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Will Amitabh Bachchan’s Voice Be Heard in Google Maps?

All of you must have used Google Maps. Many times, the paths deviate, to reach the destination, the Google map in the smartphone is the only support. A foreign voice helps you reach your goal. It now reported that Amitabh Bachchan could replace this international voice. Their conversation with Google is going on.

Amitabh Bachchan’s Voice in Google Maps?

According to the mid-day report quoted by sources, Amitabh Bachchan has become the choice of Google because of his special kind of baritone. He believes that his voice fits perfectly for Google Maps. Senior Bachchan has been approached for this, though the contract is yet to be signed.

According to the report, if they accept the offer, then recording will be done at their home following the rules of social distancing. For this, a considerable amount has offered to Amitabh. Now the ball is in his court.

With this, Aamir Khan has also joined Google Maps. However, that was only for the promotion of the film. Yash Raj Films joined hands with Google Map to promote Thugs of Hindostan. You will remember that Aamir’s character Firangi used to show you the way while sitting on his ass.

The voice of Karen Jacobson, a New York-based singer of Australian origin, is currently heard on Google Maps. She is also known as GPS Girl. If Bachchan agrees, then he will replace Karen here. Amitabh Bachchan is now in the news for Gulabo Sitabo, which released on June 12 on Amazon Prime.

In the film directed by Shoojit Sarkar, Ayushman Khurana is playing the lead character with Amitabh. The film was earlier to released in theatres, but due to the lockdown, it has published on the OTT platform.

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