MUMBAI: Sony Pictures International Productions, India has bought the rights for cricketer Jhulan Goswami's biopic.
The studio will develop and produce the film in partnership with Dunamis Entertainment, a press release said.
The film will explore the inner and outer world of Goswami - the story of a little girl from Nadia in West Bengal who went on to become the highest wicket taker in international women's cricket.
An inspiring story of the all-rounder and former skipper of the national team, the movie will highlight various spheres of her life - riddled with extreme hardships and massive achievements.
After "102 Not Out" and "Padman", the biopic is Sony Pictures India's latest project.