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Vitas guest stars in "Mulan"
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16:02, April 21, 2009

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Russian pop singer Vitas lends his voice for a guest role in the upcoming film 'Mulan' starring Zhao Wei and Chen Kun.

He appeared in the dessert, with long, yellowish hair and a full-length ancient robe, in western China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region where the film is shooting.

Vitas' agent told the media that the film director had planned voice dubbing for Vitas but the pop singer insisted on using his own.

A sneak peek of Vitas' role in Mulan.(Photo Source:sohu.com)

What kind of role Vitas plays in the film is still a secret. Unnamed sources revealed he plays a singer who is later captured.

Singer Vitas has amazed Chinese fans with his signature high-pitched voice in recent years. His addition to the cast may turn out to be one of the film's highlights.

The heroine, Mulan, is an ancient household name in China. She was a young woman who disguised herself as a man in order to take her ailing father's place in the army and went into battle around 1,500 years ago.

A sneak peek of Vitas' role in Mulan.(Photo Source:sohu.com)

Mulan came to life in Disney's animated series during the late 90s. This time director Jingle Ma Cho Shing presents a live-action Mulan portrayed by famous Chinese actress Zhao Wei.

Source: CRIENGLISH.com

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