Crunchyroll recently launched the Hindi and Tamil dubs for the second season of the beloved Jujutsu Kaisen anime, coinciding with the debut of the Hindi dub for its first season. Additionally, the platform began streaming the Hindi dubs for The Great Cleric, an anime adaptation of Broccoli Lion’s Seija Musō: Salaryman, Isekai de Ikiru Tame ni Ayumu Michi (The Great Cleric The Path a Salaryman Must Walk to Survive in a Fantasy World) novels, and the second season of the Chinese-animated series, The Daily Life of the Immortal King, all on the same exciting Friday.
Crunchyroll is providing fans in India with the opportunity to enjoy the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen as it airs in Japan. Notably, Netflix also offers the same anime season for streaming in India.
The talented Hindi dub cast has contributed to the immersive experience for viewers.
- Sahil Kulkarni as Megumi Fushiguro
- Archit Maurya as Ryomen Sukuna
- Vidit Kumar as Yuji Itadori
- Lohit Sharma as Satoru Gojo
- Suvela Sharma as Nobara Kugisaki
The Tamil Dub cast includes:
- Akshya Prabu as Nobara Kugisaki
- Praveen Kesavan as Ryomen Sukuna
- Rithick Ellaiyaraja as Satoru Gojo
- Arvind Rathinavel as Megumi Fushiguro
- Roshan Nesapriyan as Yuji Itadori
The Jujutsu Kaisen anime’s second season made its debut on July 6, running for two cours, spanning a continuous half-year. This season will adapt Gege Akutami’s original manga arcs, including the “Hidden Inventory / Premature Death” (“Kaigyoku/Gyokusetsu”) and the “Shibuya Incident” arc.
Taking over as director for this season is Shōta Goshozono, known for directing Jujutsu Kaisen episodes 8 and 17. Notable additions to the cast include Anna Nagase as Riko Amanai and Takehito Koyasu as Toji Fushiguro. Tatsuya Kitani lends his talents to the opening theme song “Ao no Sumika” (Blue House), while Soushi Sakiyama performs the ending theme song “Akari” (Lantern).
Previously, the Jujutsu Kaisen television anime premiered in October 2020, comprising 24 episodes. For fans in India, Netflix is the streaming platform of choice, and Ani-One started streaming all episodes on June 29.
Source | Crunchyroll