Will Ajay Devgn's Maidaan Be The Lagaan Of Football? EXCLUSIVE

Amit Sharma's Maidaan, the most expensive venture from Zee Studios and Boney Kapoor, stars Ajay Devgn as legendary football coach Syed Abdul Rahim. The film is set to release on April 10.
Will Ajay Devgn's Maidaan Be The Lagaan Of Football? EXCLUSIVE

Will Ajay Devgn's Maidaan Be The Lagaan Of Football? EXCLUSIVE

Would the Devgn magic work its spell on the box office this time again? Amit Sharma’蝉 Maidaan is the most expensive film produced by Zee Studios and Boney Kapoor, jointly or independently.
Its release has been postponed seven times. It is finally ready for release on April 10. Maidaan is a very ambitious film. It is no ordinary sports film. It stars Ajay Devgn as the legendary football coach Syed Abdul Rahim, and it features a series of authentic football matches with real football players from all over the world participating in the shooting.
Amit Sharma invited football players from all across the world—Japan, South Korea, France, and Thailand—to come and play in the matches for Maidaan. A series of matches were shot for Maidaan, showing India playing football with different countries. The football matches were shot on an international scale. There is no compromise on quality in Maidaan.
All this took more time than expected. They have finally made a film that India will be proud of. Maidaan is to football what Lagaan was to cricket and Chak De to hockey. After the record-breaking success of Gadar 2, Zee Studios didn’t want to leave anything to chance in Maidaan.
A source close to the project tells Zoom, "Everyone connected with Maidaan feels it will be Zee Studios’ next blockbuster after Gadar 2. The problem, if it may be called that, is the budget. While Gadar 2 was budgeted at a meagre Rs 60 crore, Maidaan has gone insanely overbudget, thanks to all the international football players who are participating in the on-camera matches. Zee Studios is determined to make Maidaan a football epic. They want it to do for football what Lagaan did for cricket.”
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