MS Dhoni's trademark Helicopter shot is well-known, and interestingly, Sushant Singh Rajput perfected it in the film. Dhoni even praised Sushant for executing the shot flawlessly.
Veteran actor Anupam Kher, who portrayed MS Dhoni's father in the film, made a significant change by shaving off his mustache after many years.
The film's creators dedicated a song, 'Phir se...,' to the Indian cricket team in preparation for their match against Pakistan during the 2015 World Cup.
Initially planned for a shoot in London, the cast's trip was abruptly canceled, leading to a decision to film the scenes in Mauritius instead.
According to the film's crew, MS Dhoni was not involved in the script development. Neeraj Pandey had a dedicated team of researchers who gathered all the necessary background information.
Dhoni ventured into Bollywood in 2010, appearing in David Dhawan's 'Hook Ya Crook' alongside John Abraham. Unfortunately, the film was shelved
In contrast to other biopics that often glorify their subjects, Neeraj Pandey aimed for a more authentic portrayal in his biopic of Dhoni, focusing on realism over heroism.
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