Biopic on former India women's cricket captain Jhulan Goswami to be developed, produced by Sony Pictures

The film will explore the inner and outer world of Goswami - the story of a little girl from Nadia in West Bengal who went on to become the highest wicket taker in international women's cricket.

PTI May 17, 2018 16:00:23 IST
Biopic on former India women's cricket captain Jhulan Goswami to be developed, produced by Sony Pictures

Mumbai: Sony Pictures International Productions, India has bought the rights for cricketer Jhulan Goswami's biopic.

The studio will develop and produce the film in partnership with Dunamis Entertainment, a press release said.

Biopic on former India womens cricket captain Jhulan Goswami to be developed produced by Sony Pictures

File image of Jhulan Goswami. AP

The film will explore the inner and outer world of Goswami - the story of a little girl from Nadia in West Bengal who went on to become the highest wicket taker in international women's cricket.

An inspiring story of the all-rounder and former skipper of the national team, the movie will highlight various spheres of her life - riddled with extreme hardships and massive achievements.

After 102 Not Out and Padman, the biopic is Sony Pictures India's latest project.

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