'Chakda Xpress' traces the glorious journey of Jhulan Goswami as she moves up the ladder despite the countless hindrances posed by misogynistic politics to fulfil her dream to play cricket.
Fast bowler Shikha Pandey has also been dropped from the World Cup squad which will be captained by veteran batter Mithali Raj
Raj, who has 738 rating points to her kitty, is behind Lizelle Lee (761) of South Africa and Alyssa Healy (750) of Australia as there was no change in the top-10 batters from the previous rankings.
India fast bowler Jhulan Goswami termed the team's performance in the pink-ball Test against Australia an inspiring one.
Elysse Perry and Ashleigh Gardner were batting on 27 and 13 respectively at stumps.
For India Deepti Sharma made a fine 66, finishing as the team's second best scorer, a day after opener Smriti Mandhana's magnificent maiden hundred in the format.
Goswami has been top-ranked eight times in her career, her last ascension to the spot being in March 2019.
Jhulan Goswami over a 15-year career has played 11 women's tests, a staggering 192 ODIs and 68 T20s, having scalped 41, 240 and 56 wickets respectively in each of those formats.
Jhulan Goswami returned with figures of 3/37 from her 10 overs to play a big role in India's win in the third and final ODI and was adjudged player of the match for the performance.
The manner in which Beth Mooney, who opened in absence of Rachel Haynes along with Tahlia McGrath and Nicola Carey, snatched the game away would hurt for a long time.
The pacer bowled two no balls — both high waist full tosses. The second one proved to be costly when the home team required three runs of the final ball.
Beth Mooney remained not out on 125, while Nicola Carey was unbeaten on 39 when the match ended.
India would not have crossed the 220-run mark if it wasn't for the eight-wicket stand of 45 runs between senior pacer Jhulan Goswami and Richa Ghosh.
Need to give our seamers a little bit of time, they will come back strongly: India pacer Jhulan Goswami
Jhulan Goswami rallied behind the seam attack, saying they are all quality bowlers and it is just about sticking with them and showing patience.
England series: Mithali Raj says India has to think beyond Jhulan Goswami, need to groom fast bowlers
Raj blamed both the batting as well as the bowling units for India's below-par show in the first ODI against England on Sunday, which the visitors lost by eight wickets to go down 0-1 in the three-mat