We have so many brilliant sports personalities in India who have set examples and left their mark in their respective sport. Their life story is so inspiring that Bollywood came up with movies to show the world, what these people went through to become the legends they are now.
There are many Biopic movies in Bollywood, but today I list down the top 5 inspiring sports Biopic movies in Bollywood that you must watch if you have not till now.
List of Top 5 Inspiring Sports Biopic Movies In Bollywood:
1. M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story:
This biopic is the life story of superstar cricketer M.S. Dhoni, starring Sushant Singh Rajput in the main lead. Sushant looks exactly like Dhoni. Whether it is the body language or the way of playing cricket, the personality, Sushant has lived up to the character so well that we felt as if it is Dhoni on screen. Sushant gave his best to imitate Dhoni by adapting all his styles of the cricketing shot.
The movie shows beautifully how this Ranchi lad M.S. Dhoni aspires to become a cricketer and play for India. However, for the sake of his father, he takes up a job in the Indian Railways but finally decides to chase his dreams.
This is one of the best sports biopic movies in Bollywood. The efforts of Sushant were so brilliant that after the release of this movie, everybody started seeing Dhoni in Sushant as well.
Along with Sushant, we see Disha Patani, Kiara Advani, and Anupam Kher in the leading roles. All these reasons are enough to make this movie one of the inspiring sports biopic movies in Bollywood.
Dangal is another inspiring sports biopic movies in Bollywood.
Dangal is the story of the Phogat family, where Mahavir Singh Phogat(Aamir Khan) trains his two daughters Geeta Phogat(Fatima Sana Shaikh) and Babita Phogat(Sanya Malhotra) to become the first female world-class wrestlers.
Aamir Khan, as usual, gave a brilliant performance and what impressed us more was his well-chiseled body while playing 20 years old and then a determined 60-year-old father who wanted his girls to bring Gold for India in the wrestling championship.
Child artiste Zaira Wasim won the National award for supporting actress for her beautiful playing young Geeta Phogat.