After the tremendous accomplishment of MS Dhoni’s biopic and Sachin Tendulkar’s narrative, everybody has been holding up to see increasingly biopics on the life of their most loved cricketers. In the event that most recent reports are to be trusted then the creation house, Alt Balaji, is arranging a biopic on the book, A Century isn’t Enough, about the cricketing profession of previous India skipper Sourav Ganguly.
The book was propelled two months back in a five-star lodging in Kolkata five-star inn. The book is co-created by the cricketer himself, which he calls as an “ordeal based book.” The book depends on his life-changing voyage from Kolkata’s Biren Roy Road to the overhang at Lord’s, and in the end, the Indian Premier League.
According to sources inside the creation house, the administration is right now in converses with the previous Indian captain. Rounds of talks were held with the cricketer when he was in Mumbai and after that again in Kolkata and according to sources Sourav is profoundly eager to see a celebrated Kolkata executive helming the venture, yet Ekta Kapoor needs a chief from Mumbai guiding it.
Regardless of whether the film will be a docu-show or a biopic, is up in the air by Sourav and the group, however it’s relatively sure that when the film sees the light of day, it will be shot in areas over the world, including the unbelievable Lord’s overhang, where the cricketer had his famous minute. Sourav Ganguly was cited by The Indian Express as saying, “I have had a couple of talks with Balaji, however, nothing is last yet. I’ll have more points of interest once we take this forward.” Stay tuned to this space for more updates.