Harmanpreet Kaur said -“If there is any proposal about my biopic in future, I will think about it”

Harmanpreet Kaur said -“If there is any proposal about my biopic in future, I will think about it”. As for a potential biopic, Harmanpreet Kaur says she will “think” about it.

Kaur, the captain of the India women’s team, claimed that biopics of famous women in cricket’motivate’ young girls to pursue sports as a long-term vocation. As she visited a fashion exhibition in Kolkata on Saturday, the captain added another hint about a potential biography of her.

The 33 year old used the movie Shabaash Mithu as an example to show how biopics affect the younger generation. The former Indian cricket team captain Mithali Raj is the subject of the movie, which is a biography of her. Raj was portrayed in the film by Taapsee Pannu.

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There is money and fame if you excel : Harmanpreet Kaur

“Films such as ‘Shabaash Mithu’ motivate young girls to become cricketers or take up other sports as a career. We know how much hard work goes behind realizing one’s dreams. Such movies help the cause of women’s cricket in India. The mindset of parents has changed. Women can now take up sports as a career. There is money and fame if you excel. Acceptance for sportswomen has increased substantially,”

Harmanpreet said.

She also added that she would ponder over the possibility of her biopic when asked by one of the journalists present at the event. “If there is any proposal in the future, I will think about it. But as of now, I haven’t really thought about it,”

Skipper added.

Harmanpreet has made a significant contribution to the national team by playing a crucial part on multiple times during important matches. During her time thus far, she has played in three tests, 124 ODIs, and 137 T20Is while representing the Indian side. The 33 year old has also amassed 2694 runs in T20I, including one century and eight half centuries, and 3322 runs in ODI, with five centuries and 17 half centuries.

The BCCI recently declared the “pay equity policy” for contracted Indian women cricketers, according to which the players would get salaries on par with those of the men’s side. Fans and members of the cricketing community praised the historic decision to advance gender equality.

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