The dubbing of The Lion King did not leave Rayane Bensetti unmoved. Quite the contrary. The one who was chosen to interpret the voice of Simba in the adaptation of the Disney film by Jon Favreau answered questions from his fans in a long interview. It must be said that the film The Lion King fascinated the crowds, with nearly 500 million euros collected during the first weekend alone after its theatrical release, synonymous with entry into the Top 10 of the films having made the best story starts.

It is in an Instagram story that Rayane Bensetti gave the longest time to his fans. When a surfer asked him what was the scene that moved him the most during filming, the young actor directly replied: “The scene where Simba sees his father in the reflection, I had to take breaks. .. It was hard”. But soon after, he confessed to an even more gripping story.

Rayane Bensetti: “I am Rayane, son of Bashir”

Yes, Rayane Bensetti admitted having cracked during the recording. “Hard moment when Simba said: ‘I am Simba, son of Mufasa… I heard: ‘I am Rayane, son of Bachir”. If the majority of the spectators could not contain their tears by witnessing the death of the father of the lion cub, these images have revived painful memories for Rayane Bensetti. As a reminder, the actor lost his father in February 2018. The latter died of Charcot’s disease.

Rayane Bensetti © Jack Tribeca

Lara T.
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