Indian legendary batsman, Sunil Gavaskar feels a biopic on him won’t be interesting at all, as he is a leading a very normal life, which doesn’t have much spice. Gavaskar was considered as the gold dust of Test match batting during his heydays. He was the first batsman in Tests to score 10,000 runs and also cross the 30-century mark. He ended up with 34 Test centuries.
Gavaskar revealed whether a biopic should be made on him or not. “I am really not interested in making a biopic on me. I have a very regular, normal routine life. As an audience, even I do not want to watch it on-screen. Why would people do that then? I was approached with the proposal of a biopic a few times, but I think my life is not interesting for a biopic,” Gavaskar told IANS.
He had also met Bollywood director, Kabir Khan a while back, who is making a biopic on Kapil Dev ‘1983’ starring Ranveer Singh.The Indian legens said, “Yes, I met Kabir and the kind of conversation that we have regarding the making of the film was more to do with the era of that World Cup Tournament… The journey of the team up to that match. We had a conversation on that regards.”
“But I think we will meet again to share inputs little later,” added Gavaskar.