4 Indians On Whom Biopics Should Be Made

Bollywood industry has started making biopics on people and the response from the audience is very good. Bollywood is striving more towards making and focusing on the real-life stories. Biopics are made on people who have done something which is extraordinary either for themselves or for the country, in the right or wrong way.

There are people whose lives are buried in the mystery on whom a biopic should be made.

Here are some names:

1) Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi:

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He is till now Indian Cricket Team’s youngest captain ever. Pataudi married the most attractive woman at that time, Sharmila Tagore, who gave birth to ‘Saif Ali Khan’ and ‘Soha Ali Khan’. Mansoor Ali Khan was a fantastic cricketer, came from a royal family but his privileges were taken away after the independence era. We think that he deserves a biopic, since he has a lot to tell.

2) Divya Bharti:

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She was a very successful actress in her times, she got married to ‘Sajid Nadiadwala’. But the actress committed suicide under mysterious circumstances. Many people from the industry, fans and the audiences are still waiting for an answer to her death mystery.

3) AR Rahman:

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AR Rahman’s journey will inspire each and every person to come and watch the movie. A simple boy from Tamil Nadu, he converted to Islam, as he had his own reasons too. He became the youngest music director at the age of 16. Music was his only bread and butter. Till now he is one of the best music directors in the Bollywood industry, went on to win an Oscar.

4) Lalit Modi:

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This man deserves a biopic, very few people know about him. His rise in Rajasthan politics and the rise of ‘Godfrey Philips India’ one of the largest cigarette manufacturers. His story revolves around the starting of ‘IPL’ in India, betting allegations, expulsion from BCCI. All this would collectively make up a thriller drama and people would know what had actually happened.

Whose biopic are you waiting for?

Samyak Sheth
Samyak Sheth

A traveller and journalist who views the world wearing multi-coloured goggles. He believes that life is to live not to survive.

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