1. Virender Sehwag-
Sehwag is also known as Nawab, but when he batted, he tried to score very fast and finished the match quickly. When he started playing a bowler, he could be Shoaib Akhtar or Brett Lee, he had no idea that his goal was to target anyone who bowled in front of him. If a biopic is released on Sehwag’s life, I am sure it will be the most entertaining.
2. Rahul Dravid-
He is a player who is known for his peace and gentleness not only in India but all over the world. Dravid has been one of the most technically skilled players in the team and there have been instances where he has saved the team and never taken credit for it.
In fact, he announced his resignation without addressing any media conference. When the Indian team collided with the foreign Dravid, it lengthened like a wall. In his biopic, he will partner with popular movement VVS Laxman. And his biopic should be titled “The Wall”.
3. Sourav Ganguly-
Sourav Ganguly captained the Indian team which taught the Indian team how to win an aggressive match. Sourav Ganguly took over the captaincy when former India captain Mohammad Azordin was accused of match-fixing. This was the time when Indians were angry about cricket. Ganguly avoided these things and focused on cricket and taught Indians how to win overseas. Harbhajan Singh Yuvraj Singh Zaheer Khan was made like Varinder Sehwag under the Ganguly gems of Indian cricket. If the film is based on Ganguly as seen in the 2002 series, when India won at the Lords, it would be a good poster.
4. Gautam Gambhir-
The Delhi boy who helped India win the T20 World Cup as well as the ODI World Cup is his best since the 2011 World Cup.
5. Yuvraj Singh-
Who can forget Yuvraj Singh’s six sixes off six balls. At the time, Stuart Broad’s last match was seen by Stuart Broad as Stuart Little Imagine, if a film was ever made on the life of Yuvraj Singh. The film will be the most iconic. Fighting cancer, Yuvraj Singh won the T20 World Cup as well as contributed a lot to the ODI World Cup.