Top 3 Upcoming Bollywood Biopics

As we move forward in cinema, we have to look at new stories. We have to look at new characters with more depth than can affect human society. Characters with faulty morale yet the audience can sympathize with the characters. There are stories like Bhaag Milkha Bhaag which was inspired by real events and our sportsman Milkha Singh but the story was loosely based on that and it was more of a fiction.

Top 3: Bollywood Biopics

As we move ahead in cinema, many directors are searching for stories from real life for people to know and can resonate with it. So here are 5 upcoming movies in Bollywood which will be both strictly and loosely based on a real-life or real person.


This movie will be directed by the legendary director who gave us movies like Devdas, Bajirao Mastani, Padmaavat. His name is Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The lead role of this movie will be played by the amazing Alia Bhatt. The movie has been adapted from the novel Mafia Queens of Mumbai. The novel was written by Hussain Zaidi. The movie’s teaser trailer was launched a month back and it looks exactly what we expect from Bhansali Sir. With great characters and big set pieces. The release date of the movie has not been announced yet.


The story will revolve around the freedom fighter Sardar Udham Singh. Vicky Kaushal is in the lead of this movie. He has already shown us his charisma and acting skills in Uri. The movie’s backdrop will be the British Raj. The story will revolve around the events of Jallianwala Bagh and the story of Sardar Udham Singh killing Michael O’ Dwyer.

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The career of Parineeti Chopra is on the downfall. We have to acknowledge this before moving on. But this biography looks promising. The movie as the name suggests is based on Our India’s top badminton player Saina Nehwal and her struggles to go on the top. The movie has been directed by Amole Gupte. The movie is on post-production and all set to release this year. The release date has not been disclosed to the audience yet.

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