A documentary series will be made on India’s T20 World Cup victory in 2007
Cricket enthusiasts in the county should celebrate since a documentary series will allow them to experience India’s stunning T20 World Cup success in 2007. A documentary series starring 15 Indian cricketers will be filmed on Team India’s historic T20 World Cup victory in South Africa. Taran Adarsh, a trade analyst and film critic, verified the story on his official Twitter account.
A youthful Indian team captained by MS Dhoni achieved unparalleled success by winning the first T20 World Cup in South Africa. Following their humiliating loss from the 50-over World Cup earlier that year, the Men in Blue entered the event with low hopes. Dhoni’s men, on the other hand, came out on top, upsetting fierce rivals Pakistan in the summit game.
Taran Adarsh announced the news on Twitter, stating that the documentary series would be published in 2023. Although the project’s title has not been announced, two-thirds of the shooting has already been completed. He also stated that the series is being produced by the UK-based ‘One One Six Network,’ which is run by Gaurav Bahirvani.
“WEB SERIES ON THE 2007 T20 WORLD CUP An untitled multi-language documentary web series on the 2007 T20 Cricket World Cup has been formally announced. It will be released in 2023 and will star 15 Indian players. More than two-thirds of the shoot is finished “His tweet said.
WEB SERIES ON 2007 T20 CRICKET WORLD CUP… A multi-language documentary web series on 2007 T20 Cricket World Cup – not titled yet – is officially announced… Featuring 15 #Indian cricketers, it is set to release in 2023… Over two-thirds of the shoot is complete. pic.twitter.com/DnF6F2JI5Y
Anand Kumar, well known for his work in ‘Delhi Heights,’ is directing the series. The script was created by Saurabh M Pandey, who is well-known for his work on ‘The Kashmir Files’ and ‘The Tashkent Files.’
The tale will shed light on the unusual journey of a youthful, free-spirited Indian team that defied all odds to give the nation cause to smile amid a gloomy period in Indian cricket. Aside from the cricketers, the future series will also include an A-list actor.