Australian cricketer Shane Warne died on Friday at his Thailand Villa. In 2015, Shane had revealed that he had a Bollywood supply ready for him. In one other interview, Shane stated that he needed both Brad Pitt or Leonardo DiCaprio to painting his function in his deliberate ‘Hollywood-ised’ biopic, which was being made for Indian viewers. (Learn Extra: Shilpa Shetty, Ranveer Singh, react to Australian cricketer Shane Warne’s loss of life: ‘Legends reside on’)
In 2015, there have been rumours that Shane – who had retired from cricket by then – was to characteristic in a Bollywood movie. Given his reputation in India and proximity to sure Bollywood stars, this wasn’t outlandish. Shane finally confirmed the information. “There may be a proposal. There may be somebody who has one thing for me,” Shane informed PTI whereas attending a Tourism Victoria occasion later that 12 months.
A couple of years later, Shane revealed that an Indian manufacturing firm was in talks to supply his biopic. Nevertheless, it was later placed on maintain as a result of Covid-19 pandemic. Shane had informed information.com.au at the moment, “I feel hopefully by the tip of the 12 months or early subsequent 12 months we’ll choose it up once more and see what is going on on.” He added that he needed Leonardo DiCaprio or Brad Pitt to painting within the movie.
He added, “A man has written a script about it, this firm wish to shoot it, so it is principally a Hollywood film shot for India. And so they’re basing it on my story of how we put collectively the Royals in 2008 and so they’ve ‘Hollywood-ised’ it. It is all kinds of intercourse, medication and rock ‘n’ roll stuff.”
On Friday, Shane’s administration launched a short assertion to the Australian media, saying that he handed away in Koh Samui, Thailand and the rationale may very well be a suspected coronary heart assault. A number of Bollywood celebrities akin to, Shilpa Shetty, Ajay Devgn, Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh, Shibani Dandekar, Varun Dhawan and others mourned the Australian spinner’s loss of life on social media.
Shane was regarded one of many best spinners to have performed the sport. Recognized for his guile and attacking bowling, he took a complete of 1001 worldwide wickets. He was an important a part of the all-conquering Australian group of the 90s and early 2000s.