Biopics like 'Dhoni' and '83'

Life of former Indian skippers MS Dhoni and Kapil Dev have done mighty well at the Box-Office.

A video of former Indian cricketer Yograj Singh

Been making rounds on the internet, where he revealed his plans of making a biopic on his son Yuvraj Singh, who is hailed as one of the finest white-ball cricketers to have ever played for the Indian cricket team.

Yograj Singh Revealed His Plans For Yuvi's Biopic

In a conversation with one of the renowned news portals, Yograj Singh revealed that the biopic of his son Yuvraj has been in the pre-production phase. He revealed that the makers of the movie are pitching to create the film at the Hollywood level.

Many ace directors and South filmmakers will be putting their paws on the film.

Not only this, it will be released in almost every language and will be a pan-India movie.The movie is expected to go on the floors this year, that is 2023, as disclosed by Yograj Singh.

Inspiring Journey Of Yuvraj Singh

One of the most dangerous left-handed batters to ever represent India, Yuvraj was involved in several iconic and memorable wins for the Indian cricket team. Born in Chandigarh, Yuvraj soon made a name for himself in the domestic arena. He was also named player of the tournament during the 2000 Under-19 World Cup won by team India.

In 2002, Yuvi played one of the finest knocks under pressure against the England

Series decider at Lords to announce his arrival at the biggest stage. He smashed 69 off 63 balls and helped his side to a famous series victory on English soil.

In the 2007 T20 World Cup

Yuvraj stitched history after he smashed Stuart Broad for six-sixes in an over and helped team India to win that game. Team India also went on to win that inaugural T20 World Cup.

Yuvraj Singh's best performance

Came during the 2011 World Cup when he was also adjudged player of the tournament. He played a crucial role in India's success in the tournament. Later, it came to know that the star batter was battling a cancerous tumor in his left lung while he was playing in the World Cup tournament. After getting diagnosed with the disease, he underwent chemotherapy in Boston and made a comeback to the Indian side.