Cricketer Sandeep Patil pens emotional letter for actor son Chirag Patil
Right after the announcement that Chirag Patil will be playing Sandeep Patil in Ranveer Singh's 83', Sandeep Patil wrote a heartwarming letter to the son as it was an emotional moment for the former cricketer.
Recently Kabir Khan announced that Chirag Patil will be essaying the role of his father Sandeep Patil in the movie 83.
Right after the announcement, Sandeep Patil wrote a heartwarming letter to the son as it was an emotional moment since his son would be playing his role.
Chirag took to his twitter handle and shared the handwritten letter from the father saying, " I had to share this
A Letter From Dad
Thank you so much Baba
@IamChiragpatil #SandeepPatil @RanveerOfficial @kabirkhankk @RelianceEnt #MadhuMantena @vishinduri @83thefilm #Relive83 #CastOf83"
I had to share this— Chirag Patil (@IamChiragpatil) February 4, 2019
A Letter From Dad ðÂÂÂÂÂÂ
Thank you so much Baba
Love You ðÂÂ¤ÂÂ
:@IamChiragpatil #SandeepPatil @RanveerOfficial @kabirkhankk @RelianceEnt #MadhuMantena @vishinduri @83thefilm #Relive83 #CastOf83 pic.twitter.com/ucZaxgbSH8
Chirag has acted in about 11 Marathi and Hindi films and he definitely can't wait to recreate history, under the captaincy of Ranveer Singh! After all, it's the first time a son is ever playing his father, in a Bollywood movie!
Ranveer Singh starrer ’83 has been creating quite the buzz ahead of its release. From its star cast to Ranveer’s preparation to play legendary Indian cricketer Kapil Dev, everything about the film has been making headlines.
While Ranveer Singh will play the lead, the film will be backed by a powerful support cast.
There has been immense excitement amongst the audience to witness the magnificent event to be recreated on the silver screen.
Earlier, the makers hosted an event to announce the film along with the entire former team that lifted the world cup in 83
Directed by Kabir Khan, the sports film will bring to light one of the most important event in Indian cricket history. The film will be shot at real locations and will be going on floors early next year.
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