Biography of hockey legend Dhyan Chand has announced that Abhishek Chaubey will direct a film that will hit cinemas in 2022

A biopic about hockey legend Dhyan Chand has been announced and producer Ronnie Screwvala has roped in Abhishek Chaubey to direct the upcoming film scheduled to hit theaters in 2022. Supratik Sen and Abhishek write the film for one year now and the film has been canceled. in. The actors are yet to be finalized.

Expressing his excitement about the film, Abhishek said in a press statement, “Dhyan Chand is one of the greatest hockey players in the history of our national sport, and is proud to direct his biographical film. We had a lot of research material in hand, and honestly , every achievement of his life deserves a separate story in itself. I appreciate having a brilliant creative force like Ronnie Screwvala supporting the film, and we can’t wait to start next year. Hoping to announce the lead soon. “

Dhyan Chand was celebrated as “The Wizard” and represented the Indian hockey team from 1925 to 1949. He scored over 1500 goals in the 185 matches he played as a center forward during his international career, which includes three Olympic gold medals in 1928, 1932 and 1936. He was congratulated with the Padma Bhushan in 1956 and his birthday on 29 August, is celebrated as the National Sports Day.

Ronnie called Dhyan Chand the ‘biggest icon of Indian sports’ and said, “Considering the size and grandeur of Dhyan Chand’s life achievements, I feel there could be no one better than Abhishek to direct the film and it is an absolute pleasure to collaborate with him again after Sonchiriya.Dhyan Chand is the biggest icon of Indian sports about which the contemporary youth unfortunately does not know much.There could be no greater underlying story than that of Dhyan Chand and I can’t wait to bring this film to the public. “

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Padma Bhushan’s son Dhyan Chand, Ashok Kumar – an Olympic medalist and winning scorer in the 1975 Hockey World Cup – is thrilled to bring his father’s story to the forefront. “There is no better hockey player in the world so far as three-time Olympic gold medalist Dhyan Chand. When Rohit Vaid (co-producer) approached me with the desire to make a film about my father, I immediately attracted his intensity and passion for the project. Dhyan Chand and his achievements will be seen by the world and my family and I am thrilled to be a part of this ”.

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