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Filmmaker Kabir Khan, whose latest docu-drama titled "Roar of the Lion" revolves around the downfall of the Chennai Super Kings for match fixing, followed by their victorious comeback in the 2018 Indian Premier League (IPL), says that corruption exists in all fields and cricket is no exception...

Filmmaker Kabir Khan, who is looking forward to the release of his documentary "Roar of the Lion" from Wednesday on Hotstar, has described it as a classic tale of triumph of the human spirit.

Acclaimed filmmaker who is making '83' -- a film on Indian cricket team's historic victory in the 1983 World Cup -- has revealed that the entire team will start principal shooting of the film in May this year in England.

As a nation, we have a poor practice of archiving and documenting historical events, says Kabir Khan.

Filmmaker Kabir Khan, whose latest release Phantom is running in theatres along side his previous film starring Salman Khan - Bajrangi Bhaijaan - received the "best gift" from the star recently.

Even though Bollywood has been synonymous with over-the-top entertainment, including song-and-dance routines, romantic plots, glamour, and more, every now and then, the industry also springs a surprise by producing movies that don't follow the formula.

After the success of the Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor starrer Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Saif Ali Khan, Katrina Kaif 's Phantom, filmmaker Kabir Khan is now discussing projects with actor Hrithik Roshan.

A couple of days back, it was reported that director Kabir Khan's next has characters modelled on terror suspects David Headley and Sajid Mir.

Film-maker Sajid Nadiadwala made a successful directorial debut with an Eid release last year (Kick; the film made a whopping '234 crore).

Before making his directorial debut with The Forgotten Army (1999), which was based on Subhash Chandra Bose's Indian National Army, film-maker Kabir Khan had started his career as a cinematographer.