India football coach Vijar Barse remembered his initial days of coaching and spoke that I gave my all to football.
Star actor Amitabh Bachchan’s starring film ‘Jhund’ which is based on the Nagpur-based famous football coach Vijay Barse’s life who remembered the efforts of his journey on how he made dump children into star footballers of today.
Film Jhund, is a biographical sports film based on the life of Vijay Barse, the founder of NGO Slum Soccer. The film is directed by Nagraj Manjule. The movie will be hitting the cinemas on Friday.
“It’s been 20 to 30 years since I have been training the kids, but it all started when I saw some kids playing football with buckets. It was then I thought that I have to do something to make their future better. I wanted to train them into good players and to be proud on the pretext of playing football,” Viraj Barse told ANI.
The renowned football coach conveyed how he used all his salary into this mission to make dump children into great footballers.
“Everyone has their mission, we know that people will give any donations for football, so my family and I had put whatever we have on this mission,” said Barse.
“I have 4 to 5 lakh students because now it is not limited to Nagpur only, it has progressed beyond Nagpur. We have reached from the state level to the national level. Every year my students are progressing to the next level” he added.
The movie also stars Parineeti Chopra, Anupam Kher, Boman Irani, and Neena Gupta in the lead roles. The shooting is presently underway. Asunder from ‘Uunchai’, Big B will be seen in his new film ‘Jhund’, which will release in cinemas on March 4.