Interesting People Whose Lives Are The Perfect Subject For A Movie

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Sometimes the lives of some people are so interesting and full of colours that you cannot help but be intrigued by it. Some humans are real-life heroes or villains or simply a perfect shade of grey which makes their life perfect for the silver screen.

We think these four interesting personalities are those on whose life a biopic can be made on. They were famous, full of ups and downs and really interesting.

Khushwant Singh:

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Who does not know the famous writer, Khushwant Singh who was famous for his humour and sarcasm. His works are still fresh in the minds of the readers. Many of his books revolve around the partition of India and Pakistan, and his life too. His books like The Company Of Women & Train To Pakistan are some of the favourites.  The audience would love to watch the biopic on this famous novelist.

Barun Biswas:

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This person deserves a biopic. Many people don’t know about him. He was a school teacher and a social activist in, Sutia, in West Bengal. Barun Biswas fought against the local gang, who use to rape and terrorize the people of his village. Biswas even got them arrested. This is a heroic act, and suddenly things went haywire when some of the members got out on bail, shot Barun Biswas. He lost his life in saving the life and dignity of other people.

Bhaichung Bhutia:

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He was one of the best footballers in India, such is his story. Bhutia comes from a very simple family, his parents were farmers. Bhutia was an athlete since a young age. But his parents were not keen on his interests in sports. Life is meant to be unpredictable or else it is not life. When Bhutia’s father passed away, and he received a scholarship for football at that time. From there onwards there is was no stopping for the sportsman.

Sushil Kumar:

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Sushil Kumar is the only Indian to achieve two individual Olympic medals. This wrestler did not have an easy life and has come a long way, his story is moving. His family was so poor that they could not afford his and his brother’s training. After that, his brother had to stop training for obvious reasons. Sushil Kumar could not even afford proper dietary supplements which are required during and after the training. This is the story of Freestyle Wrestler which should be told to the people of India. He won against all odds.

How much do you know about the lives of these four people?

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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