We all love watching sports biopics, don’t we? From M.S. Dhoni to Milkha Singh to Mary Kom, we have all been fans of sportspersons and wish to know their untold story. And we got to watch their biopics. Now, the much-awaited story of the Prince of Kolkata, one of the most successful Indian captains, biopic of Sourav Ganguly may come into picture soon.
Yes, you heard it right. Luv Films yesterday announced that they would be making Sourav Ganguly’s biopic, and the movie will display his entire journey. All the cricket fans will agree that Sourav Ganguly will always remain special for the Indian team.
Additionally, Ganguly, currently the President of BCCI, said that he is really happy about the making of his biopic. Moreover, he also took the announcement to Twitter and shared his love for the game.
Luv Films Are Looking Forward To A Great Innings With Sourav’s Biopic
Even the producers of the film could not stop themselves from announcing the happiness of producing this biopic. They said that they are honoured to have the opportunity to make the biopic of Dada. And are looking forward to the same. The decision on the actors for the movie will happen soon.
The fans call him Dada and love the man who took India to the world cup finals in 2003 in South Africa. Besides, the cricket world also considers him as one of the most distinguished captains of the Indian cricket team. Additionally, how can cricket fans forget that moment in Lords, the 2002 victory?
With all the things that happened during his captaincy reign, the biopic of Sourav Ganguly is sure to give some thrill, and an experience cricket fans may never forget.
The makers of the movie, Luv Ranjan and Ankur Garg, are excited to produce the much-awaited film. Additionally, many hit Bollywood films like Malang, Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety have also been made by Luv Films.
Sourav Ganguly bid goodbye to his cricket career in 2008, but his legacy has stayed with the Indian Cricket team. With his involvement in cricket as the BCCI President, Dada is making sure that his love for the game is still breathing, one way or the other.
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