I would like a movie or web series about my life, I want people to know my side of the story: Harbhajan Singh


Indian veteran Harbhajan Singh, who announced his retirement from all forms of cricket in December, has said he would like a biopic done on his life.

Former Indian horseradish Harbhajan Singh who made his debut in 1998, contested 103 tests, 236 ODI and 28 T20I for the Indian national cricket team. He was the team’s first-choice spinner for a very long time, however, after the 2011 World Cup he lost his place on the team and has played a handful of games since then.

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Harbhajan Singh. Image credits: Twitter

Meanwhile, Harbhajan Singh has said that he wants a movie or web series to be shot about his life because he wants everyone to know his side of the story.

“I would like a movie or web series about my life so that people can also know my side of the story, what kind of guy I am and what I do,” Harbhajan told Zee News.

When Harbhajan When asked who he would like to see playing the villain in his biopic, he replied:

I can’t say who would be the villain in my biopic. There is not one but several.

Every player wants to retire wearing the India jersey, but luck won’t always be on your side – Harbhajan Singh

Harbhajan Singh
Harbhajan Singh [Image-Getty]

A former Indian cricketer added that a cricketer always wants to play a farewell game, but sometimes luck does not favor him. He said:

Every player wants to retire wearing the India jersey, but luck won’t always be on your side and sometimes what you want doesn’t happen. The big names you took on like VVS (Laxman), Rahul (Dravid), Viru (Virender Sehwag) and many others who later retired didn’t get the chance.

Harbhajan Singh
Harbhajan Singh (Image credit: Twitter)

Meanwhile, Harbhajan Singh also said that some BCCI officials wanted to remove him from the team, he added that if he had secured management support he would have pocketed an additional 100 to 150 wickets in his career.

“… To some extent, there were officials from BCCI who were involved in this [his exit from the team] and they didn’t want me and the captain [MS Dhoni] may have supported this, but a captain can never be above the BCCI. BCCI officials have always been taller than the captain, coach or team.

“I was 31 when I took 400 wickets and if I had played another 4 to 5 years, keeping in mind the kind of standards I set for myself, I can tell you I would have took 100 to 150 other ATMs or more. ,” he added.

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