Ajay Devgn is moving on to yet another biopic after wrapping the shoot for ‘Taanaji: The Unsung Warrior’.
Devgn’s next is the story of former football coach Syed Abdul Rahim. “It is not easy to shift from one real-life story to another as you are living another real-life person completely. Both Tanaaji Malusare and Syed Abdul Rahim are two different personalities and from different eras. One is a warrior and the other is a football coach,” an industry source told The Asian Age, revealing that this biopic will have a consecutive 125-day shooting schedule, “The film will be shot in India at Mumbai, Delhi, Lucknow and Kolkata and will then move abroad to Jakarta, Rome and Melbourne.”
Apart from these two personalities, Devgn will also be seen stepping into the shoes of Indian Air Force (IAF) squadron leader Vijay Karnik in ‘Bhuj: The Pride of India’, which is based on a true story.