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Saina Nehwal Wishes Parineeti For the 'Saina' Biopic

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Saina Nehwal shared a picture of Parineeti Chopra for the upcoming "Saina" biopic. The ace shuttler has wished the team luck and looks forward to the journey of the movie.
Saina's latest Instagram post shows Parineeti locked in for action, as she shoots an intense sports sequence. The caption reads, " Looking forward to this journey together ! My best wishes to the team. #SainaNehwalBiopic #Saina @parineetichopra #AmoleGupte @bhushankumar #DeepaBhatia @sujay.jairaj @tseries.official @tseriesfilms Parineeti respondes to the post, confession her nervousness on playing her in the movie.
"Saina" is an upcoming biographical movie directed by Amol Gupte. It stars Parineeti Chopra as Saina Nehwal and Manav Kaul as her coach Pullela Gopichand. Backed by T-Series, the movie is scheduled for an early 2020 release.

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