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Are you ready to hear directions on google maps by Amitabh Bachchan?

Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan has supposedly been drawn closer by Google for fueling voice route on Google Maps. When dismissed by All India Radio, Bachchan is well known for his rich baritone voice. He has been a storyteller in numerous movies and even loaned his voice to the Oscar-winning narrative March of the Penguins in 2005. Google is said to have offered an “over the top sum” to bring Bachchan ready. In any case, there is no word on the advancement by the entertainer himself.

Bachchan has been in chats with Google for giving his voice to Google Maps, reports Mid-Day. The 77-year-old entertainer is said to record his voice from home once he acknowledges the offer.

Google declined to remark on the report.

In 2018, Google joined forces with film creation house Yash Raj Films (YRF) to consolidate discoursed of Bollywood entertainer Aamir Khan’s character Firangi from the film Thugs Of Hindostan into Google Maps. That was the principal significant Bollywood bargain by the quest goliath for its mapping administration.

Confining the experience

Google has a long history of confining the experience on its items to pull in the majority in India. From Indic language backing to bike mode, Google Maps has been one of the key contributions of the Mountain View, California-based organization that includes new highlights for Indian clients. Google Maps additionally during the underlying coronavirus lockdown stage helped individuals associate with open food and night protects in the nation.

Before the end of last month, Google Maps increase support for neighborhood organizations and made it simpler for Android clients to share their area utilizing six-digit Plus Codes. Google likewise began demonstrating the most recent updates and wellbeing guidance from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) and universal wellbeing specialists over its items and administrations including Google Search, Google Maps, and YouTube.

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