Ranveer Singh To Meet 1983 Cricket World Cup Players
Mumbai, Sep 25 (IANS) Actor Ranveer Singh, who has been locked to play Kapil Dev in a movie on the 1983 cricket World Cup, will meet the team which won the trophy that year. The former India skipper will be part of the meet on Wednesday too.
In 1983, India won its first cricket World Cup against the West Indies. Dev served as the captain of the Indian cricket team then.
The film is being directed by Kabir Khan and produced by Phantom Films. Its scripting is finished.
“It’s a great feeling to start work on this incredible story of the Indian cricket team of 1983. We are feeling very blessed that we are starting this journey along with the heroes of 1983. We are thankful to all the players for taking out time from their schedules and joining us for this event,” Madhu Mantena, co-founder of Phantom Films, said in a statement.
The venue of the meet is yet to be finalised.
Apart from Ranveer, no other cast members have been announced so far, but the announcement of the project has piqued the interest of cricket fans as well as movie buffs.
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