Ranveer Singh is Busy Learning the 'Natraj Shot' From Kapil Dev for Kabir Khan's '83 - Watch Video
Kapil Dev teaching the Natraj shot to Ranveer Singh (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Ranveer Singh's upcoming filmography looks intriguing and so exciting. After Karan Johar's period drama, Takht, the actor has Kabir Khan's '83, which revolves around India's historic win in the 1983 cricket world cup. Though the movie is not essentially a biopic, it's narrated from Kapil Dev's point of view and Ranveer is eager to step into his big shoes for the silver screen. The reel 'Men in Blue' have already started prepping ahead of the film's first schedule and actors are busy learning cricket from the man himself. The Padmaavat actor is brushing his cricket skills under the able guidance of Kapil Dev and his social media feed is currently flooded with pictures and videos from the same. Ranveer Singh Starrer '83 Shoot Finally Begins and THIS Picture Shows Exactly How Happy the Cast Is!

Apart from being a great pacer, he was an all-rounder who's credited for India's big win in the world cup finals. He was known for his iconic 'Nataraj shot' - something that Singh is busy learning these days. Narrating his cricket journey would be impossible without this classic shot and we are glad for the makers are paying heed to all the minute details. In a video shared by the actor from his practice session, don't miss out the way he's standing behind the legend and his weird hairstyle of course. Mardaani Actor Tahir Bhasin to Play Sunil Gavaskar in Ranveer Singh's Movie '83.

Check out Ranveer Singh's video from the practice session

From Saqib Saleem to Tahir Bhasin and Hardy Sandhu, many prominent names are associated with this ambitious project and we can't wait to take this nostalgic trip with them. Kabir Khan's directorial is all set to hit the screens on April 10, 2020. So by this time, next year, we'd be counting days for the movie to hit the screens and getting eager beaver to revisit the era of glory. In a nation where cricket is worshipped in every household, we must say, Ranveer made a really wise choice to come on board and be a part of this project.