In India, The Avengers gets an awesome Hindi opening song - Flixist

In India, The Avengers gets an awesome Hindi opening song

9:00 AM on 03.27.2012

Maxwell Roahrig

Robocopologist


Usually when American movies are released overseas, the only additions made to them are subtitles or a dub in the native language. Not so much with The Avengers. In addition to getting the movie a full week ahead of us (those jerks), the Indian release will feature the musical stylings of Agnee churning out an opening song.

All of this begs the question: When will we see the inevitable Bollywood version of The Avengers no one realized they wanted until just now? I'd pay several of my dollars to see Indian Iron Man sing and dance his way to victory of the Skrulls with Indian Hulk and Indian Captain America. Oh wait, I have an even better idea. Don't recast the movie, just make the existing cast learn choreography and how to sing in Hindi. Guys, I swear we'll have a hit on our hands. Sadly though, it won't live up to the video in the header. Nothing will.

[via The Hollywood Reporter]




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