15 Best Hindi Dubbed Animation Movies of All Time

We grew up watching animated cartoons, TV shows, and movies, but the truth is that we still enjoy them now that we are older. We all have favorite animated characters and films, and the memories of them are still vivid in our minds. Today’s animated films are more precise and have better graphics, which improves the movie-going experience. Here is the list of 15 Best Hindi Dubbed Animation movies of all time:

Also Read: 15 Best Indian Animated Movies Of All Time That You Need To Check Out

1. Finding Nemo

Andrew Stanton directed this adventure film. Marlin, an overprotective ocellaris clownfish, embarks on a quest for his kidnapped son Nemo with the help of a blue tang fish named Dory. The underwater animations are breathtaking to behold.
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2. The Lion king

The Lion King is a 2019 American computer-animated musical drama film directed and produced by Jon Favreau and produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Fairview Entertainment. It was written by Jeff Nathanson and produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Fairview Entertainment.
Simba, who idolizes his father, King Mufasa, and takes his own regal destiny on the African plains to heart, is the protagonist of the film. However, not everyone in the kingdom is overjoyed about the advent of the new cub. Scar, Mufasa’s younger brother and erstwhile heir to the kingdom have his own intentions. Betrayal, sorrow, and drama abound in the battle for Pride Rock, finally leading to Simba’s exile. Simba must now figure out how to grow up and reclaim what is properly his, with the help of a particular pair of newfound buddies.

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3. The Incredibles

Brad Bird directed this superhero film.  It is set in an alternate 1960s reality and follows the Parrs, a superhero family who hides their superpowers to comply with government regulations and blend in with the quiet suburbs. However, Mr. Incredible has a proclivity for assisting others, which leads to a confrontation with a vengeful fan-turned-enemy and his killer robot. It’s extremely clever and enjoyable. One of the Hindi Dubbed Animation movies is The Incredibles.
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4.
Ratatouille 

Brad Bird directed the film, which is a comedy. The name is a reference to a French meal of stewed vegetables. It is served towards the film’s conclusion, and it also refers to the protagonist, Remy, a rat who enjoys cooking. He aspires to be a chef one day and joins forces with Linguini, a young garbage boy in a Parisian restaurant, to achieve that objective. It’s both amusing and delightful.
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5. Frozen

Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee direct this musical fantasy. The Snow Queen, a story by Hans Christian Andersen, served as inspiration. The story follows a brave princess who embarks on an adventure journey with an iceman, a reindeer, and a snowman in order to find her estranged sister, who is responsible for the kingdom’s perpetual winter. The film is remarkable because of its excellent images and music.
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6. Despicable Me

Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud helm this comedy. Gru, a villain who adopts three girls from a shelter home, and Vector, Gru’s competitor who steals the Great Pyramid of Giza, kick off the plot. When Gru learns of it, he feels threatened and decides to take the moon. But time and love have an effect on him. It’s rather shocking because it’s chock-full of jokes and charming minion characters.
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7. Zootopia

Byron Howard and Rich Moore directed this buddy cop comedy. Judy Hopps, a bunny cop, and Nick Wilde, a red fox, are the protagonists, who investigate a plan involving the disappearance of predators in a mammal-populated metropolis. It’s a good combination of thought-provoking and humorous material.
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8. Monsters, Inc

Monsters, Inc. (Monsters, Inc.) is a 2001 computer-animated monster comedy film directed by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures.

Monsters Incorporated is the world’s largest scare factory, and one of its top scarers is James P. Sullivan (John Goodman). With blue fur, massive purple spots, and horns, Sullivan is a huge, scary creature. Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal), a green, outspoken, feisty little one-eyed monster, is his fright helper, best buddy, and roommate. Boo (Mary Gibbs), a small girl who goes where no human has gone before, pays a visit from the human realm.

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9. Moana

Ron Clements and John Musker directed this musical adventure film. Moana, the daughter of a Polynesian village chief, is the protagonist of the novel. The ocean has chosen her to reunite TeFiti, a goddess, with a supernatural item. When the island is struck by blight, Moana sets sail to find Maui, a demigod, in order to return TeFiti’s heart and save the people.
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10. Coco

Lee Unkrich directed this fantasy picture. Miguel, a twelve-year-old boy, ends up in the Land of the Dead by accident. He enlists the assistance of his late great-great-grandfather, who also happens to be a musician, in order to return to the living world.
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11. The Jungle Book

Jon Favreau directed and produced The Jungle Book, a 2016 American adventure drama film written by Justin Marks and produced by Walt Disney Pictures.

When the terrible tiger Shere Khan (Idris Elba) unleashes his powerful roar, Mowgli (Neel Sethi), who has been raised by a family of wolves since birth, is forced to flee his sole home. The little boy meets a variety of jungle animals, including a slithery python and a smooth-talking ape, while being guided by a no-nonsense panther (Ben Kingsley) and a free-spirited bear (Bill Murray). As his epic voyage of self-discovery leads to joy and adventure, Mowgli learns crucial life lessons along the way.

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12. Tangled

Nathan Greno and Byron Howard directed this musical adventure flick. The plot centers around Rapunzel, a lost princess with magically long golden hair who appears in German fairy tales. Against her mother’s objections, she wishes to leave her solitary tower. She enlists the assistance of an invader to travel into the unknown.
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13.  Toy Story 3

Lee Unkrich directed this comic drama. Andy’s toys, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and their buddies, are mistakenly donated to a daycare center and attempt to return home. It’s a rollercoaster of emotions!
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14. Up

Pete Docter directs another comic drama. Carl Fredricksen, an elderly widower, embarks on a South American expedition in the hopes of reaching Paradise Falls, a dream destination of his late wife. The film emphasises the importance of appreciating what one has. UP is without a doubt one of the most gorgeous animated films ever made.
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15. Wall-E

Andrew Stanton directed this science fiction picture. It follows the narrative of a trash compactor robot who is charged with cleaning up an abandoned city. Later, a probe pays him a visit, and he falls in love with it. There is a strong message against contemporary issues including garbage management, consumerism, environmental effect, and so on. Wall-E is widely regarded as the best science fiction animated picture ever made.
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