Hawa Singh: Salman Khan Announces Biopic On Legendary Boxer Starring Sooraj Pancholi

Taking to Twitter, Salman Khan shared the first look poster of Hawa Singh and it looks every bit interesting. The film is based on legendary boxer Hawa Singh

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Hawa Singh: Salman Khan Announces Biopic On Legendary Boxer Starring Sooraj Pancholi
For quite some time, reports of the biopic on legendary boxer Hawa Singh were doing the rounds of social media. Now years after the news of biopic on Hawa Singh broke, Salman Khan announces the biopic titled Hawa Singh. Taking to Twitter, Salman Khan shared the first look poster of Hawa Singh and it looks every bit interesting. Not to mention, the superstar has launched Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty as they made the debut with Hero, backed by Khan’s production Salman Khan Films. 

This morning, taking to social media, the Dabangg actor treated his fans and followers with the first official poster of Hawa Singh. Captioning it Khan wrote, “Hawa se baatein karega singh... #HawaSinghBiopic @Sooraj9pancholi” As seen on the poster, Sooraj Singh gulps down a huge glass of milk as he takes a break from the boxing ring and sits on the haystack. Thanking Salman Khan, Sooraj replied and said, “Won’t let u down sir!”  (ALSO READ: Jiah Khan’s Mysterious Death: Sooraj Pancholi Says, 'It Affected My Career And I Haven't Laughed With My Family Since Then'- EXCLUSIVE)

Reportedly, the biopic on boxer Hawa Singh was in the pipeline since early 2017. Hawa Singh will be produced by Sam F Fernandes and Kamlesh Singh. The film, which is directed by Prakash Nambiar, is expected to go on the floor soon. Before Sooraj, reports of John Abraham bagging the role made headlines. Now, as Sooraj has officially come on board, he has reportedly go through a lot of professional training for some time to look and play the part.

For the uninitiated, Hawa Singh had won National Boxing Championship Title undisputedly for 11 years in a row from 1961 to 1972. He was a six-foot-one boxer who had first joined the army in 1956 at the age of 19.


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