The first poster of Saina Nehwal biopic Saina was launched on Tuesday. And whereas some individuals showered love on it, others have been amused with the primary look of the Parineeti Chopra-starrer. The poster evoked hilarious reactions from customers as they shortly identified the ‘mistake’ the makers had made relating to a badminton serve.
One journalist tweeted, “Tennis serve in a badminton movie?” While one other person posted, “Logon ka Saina aur Sania ka confusion puri pikchar banane ke baad bhi nahin gaya” (People nonetheless can not differentiate between Saina Nehwal and Sania Mirza, that too after making an entire film on one of many sporting personalities). A person known as Shekhar commented on makers’ creativity and shared a remark which learn, “Bollywood Creativity at its best. As always.” One person commented, “Tennis bangea Badminton.”
Tennis banega Badminton
— Raj R (@rajesha_rao) March 2, 2021
Not positive of the screenplay now
— kashif khan (@kashifkhan0107) March 2, 2021
Logon ka Saina aur Sania ka confusion puri pikchar banane ke baad bhi nahin gaya😁
— Greeshma (@opsimath6) March 2, 2021
Saina is a biopic primarily based on the lifetime of Indian badminton champion Saina Nehwal. The film has been written and directed by Amol Gupte and it options Parineeti Chopra within the titular function. Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Suraj Jairaj and Rasesh Shah are bankrolling the sports activities drama.
“That (Saina) was the most immersive process I’ve ever been a part of. You can’t make up anything since you are playing real characters, you have to do everything authentically. The way I hold a racket, the way I play a particular shot – I could play it in my style but that’s not allowed because you have to play like the other entity. That is why I spent so much time with Saina herself, tried to emulate her, made videos of her,” Parineeti had earlier stated throughout a dialog with Bollywood Hungama.
Apart from Saina, Parineeti Chopra can also be awaiting the discharge of Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar. She was final seen within the Netflix thriller The Girl on the Train.