The former Indian pacer S. Sreesanth is ready to debut in as a hero in a multilingual movie. The movie would be made simultaneously in Tamil, Malayalam as well as Telugu.
The movie would be directed by Sana Yadireddy. He visions to tell a spectacular story of IPL (Indian Premier League) and a cricketer.
Announcing the details of the movie, Yadireddy said that the movie would hit the theatres in the month of September and is likely to get wrapped up in six months.
The major highlight of the movie is that it would be dubbed into 14 Indian languages.
Sreesanth said that he wished to explore another side of life. That is why he accepted the roles in movies.
For Sreesanth fans, it would be a treat to see him act in the Bollywood movie “Cabaret”. In this movie, he would play a negative role.
Looking forward to make a career in acting in South, Sreesanth said that he is honored to work with Sana Yadireddy, a big filmmaker. This movie will be his debut film in South.
Further, Yadireddy says that Sreesanth is a superb dancer and actor, besides being a good cricketer.
He adds that Sreesanth has been performing at many events. Thus, he always wished to work with him. After narrating the story, Sreesanth immediately approved and confirmed for working in the movie. He really liked the script. The movie is reported to have a love story in it and would be in the backdrop of cricket.
While speaking about the BCCI decision to ban Sreesanth from playing cricket, he said that he would wait until the apex cricket body takes a favorable decision.
Actually, Sreesanth was found guilty in spot-fixing case in the 2013 IPL by a Delhi Court last month.
Furthermore, Sreesanth says that primarily he is a cricketer and he desires to restart his career in cricket from scratch once the ban imposed on him is removed.