Shubman Gill
India’s Shubman Gill plays a shot during the third Twenty20 international cricket match against New Zealand at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on February 1, 2023. With the unbeaten 126, he joined the club of Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Suresh Raina and Virat Kohli and became the fifth Indian to score centuries in all three formats Image Credit: AFP

Indian batsman Shubhman Gill who is known for scoring centuries in all formats is now all set to woo the audience with his voice. Yes, you read it right.

The Indian batter will lend his voice to Indian Spider-Man Pavitr Prabhakar in the Hindi and Punjabi versions of the upcoming Sony Pictures' animated film Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.

Sharing the update, Shubhman took to Instagram and wrote, "Shub-Man is now Spider-Man! Thrilled to give my voice for the Indian Spider-Man, Pavitr Prabhakar in Spider-Man: Across the #SpiderVerse. Trailer dropping soon! Get ready for some web-slinging action."

The news has left his fans excited. "Leaving the mark in every field," a social media user commented. "Wohooo super excited," another one wrote.

Excited about it, Gill further said, "I have grown up watching Spider-Man, and he is one of the most relatable superheroes. Since the movie will be debuting the Indian Spider-Man for the first time on screen, getting to be the voice of our Indian Spider-Man, Pavitr Prabhakar, in the Hindi and Punjabi languages was such a remarkable experience for me. Already, I feel superhuman. I am eagerly anticipating the release of this movie."

Shony Panjikaran, General Manager and Head of Sony Pictures Releasing International (SPRI) India, added, "June 2 will indeed be a momentous occasion for all Spider-Man fans across the country, and we are sure that everyone will shower the same love on this film as they did on 'Spider-Man: No Way Home'. We are so excited to collaborate with Shubman Gill, as he's not only a youth icon but also a true hero, having represented our country so well in international cricket while enthralling millions of fans with his on-ground heroics."