Suraj Pancholi working on Boxer Hawa Singh's biopic, he died 15 years before receiving the Dronacharya Award

Hindi cinema has been competing to become a biopic for the last few days. Apart from this, biopics based on some legend or incident are being made or there are reports of it being made. The audience likes these biopic films. Now another biopic film based on the life of another legend is being made. The story of this biopic film is based on the life of Indian boxer Hawa Singh. Suraj Pancholi is going to portray Hawa Singh in this film. Salman had shared the first look poster of the film on social media, in which Suraj was seen drinking milk like a wrestler.

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The Indian boxer Hawa Singh was born in Haryana. He joined the Indian Army at the age of 19. Hawa Singh surprised everyone by showing his talent and in the year 1960, he defeated champion Mohabbat Singh and became the champion of Western Command. Apart from this, Hawa Singh attracted everyone's attention by his performance and he participated in the Asian Games in the year 1966. He then won the gold medal at the 1966 Asian Games. He did not stop after this, he won the gold medal in the Asian Games held in Bangkok in 1970.

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He was also honored with the Arjuna Award in the year 1966. Hawa Singh won consecutive National Championships from the year 1961 to 1972. After leaving the boxing world, he decided to share his experiences among junior players and has also been the co-founder of the Bhiwani Boxing Club. In the year 1999, he was announced the Dronacharya Award. Currently, he passed away on August 14, 2000, and he left the world 15 days before receiving the Dronacharya Award.

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