi dub was a revised translation of the English dub, thus meaning all changes in the English dub were impact in the Hindi dubbed version.
Pokémon: Zoroark: Master of Illusions Rica Matsumoto (JP)
Sarah Natochenny (EN)
Ash Ketchum (Satoshi)
(First Dub)
Hindi 2010 2012

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Barve Bio". IMDb. Retrieved 8 December 2012. 
  2. ^ Team, Tellychakkar. "Releases". Tellychakkar.com. Retrieved 2016-06-19. 
  3. ^ "BHEL PURI at Hogwarts". epaper.timesofindia.com. Retrieved 2016-06-19. 
  4. ^ "Prasad Barve – Hindi Dubbing Stars Facebook". Facebook.com. 2 July 2014. Retrieved 26 July 2014. 
  5. ^ "Prasad Barve – Hindi Dubbing Stars Facebook". Facebook.com. 2 July 2014. Retrieved 26 July 2014. 
  6. ^ http://www.indiantelevision.com/television/broadcasting/tv-channels/kids/cartoon-network-to-join-barbie-and-pok%C3%A9mon-on-childrens-day

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