Bhuvneshwar Kumar is one of India’s best swing bowlers but unfortunately, the 30-year old has been out of action for a long time now. The pacer has been riddled with the injuries in last 2-3 year. He also underwent a hernia operation recently before the CoViD-19 breakout further delayed his international return.
Recently in webinar organised by GainAccess Sports & Entertainment and SportzPower, Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar revealed a number of plans he has made for himself after Cricket resumes finally.
The 30-year old wishes to open a Sports Academy in a city that has given him a lot. “I want to open an academy in Meerut because it has given me so much. I just want to give it back to the people over there. That is something I am going to do for sure,” Bhuvi said.
In an interesting take, Bhuvneshwar Kumar also revealed the name of actor, who thinks should playhis role in his biopic. “Once somebody suggested that Rajkumar Rao has a lot of similarities with me in terms of physical appearance. So he could play my role in my biopic,” said Bhuvneshwar.
Biopics are currently trending in the Indian Cinema. Over the past few years, we have seen many biopics being released depicting the life of many sport personalities on the bigscreen.
The range of these biopics covers from the legend Milkha Singh’s Biopic- Bhag Milkha Bhag to MS Dhoni’s- MS Dhoni-The Untold Story to Mary Kom to Soorma to Dangal and the upcoming 1983, which is based on India’s Victory in 1983 World Cup.
A biopic basically dramatizes the life of a real person with all the glamour of a feature film. All these biopics portrayed the life of legendary athletes quite well to connect with the feelings of billions of hearts. More importantly, they proved to be great commercial hits to keep motivating the producers to bring more of such real-life stories.
In the meantime, the pacer also reflected on his journey and his learnings from his International cricket so far. “When you are young, you just cannot think anything beyond cricket. But as you grow older, you get to learn that cricket is just a part of your journey,” said the right-arm pacer.