The makers have spent Rs 80 crores on production of the film, it has already garnered 60 crores by earning 45 crores for its satellites rights and 15 crores from all brands that have been involved with the film
"There are five films. One I have finished called Raabta, there is a film with Homi Adjania, also featuring Parineeti, titled Takadum," said Sushant Singh Rajput
"I think Sushant is an excellent actor. Yes, I can't pick out details and mannerism that he has totally picked up for the film but I have lot of friends who are Dhoni fans. I know he worked really hard and the film is looking very nice. MS Dhoni is someone, whose story I would love to watch," Kriti said
"I was very excited, but was nervous to walk the ramp. I have got many firsts in my life and one of them was walking for Manish Malhotra. I asked Manish, what goes through a model's mind before walking the ramp. He asked me to be myself. It was an honour to walk for someone like him," Sushant said
Sharing the image on the photo-sharing website, Dhoni wrote: "Tried copying the pose of the one and only Thalaivar."
Reportedly, Jacqueline Fernandez and Sushant Sushant Rajput were pairing up for an action film, co-produced by Salman Khan and Karan Johar. But when Salman was asked in June about casting the MS Dhoni: The Untold Story actor in the project, he simply said, "Sushant who?"
"Recounting an incident when he met Dhoni as a fan boy, Sushant said in a statement: "Back in 2006 or 2007, my family and I had reached out to Dhoni and clicked a picture with him."
Sushant said, "When you do a film, you improve as an actor but there are some films where you end up becoming a good human being after doing them."
When asked about his marriage plans, Sushant said, "First let me find a girl then, I will get married after that."
The trailer of the film, which was officially released by producers Fox Star Studios on Twitter on Thursday night, is nothing short of awe-inspiring.
Sushant said, "I hope MS likes it and everybody else who watches the film gets to know the real story of the man."
"When Neeraj came to me for the film, I told him, 'Ask whatever you want to ask but beyond that I want this film to be your own.' I answered all his questions and then he took it ahead," said Dhoni