Shraddha is currently busy doing planning for the biopic on the 27-year-old London Olympics bronze medallist and the actor says she is enjoying playing badminton.
As Shraddha Kapoor gears up to bring the journey of ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal to the big screen, the actor says it’ll be one of the most challenging tasks of her profession. “Personally i think her (Nehwal) job is certainly going great guns, especially just how she has bounced back after her personal injury, it is marvelous and so motivating. It is an enormous responsibility on most of us to make certain that we execute a comprehensive job of delivering her on the silver screen. It really is a challenging and challenging job,” said Shraddha.
Shraddha happens to be busy doing planning for the biopic on the 27-year-old London Olympics bronze medallist and the acting professional says she is enjoying playing badminton. “I fell deeply in love with the game as i started playing it. Nonetheless it is very challenging. On the times while i practice badminton, my days and nights are very different and I am a different person once i don’t play. I start playing it from 6 am in morning hours everyday for two hours roughly. We aim to practice everyday but if my biceps and triceps or feet get too sore then I don’t do the category. I feel enticed to play that time as well but I have been advised never to play as I’d get susceptible to injuries.”
Shraddha, 30, says she often texts the badminton star when she has queries regarding the game. “She is so prompt and helpful always. I shared a video recording of me rehearsing badminton and she offered me her reviews. She is such a inspirational person.”
When asked if Saina would be seen in a cameo appearance in the film, the actor says, “It is all work in progress which means you never know.”
The film will be aimed by Amole Gupte, who is known for helming movies revolving around kids – Stanley Ka Dabba, Hawa Hawai and Sniff. “He (Gupte) holds true to what he does. He’s filled up with love, affection and encouragement. I feel just like a child with him as he showers me with so much devotion,” says Shraddha.