New Delhi: Neeraj Chopra, who won gold in Tokyo Olympics from India’s side, says that he wants to win a few more medals before taking his life on screen as it will ensure that his film becomes a hit.
When will Neeraj Chopra’s biopic be made?
Ever since Haryana’s javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra won the country’s first Olympic gold medal in the track and field event, talks have been rife about his life being made into a film and he is being asked who his character will be on screen. Might play well, but Chopra says his focus is still sports.
‘Don’t want the movie to flop’
Neeraj Chopra said in ‘Times Now Summit 2021’, ‘I have been offered for the film but I think what I have achieved is just the beginning. This was my first Olympics. I want to win more medals. I don’t want the movie to flop.
‘I have yet to win more medals’
‘Golden Boy’ Neeraj Chopra said, ‘If I can win more medals then I think the film will be a hit again. Right now my entire focus is on sports, I haven’t thought about Bollywood.
Will there be a biopic of PR Sreejesh?
Indian hockey player and goalkeeper of the historic Olympic bronze medal winning team PR Sreejesh also revealed that he too has been offered a film based on his life. He said, ‘Yes, I was also offered for the biopic and talks are on.’