R Balki: R Balki’s film Ghoomar is based on Para cricket star, Abhishek Bachchan will be seen in the role of a coach

Bollywood's famous film director R Balki has completed the shoot of his film 'Ghoomar'. The film is now on the post production stage

Raushan Kumar
Raushan Kumar

Bollywood’s famous film director R Balki has completed the shoot of his film ‘Ghoomar’. The film is now on the post production stage whose work is going on in full swing. The film is expected to release this year. Balki has high hopes from the film, along with this the star cast of the film is also looking very excited about it.

The film ‘Ghoomar’ is based on Para Sports

The film Ghoomar is a film based on Para Sports, in which the struggle of a Para Cricket player is shown. In the film, Abhishek Bachchan plays the lead character who has become the coach of a female para-cricket player. Whereas Angad Bedi will be seen playing the role of her love interest. So at the same time, actress Shabana Azmi is also in the lead role in this film. The film is inspired by the story of Karoly Takacs, a Hungarian right-handed shooter who won two Olympic gold medals despite losing the use of one hand.

Abhishek Bachchan will also be seen in this film

Actress Saiyami Kher is playing the role of Para sports player. Who is a left arm bowler. Talking about her character Saiyami says that. She has played cricket since childhood but this role was challenging as she plays a left arm bowler. It was very difficult for her to bowl left-handed because she has always played right-handed cricket.

In this film, along with Junior Bachchan, Saiyami Kher, actress Shabana Azmi is also going to be seen in the lead role. Talking about the challenges faced during the shooting of the film. Saiyami Kher says that ‘playing the character of a para athlete was very challenging. Para athletes have to fight for the small things in life which we often take for granted. Saiyami says that before the shooting of the film, she had never even paid attention to all these things. Although now she takes these things seriously. Sayami says that her struggle is nothing in front of the para athletes who come away with medals while playing for the country.

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