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The very talented Sparsh Khanchandani who won audiences' after playing the young Ichcha in Uttaran and now seen winning the audiences' heart by playing Rashi in Sony TV's Nayi Umr Nayi Chunauti - Parvarrish - Agla Padav is all set to climb another ladder of success after getting a lot recognition.
Source says, "The very popular animated series, Sofia the
first will soon be aired on Disney channel in which Sparsh has given her voice
for the princess Sofia. It's going to be an episodic series and every episode
will have some songs in it. The series is going to be a learning series for
kids which will teach them about the good manners."
Sparsh recently dubbed for an animated movie series 'Shivalik' and now she is all set to give her voice all over again for this.
We couldn't get in touch with Sparsh but we spoke to her Mom Sarita Khanchandani, who said, "It was a challenge for Sparsh to do this. She was finding it difficult initially to give her voice to the series adding the tones and emotions in it but later on all went well. She got to learn through the story as Sophia, being the princess is so humble. The other kids will get to learn something from this series too."
"Parvarrish is the Hindi version of the English Versions' Modern family and Sparsh's character Rashi is similar to the character of what Ariel Winter played in the show. Ariel Winter also lend her voice for Sophia in Sophia the First. So, it's a very nice co-incidence for Sparsh," concludes Sparsh's Mom Sarita.
Way to go Sparsh!
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