Performing artist Bhumika Chawla, who is making a comeback to Bollywood after nine years in Neeraj Pandey's M S Dhoni: The Untold Story feels everybody should know the individual side of the best Indian captian as his story is extremely motivating.
"There's so much I didn't think about Dhoni which I learnt in the wake of working in the film. I'm certain a great many people don't know much about his own side and it's something we as a whole should know. It's an exceptionally rousing story and it demonstrates there's something else entirely to cricketer Dhoni," Bhumika told to a news agency.
The film, which discharges worldwide on Friday, is a biopic taking into account the life of Indian cricketer and current ODI chief Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Bhumika plays Dhoni's sister Jayanti in the film and she arranged for her character taking into account Neeraj's examination. "I didn't need to meet the genuine Jayanti. Neeraj's exploration was all that could possibly be needed to comprehend and play the character," she said, including the most energizing part about being a piece of the venture was getting a chance to work with Neeraj.
"I've been an enthusiast of his work from his first film and to at last work with him truly got me energized. Likewise, I would not like to miss being a piece of the biopic on one of India's finest cricketers. It was an open door I couldn't turn down," she included.
Bhumika, who is hitched and is a mother to a two-year-old child, says individual life hasn't halted her from acting.
Bhumika appeared in Bollywood inverse Salman Khan in Tere Naam. Her last Hindi film was 2007's Gandhi, My Father.
"I won't not have done a Hindi film in quite a while yet I've been working in south. Indeed, even after my child was conceived, I had worked in southern tasks. In the event that a task energizes me, I will do it. There are two Telugu ventures incorporating a major film in the pipeline; nonetheless, it's too soon to discuss them," she said.