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Sonam Kapoor Wishes Dad Anil, Brother Harshvardhan Good Luck for Abhinav Bindra Biopic

Sonam Kapoor Wishes Dad Anil, Brother Harshvardhan Good Luck for Abhinav Bindra Biopic

Actress Sonam Kapoor took to social media to wish father Anil Kapoor and brother Harshvardhan Kapoor as they started filming the Bollywood biopic on Abhinav Bindra.

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  • Last Updated: February 17, 2020, 3:58 PM IST
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Actor Harshvardhan Kapoor started filming the biopic on Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra, veteran actor Anil Kapoor announced on Sunday. The shooting of the film, which stars Harshvardhan Kapoor as the ace shooter, has begun after a delay of nearly three years.

Actress Sonam Kapoor took to Instagram to wish her father and brother luck for the film. "This is going to be special - The Bindra biopic. All the best @anilskapoor @harshvarrdhankapoor @abhinav_bindra," she wrote.

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Anil Kapoor, who would be seen playing the role of Bindra's father in the film, took to Twitter to make the announcement. The real-life father-son duo will be sharing screen space for the first time. "The Beginning," Anil wrote alongside a picture with him, Harshvardhan and Abhinav.

Meanwhile, the movie is being adapted from Abhinav's autobiography -- A Shot at History: My Obsessive Journey to Olympic Gold and Beyond. In September 2017, Harshvardhan had announced on Instagram that he was thrilled to be part of the biopic.

"Beginnings are very special. Especially when you get to play a character that has made the nation proud on the world stage.

"I am stoked to have been chosen to play #AbhinavBindra and hopefully will do justice to the man, the legend! Like the man himself said, 'Hard Work is a talent.' #LetsDoThis," the actor captioned his picture with Bindra.

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