A production house in Guwahati is all set to start working on a web-series based on the life of former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh and has roped in the Southpaw along with his family to play pivotal roles.
Yuvraj’s brother Zoravar Singh will play the main lead in the web series made by Guwahati-based Dream House Production India Pvt Ltd, while Yuvraj is expected to be a part of the web-series. Their mother, Shabnam Singh, will also be associated with the web-series that will be based on the life and career of the World Cup winning superstar.
Yuvraj’s wife, Hazel Keech will also feature in the web series. Hazel Keech is a British−Mauritian film actress and model who has appeared in Indian television programmes and films. She has appeared in Salman Khan-starrer film Bodyguard. She appeared in the reality television programme Bigg Boss 7 in 2013 as well.
“It is an honour to make the web-series featuring former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh and his brother Zoravar Singh. Our mission to identity, groom and provide a platform to the young talents of Assam which will continue relentlessly. Our uncompromised attitude will strengthen the vision of T-Series Stage Works Academy and Dream House Production,” Nita Sarma, director of T-Series Stage Works Academy, Guwahati and Dream House Production India Pvt Ltd said.
Dream House Production India Pvt Ltd introduced the T-Series Stage Work Academy (TSA) in Guwahati which is a talent grooming platform. Students from the academy will now get an opportunity to work on the web-series and other projects.
Famous Bollywood writer Vipin Uniyal, who has written Akshay Kumar’s upcoming movie Bachhan Pandey, has also joined the project. Several other Bollywood actors and actresses are expected to join the cast of the web-series.
“I am extremely proud and excited to be associated with the web-series. The world will get to see the real Yuvraj Singh and Zoravar Singh. The central character of the web-series is focused on my younger son Zoravar Singh. As a mother, I am proud of both my sons and daughter-in-law,” Yuvraj’s mother Shabnam Singh was quoted as saying in a press statement.
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