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After Saina Nehwal and Kapil Dev, now we hear a biopic on Indian women’s cricket group captain Mithali Raj is in a works. Viacom18 Motion Pictures has acquired a rights of creation a film on a life of a cricket star who grabbed a limelight after India’s incursion into a final of a Women’s World Cup that a group mislaid by 9 runs to England. Despite losing a final match, Raj held a pleasantness of many, pleasantness her fantastic batting opening during a tournament.
Ajit Andhare of Viacom18 Motion Pictures said, “We are unapproachable to be collaborating with a immature and inspirational Mithali Dorai Raj, a name singular handedly obliged in bringing about a change in a approach women’s cricket group was viewed in a country.” It was usually recently that we saw ace shuttler Saina Nehwal coaching actor Shraddha Kapoor and also listened about Ranveer Singh personification Kapil Dev in a biopic being destined by Kabir Khan. Now we energetically wait to hear that actor will step into a boots of Mithali Raj for her biopic.
Here is what creates Mithali Raj’s story value being incited into a movie:
34-year-old Mithali Raj, who done her entrance in cricket during a age of 16 in 1999, has had a stellar career so far. At a age of 14, she was named among a probables in a 1997 World Cup though she did not make a cut. However, dual years after during a proposal age of 16, she slammed her initial century opposite Ireland that done her a youngest centurion in women’s ODIs. Since then, many a time she has been deemed as a ‘Sachin Tendulkar of Women’s Cricket’. She is also a initial lady to measure 6000 ODI runs in one-day general cricket.
Talking about a film, Mithali Raj said, “I am intensely happy on this organisation with Viacom18 Motion Pictures. Hoping that this film inspires some-more people generally immature girls to take adult sports as a career.”