Farhan Akhtar to produce biopic on India's Einstien Vashisth Narayan Singh

Neeraj Pathak will direct the biopic based on the late Mathematician's life

ANIUpdated: Wednesday, December 04, 2019, 11:07 AM IST
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Farhan Akhtar to produce biopic on India's Einstien Vashisth Narayan Singh |

A movie based on the life of world-famous mathematician late Vashishtha Narayan Singh will be made under Farhan Akhtar's production banner Excel Entertainment.

Movie critic and business analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to inform about the biography. His tweet reads "Biopic on #Indian mathematician Vashistha Narayan Singh announced... Directed by Neeraj Pathak... Produced by Excel Entertainment."

Director of the film, Neeraj Pathak jointly made the announcement with the family of Singh here on Tuesday.

According to the director of the flick, the audience will be able to experience the real-life depiction of Vasistha's life in this film.

He also announced the possibility of casting renowned actors including Akshay Kumar and Aamir Khan.

Pathak also revealed that since the last two years, in order to write the biography, he has been visiting the village Basantpur in Bihar, the home state of the late mathematician.

He wished that it would have been better if the film would have been made when Vashistha was alive.

The film will be shot at Vashistha's ancestral home in Basantpur, and different locations related to his life including NASA, California.

The shooting of the film will begin this month.

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