- "It depends whether the script appeals to me or not," said Kajol
- "Yug and Nysa were the most excited": Kajol
- "It was like a big thing," Kajol added
About joining the Incredibles family, the 43-year-old actress wrote: "Incredibles 2 brings to us a heart-warming tale of a family that is like us. But yet they are different. There were so many moments in the story that I could relate with and I knew I had to join the fun."
Here's Kajol enjoying the dubbing session of The Incredibles 2:
Be it Avengers, Spider-Man or Iron Man, superhero films have been doing quite well in India and the box office collections are here to tell the tale. Talking about increased popularity of the particular genre, Kajol added: "The popularity of superheroes has increased over time owing to the fact that it is digital age. There is so much flow of information. Everybody has access to the entire international fraternity which they didn't have earlier."
The sequel comes more than a decade after the release of The Incredibles, which was directed by Brad Bird. Craig T. Nelson is returning as the voice of Bob Parr, Holly Hunter as Elastigirl and Samuel L. Jackson as Frozone. The sequel once again deals with the Parr family, which now has a new member. The trailer was much evident of the madness the Parr family undergoes attempting to strike a balance between having a normal life and their superhero powers.
After having Kajol on-board, Bikram Duggal, Head Studio Entertainment of Disney India, said that her presence the film will have an appeal to "newer audiences". "The wonderful stories and lovable characters from Disney Pixar have always held a special place in the hearts of millions of Indian fans. With Kajol as Helen aka Elastigirl, Incredibles 2 will definitely appeal to newer audiences and families-at-large," Bikram Duggal said.
In India, The Incredible 2 will be released in four languages - English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. The film hits screens on June 22.
(With IANS Input)