Ranveer Singh's '83 gets another teammate, Sacred Games' Bunty aka Jatin Sarna to play batsmen Yashpal Sharma

With Ranveer Singh in the lead role as Kapil Dev, other names in the cast include Saqib Saleem, Sahil Khattar, Tahir Bhasin and Punjabi singer Harry Sandhu among others.
News,Ranveer Singh,Sacred Games,'83Jatin Sarna aka Bunty from Sacred Games has been roped in to play cricketer Yashpal Sharma in the highly-anticipated film.
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Kabir Khan's next directorial '83 is all about Indian cricket and the illustrious casting of the film has already generated buzz around the film. With Ranveer Singh in the lead role as Kapil Dev, other names in the cast include Saqib Saleem, Sahil Khattar, Tahir Bhasin and Punjabi singer Harry Sandhu among others. The newest addition to the team is surely to get a certain lot of fans super excited as Jatin Sarna aka Bunty from Sacred Games has been roped in to play cricketer Yashpal Sharma in the highly anticipated film.

The sports drama will revolve around Indian cricket team's triumph at the 1983 World Cup. And to form the perfect team, Kabir Khan and the makers of the film have regularly been announcing new additions to the cast and which actor will play key roles. Yashpal Sharma played as a batsman for the Indian cricket team in the 1983 World Cup and gave India its first victory in the opening match with his fantastic score.

Speaking about playing Yashpal's character, the Sacred Games star said, "I am glad I got this opportunity to work with him that too on such a subject which larger than life and close to every Indian. Plus my love for cricket and dream of becoming one is also going to fulfill".

He further added, "I never imagined playing Yashpal. I was given Madan Lal's part for the audition but it didn't work out. Then Yashpal came to me which is eventually more interesting because most people don't know his story and journey." Well, with this stellar cast, we can definitely expect this team and Kabir Khan to knock it out of the park. What are your thoughts on '83? Let us know in the comments section below.

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