Biopic Fever 2019: Ajay, Hrithik, Deepika, Madhavan, Shraddha, Vivek Set To Feature In These Mega Bollywood Biopics

    Biopic Fever 2019: Ajay, Hrithik, Deepika, Madhavan, Shraddha, Vivek Set To Feature In These Mega Bollywood Biopics

    Biopic Fever 2019: Ajay, Hrithik, Deepika, Madhavan, Shraddha, Vivek Set To Feature In These Mega Bollywood Biopics

    2019 has already seen the release of three prominent biopic affairs - Manikarnika - The Queen of Jhansi, Thackeray and The Accidental Prime Minister. While the Kangana Ranaut starrer has emerged as one of the highest grossing female centric film, Nawazuddin Siddiqui has scored his biggest solo grosser with Thackeray. As for Anupam Kher, he has enjoyed a good run too with The Accidental Prime Minister.


    However, it is just the beginning as there are many more biopic flicks that are lined up for arrival in 2019. Let's take a look.


    Hrithik Roshan's Super 30 - 26th July

    Originally supposed to release in the same weekend as Manikarnika and Thackeray, Sajid Nadiadwala's Super 30 has been pushed ahead by six months. Nonetheless, one indeed hopes that the wait is worth it since Hrithik Roshan is narrating the life and times of mathematician Anand Kumar who is still quite active in the world of education. The actor returns after Kaabil.


    Madhavan's Rocketry - The Nambi Effect - Summer 2019

    Based on the life of ISRO scientist S Nambi Narayanan who was falsely accused of espionage back in 1994, Rocketry - The Nambi Effect is being pitched as a 'space thriller' with Madhavan enacting the central part. This isn't all as he is also co-directing the film along with Ananth Narayan. The film's teaser has already been released in multiple languages and made a stir.


    Ajay Devgn and Saif Ali Khan's Taanaji – The Unsung Warrior - 22nd November

    Ajay Devgn has always been fascinated by epic dramas and one can expect him to fire all cylinders with Taanaji – The Unsung Warrior. As the title suggests, the film tells the story of an 'unsung warrior' names Tanaji Malusare. As per reports, Tanaji was a military leader in 17th-century Maratha Empire. With Saif Ali Khan as the antagonist, there would be fireworks galore.


    Vivek Oberoi's PM Narendra Modi - Release date TBD

    This one truly caught everyone by surprise. Right at the beginning of the year it was announced that Vivek Oberoi would be enacting the part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the namesake film. Omung Kumar [Mary Kom, Sarbjit] is at the helm of the affairs as the director and Sandeep Ssingh along with Suresh Oberoi are the producers. Can't wait to catch this one.


    Taapsee Pannu and Bhumi Pednekar's Womaniya - Release date TBD

    Last year Anurag Kashyap came up with Mukkabaaz and Manmarziyaan. Now for his next Womaniya, he is bringing back his Manmarziyaan leading lady Taapsee Pannu along with Bhumi Pednekar. The film is inspired by the life of India’s oldest shooters - Chandro Tomar and her sister-in-law Prakashi Tomar who started their career when in the 50s and are currently in 80s.


    Richa Chadha's Shakeela - Release date TBD

    For those who are aware of a parallel soft porn industry back in the 80s, name Shakeela would indeed ring a bell. If Vidya Balan played Silk Smitha in The Dirty Picture, it is time now for Richa Chadha to get into Shakeela's avtar for the namesake film. The film is being directed by Indrajit Lankesh and one can expect a colorful potrayal of the real life film personality.


    Deepika Padukone's Chapaak - Release date TBD

    Last year director Meghna Gulzar told the tale of Indian spy Sehmat in Raazi. Now in 2019 she would be narrating the tale of acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal with Chapaak. Deepika Padukone was last seen in Padmaavat and is now taking another biopic route with Chapaak that is expected to be a hard hitting drama which would make one sit up and notice.


    Shraddha Kapoor's Saina Nehwal biopic - Release date TBD

    Though the film has been announced for quite some time now, one waits to hear further progress on the film. Apparently, Shraddha Kapoor, the leading lady for the Saina Nehwal biopic, is spending quite some time prepping up for her part on the big screen. She has been meeting the badminton champion quite regularly and director Amol Gupte is quite pumped up as well.