Everyone knows that Ranveer Singh is going to portray the character of the legendary captain Kapil Dev in his upcoming movie ’83. A few days back Ranveer posted a picture of himself playing Kapil Dev’s world-famous Natraj Shot and everyone went crazy on the resemblance between both the original and the enacted shot. Also, it didn’t take much time for the netizens to look at this post as a meme content. Soon, the social media started to surface with some hilarious memes featuring Ranveer Singh playing the Natraj Shot.
The original Instagram picture has Ranveer wearing a white uniform and playing the Natraj Shot, but someone photoshopped the white uniform into a colorful attire. We know that from where the memer might have found his inspiration owing to Ranveer’s quirky and colorful dressing sense. And then in no time, Kapil Dev was also captured wearing similar bright colorful clothes. This photo of Kapil Dev went viral and people can’t help but think that he also might have gotten infected with Ranveer’s overflowing energy.
When Kapil Dev was asked about what he thought about the viral meme, he just laughed at it. He further added that his energy would only be at par with Bittu Singh when he goes on the field, he can’t always stay energized as Ranveer often is. Meanwhile, the shooting for ’83 has been wrapped up in London, and the crew and actors have flown back to Mumbai to continue the shoot. Deepika Padukone who is going to play Kapil Dev’s wife in the movie recently threw a wrap-up party for the ’83 crew and cast in Mumbai.
’83 will be about the historic win of the Indian Cricket Team in the finals of the 1983 World Cup against West Indies, under the captaincy of Kapil Dev at Lords. Directed by Kabir Khan, the movie will also have Harrdy Sandhu, Saqib Saleem, Amrita Puri, Chirag Patel, Amy Virk, Tahir Raj Basin, Nishant Dahiya, Boman Irani and Pankaj Tripathi playing some vital roles. This film is going to hit the big screens on 10 April 2020 and the cricket fans can’t wait to re-live the pivotal moment which changed the face of Indian cricket forever.