Guwahati, September 3, 2019:
Badminton’s ‘golden girl’ PV Sindhu, reportedly wants Bollywood diva Deepika Padukone to her her in a biopic about her life.
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A new biopic on the newly-crowned World Champion is reportedly on the cards. In a recent interview, the sensation from Hyderabad expressed a desire to see the leggy lass from Bangalore, Deepika, play her, as she is a good actress.
It may be mentioned here that Deepika, who is the daughter of former badminton Champion, Prakash Padukone, has played the game at a competitive level herself.
Meanwhile, Deepika is currently shooting for Kabir Khan’s ’83’ which is based on India’s historic upset against a dominant West Indies team in the 1983 Cricket World Cup.
Recently, Sindhu scripted history by becoming the first Indian to clinch Gold at the World Badminton Championship held at Basel, Switzerland. Beating her opponent Nozomi Okuhara of Japan for 21-7 in the Women’s Singles Final, PV Sindhu created history and carved India’s mark at the international level.
Expressing her joy at the historic win, the badminton queen thanked the crowd for supporting her. She also mentioned that the moment was extremely important for her as it came after losing to Okuhara for the past two years.
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