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Kabir Khan on directing Ranveer Singh starrer 83

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Kabir Khan has begun readiness for his aspiring film 83 about Indian cricket group's first World Cup win and the producer says the test for him is to remain consistent with the genuine story but then make it locks in. The film annal India's 1983 Cricket World Cup win under Kapil Dev's captainship, when the group vanquished West Indies in the last to secure their first-since forever World Cup trophy.

"The most difficult thing around '83' is the manner by which to remain consistent with a famous occasion that everyone more than 40 has seen and recollects, everyone who is a cricket buff thinks about it. Step by step instructions to catch the vibe and remain consistent with precisely what occurred in the World Cup but recount the story engagingly," Kabir said.

The Bajrangi Bhaijaan executive said he needs to take into account two gatherings of people: one who thinks about the noteworthy occasion and the other, who don't know about how everything played out. "There are two groups of onlookers who are viewing. One gathering of people recalls that it, who saw it. They can disclose to you where there were when India won the World Cup. The other is the tremendous gathering of people, the young who just think about the win yet don't know how it happened. How we were the most underrated group on the planet, we were exemplary underdogs and individuals said for what reason were we even welcomed. It's an energizing story to tell the nation," he included.

The chief said it's miserable that there was less material on 1983 World Cup and he needed to visit the famous Lord's stadium in London to accumulate data. "It's most likely the best story I've heard in my life. Be that as it may, there's a deficiency of expounding on it. I needed to go to Lord's library and hunt every one of the books to at long last get all the material together. There's much less material composed on it regardless of the way that it was such a notorious crossroads ever of the nation."

Kabir was talking on the sidelines of the 'Word To Screen Market' — an activity by Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star.

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