M.S. Dhoni biopic is all set to release on 30th september 2016. All Dhoni fans out there, it’s a must watch movie. It depicts the life’s struggle of cricket star Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
From a small town boy to the Indian cricket captain, that’s what we call a self-made man. The movie shows the struggle he had gone through his life to reach at that position and also depicts his love life with happy ending.
The film is directed by Neeraj Pandey that cast Kiara Advani as Sakshi Singh Dhoni and Anupam Kher as his father.
It was the moment when M.S. Dhoni seen his biopic and his reaction was described by SSR in an interview with leading entertainment portal “I don’t know about Sakshi, and if she has, I was not there. But yes Dhoni has watched it. He was very moved by it and he didn’t anything for about good 20 minutes and smiled all through. And then we met for the trailer launch, and since he’s promoting the film. It means that he really loved the movie. And also I remember, four or five months into the preparation, when I was meeting in Ranchi, I showed him my training video, he was looking at it with a smile and it felt like magic.”
SSR also shared the experience of his training period: “I was training for this film for good 12 to 14 months. During that period, I’ve met him thrice. It was in three phases actually. Whenever I was free in between those days and I structured the preparation in that way, that I was not wasting his and my time. The first time I just asked him to tell me his story. He was talking and I was just listening and recording things. The second time was when after four and five months went into preparation, I was asking him questions and he was answering. And also I remember, I came up with some 250 hypothetical and multiple-choice questions that what if this happens what will you do and he was not allowed to think through, so it was just his instincts. And the third time, when we met, was just for the script so that we know this has happened.”
Sushant talks about the moment of his college days when he use to bunk the class to see India-Pakistan match: “It was when we met for the second or third time in Amby and I had been a big fan. I remember I was in my fist semester in college and we had our semester exams and I bunked that just because of India-Pakistan match. I walked out of my college and went to a pool joint which had a TV. I saw him for the first time and he was full attitude, swag, and long hair and he made 140 runs! In 2006, another match was happening in Mohali and I did everything to get a picture. Here, when I was supposed to meet him and he had to answer my questions, and in between our conversation I asked him, ‘how do you hold the bat’ and he is teaching me his style and I’m just looking at him. And I was like this is for real.”
We all are ready to see the inspiring journey of M.S. Dhoni from Ticket Collector in railways to the Captain of Indian Cricket team.
M.S.Dhoni – The Untold Story is really gonna be an inspiration to many youth out there.