Tamil Voice Actors of Naruto and Jujutsu Kaisen Set to Grace Chennai Comic Con on February 17th

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At the very first Chennai Comic Con on February 17, the Tamil voice actors who have provided their voices for popular anime series such as Naruto, Jujutsu Kaisen, and Crayon Shin-chan will perform live.

They will be doing it on behalf of Sai Surabhi Studios.

Veterans of the Tamil voice acting profession will be giving fans a look into the world of anime at the beginning of the performance, which will begin at 2:00 p.m

A convention known as Chennai Comic Con will be held at the Chennai Trade Centre.

The session will feature the participation of artists such as Raghuvaran (Crayon Shin-chan), Rithvik (Shikamaru in Naruto, Gojo in Jujutsu Kaisen), and Govardhini, among others.

Voice actors and screenplay adaptors S. Sai Sujith and S. Sai Abhijith will also be present at the session. Additionally, voice actress Govardhini and voice-over veteran Lakshana will also bring their talents to the table.

In addition to being the ‘Powered By’ partner for the event, Crunchyroll will also be the partner for the Mumbai Comic Con, which will take place on April 20 at the Jio World Centre in BKC.

In the course of the Delhi Comic Con, which took place from December 8 to December 10, the firm organized a Jujutsu Kaisen photo experience for photographers.

The Bengaluru Comic Con, which took place from November 17 to November 19, featured a living room picture experience that SPY and FAMILY organized.

Beginning on November 17 and continuing through November 19, manga writer Terako Shima was present at the Bengaluru Comic Con.

As part of her presentation at the Manga Planet India booth, she sketched the character Ruby from her newest manga, providing the audience with a glimpse into her creative process.

Additionally, she participated in sketching workshops and signing sessions at the Kodansha Comics by Manga Planet India stand.

At the booth, free copies of the first chapter of the manga India Calling Me Now (Ima, Indo ni Yobarete) written by Terako Shima were distributed in English.

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