Forward of the 116th beginning anniversary of Main Dhyan Chand, the primary look of a documentary movie on the hockey legend has been revealed. Producer and entrepreneur Joyeeta Roy and Prateek Kumar Mishra, who’ve been engaged on a digital marketing campaign to demand the Bharat Ratna award for Dhyan Chand, are growing the docudrama, which focuses on the adolescence and struggles of the hockey wizard. The duo has launched the primary poster for the documentary, titled “Main Dhyan Chand”.
It reveals a hockey wizard overlooking the Hockey Stadium of Olympics and practising hockey barefoot on the railway tracks within the foreground. Roy stated she usually feels saddened by the truth that the nation’s youth is unaware of Dhyan Chand’s life and legacy.
“Black and White color mixture has been used within the poster to suggest the conflicting info and truths that we wish to deliver out via this docudrama and questions in regards to the legend and our nationwide recreation hockey to the viewers.
“It’s extremely saddening that numerous info in regards to the legend aren’t recognized to the youth of as we speak! I’ve even heard superb and galvanizing tales of the legend practising hockey on the railway tracks,” she stated in an announcement.
Roy added that with the official poster, she wished to showcase the dedication Dhyan Chand had for the sport and the love for the nation.
Mishra stated “Main Dhyan Chand” just isn’t a biopic on the legendary participant.
“It’s going to be a documentation of the feelings and inspiration revolving across the Indian tricolour, hockey and the hockey wizard! Lots of questions want clarification.
“This docudrama is to demand a solution and encourage the youth to hold the legacy of the legend forward,” he added. The pre-production on the documentary started lately. Filmmaker Neil Dasgupta can also be connected with the undertaking.
The producers plan to launch the documentary on December 3, on the forty second loss of life anniversary of the legend.
Dhyan Chand, extensively considered the best participant in Indian hockey, earned three Olympic gold medals in 1928, 1932 and 1936. He performed internationally from 1926 to 1949 and scored 570 objectives in 185 matches.
Dhyan Chand was honoured with the Padma Bhushan in 1956. His birthday on 29 August is well known as Nationwide Sports activities Day in India yearly.
Earlier this month, the federal government renamed the nation’s highest sporting honour Khel Ratna because the “Main Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna”.