Sourav Ganguly confirms Bollywood biopic on his life, Ranbir Kapoor likely to play lead

Sourav Ganguly confirms Bollywood biopic on his life, Ranbir Kapoor prone to play lead

Present BCCI president and former Crew India captain Sourav Ganguly has confirmed {that a} Bollywood biopic on his life is within the works.

In response to a report within the News18, Ganguly gave his permission to shoot his biopic and a giant banner-production home with a price range of round Rs 200 to Rs 250 crore is being thought-about.

“Sure, I’ve agreed to the biopic. It is going to be in Hindi however it isn’t potential to say the title of the director now. It should take a couple of extra days for arranging every little thing,” Ganguly advised News18.

File image of BCCI president Sourav Ganguly. Sportzpics

File picture of BCCI president Sourav Ganguly. Sportzpics

Ganguly additionally added {that a} script is being written and a manufacturing home already had a number of conferences with the previous cricketer.

Relating to the actor who will play Ganguly on display screen, the report states that Ranbir Kapoor is the primary alternative. Ganguly has already talked about Ranbir’s title however there are two extra actors on the listing as effectively.

Ganguly’s biopic is newest one in providing after a string of movies on former cricketers. MS Dhoni’s biopic, directed by Neeraj Pandey was launched in 2016 and it was a giant box-office hit. A movie was additionally made on former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin.

Indian cricket workforce’s 1983 World Cup victory can also be in manufacturing with Ranveer Singh taking part in the function of Kapil Dev.

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