Parineeti Chopra’s upcoming sports activities biopic Saina, primarily based on former world no 1 badminton participant and Olympics bronze medallist Saina Nehwal’s life has bought a launch date. T-Sequence on Tuesday morning took to Twitter to announce that the movie will launch just below a month’s time. The manufacturing home wrote, “Presenting the inspiring story of certainly one of India’s best athletes, #Saina. In cinemas on twenty sixth March.”
The makers of the movie additionally launched the movie’s video teaser, which Parineeti shared on her social media platforms. The teaser offers us glimpses into the badminton champ’s life and the way she took up the game early on in her life, when she was a small woman, and the way India cheered for her as she participated in worldwide tournaments.
The long-in-the-making biopic on ace shuttler Saina Nehwal is directed by Amole Gupte. The filmmaker has helmed motion pictures corresponding to Stanley Ka Dabba and Hawa Hawaai prior to now.
Presenting the inspiring story of certainly one of India’s best athletes, #Saina. In cinemas on twenty sixth March.@ParineetiChopra @NSaina #AmoleGupte @Manavkaul19 @eshannaqvi #BhushanKumar @deepabhatia11 @sujay_jairaj @raseshtweets #KrishanKumar @AmaalMallik @manojmuntashir @kunaalvermaa77 pic.twitter.com/hy4de3MWQS
— T-Sequence (@TSeries) March 2, 2021
The movie was initially purported to function Shraddha Kapoor as Saina. The actor had aced the look check and had reportedly began coaching beneath Indian workforce head coach Pullela Gopichand for over a month-and-a-half to get into the position of the badminton participant. After intensive coaching, Shraddha had began filming the film too in September 2018, nevertheless it was stalled as she was recognized with dengue. Then, in early 2019, T-Sequence had introduced that Parineeti Chopra had changed Shraddha within the biopic.
The movie’s 2020 launch needed to be pushed due to the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, due to which all cinema-halls needed to be closed down as India went right into a lockdown.
Speaking about how she was getting ready for the movie, Parineeti had earlier stated in a press release, “I used to be dying to do a sports-based movie. It is part of my character as an actor that I’ve by no means explored, and I’m so joyful that I get to painting a powerful and highly effective woman like Saina. She has put our nation on the world map, and I excited to place in all of the coaching and laborious work that comes with studying the sport of Badminton and portraying Saina on display screen.”
For the biopic, Parineeti has been religiously studying the sport. She had shared that she was enjoying badminton for 2 hours on daily basis to and coaching for an hour at the very least to sport an athlete physique and perspective.