People in India are always interested to see what happens in another person’s life, especially if that person is really famous. Most of the times, biopics have been a hit at the box office and have rarely failed.
These interesting people are the ones whose lives should be shown on screen. It will make the viewers wait eagerly for the film’s release.
Some of the people whose lives were and are biopic-worthy:
Recently, Gauri Lankesh, a respected high-profile journalist was murdered outside her house. The case is still ongoing and several arrests have been made, but many people have the idea of who can be the perpetrator behind this, but they’re not caught. It is said the people behind her murder were members of an extremist Hindu group as she was against the ‘right wing’.
His contribution to the Bollywood industry is magical. How he grew up while his family faced massive financial issues and how Satyajit Ray was just 3 when his father passed away. He is till now also considered the best filmmaker the Indian cinema had. The movie depicting Ray’s journey would be captivating for the audience. It was his vision that surpassed every boundary and made him famous.
One of the most controversial novelists in the world, Rushdie is almost one of the most read. Currently residing in UK, and always living in an imminent threat to his life due to his works, Rushdie has been praised for ‘Midnight’s Children’ which was a huge success in his career. The most controversial work of his life is ‘The Satanic Verses’, in 1989, this was when the Supreme Leader of Iran, ‘Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini’ issued a ‘Fatwa’ against him, calling for his assassination.
Yogendra Singh Yadav:
Do you know who he is? Yadav is the youngest person in India to achieve the ‘Param Vir Chakra’ at the age of 19. Yogendra Singh Yadav’s work and efficiency during the 1999’s, Kargil War was commendable. During the war, 14 bullets were fired at the soldier, at that time survival is the only aim, he did that, neutralizing the ‘Tiger Hills’ and apart from that killing 8 enemy soldiers. A biopic on this soldier would be a treat to the cinema and such a proud moment for the audiences.
Which biopic are you looking forward to?