Madhubala sister Madhur Brij Bhushan to make biopic

 Madhubala sister Madhur Brij Bhushan to make biopicMadhubala’s younger sister, Madhur Brij Bhushan is going to make  a biopic on the legendary actor!

In recent times,  the biopics have become the talk of town. Recently released movie Sanju, the biopic based on the life of controversial Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, directed by Rajkumar Hirani is doing superb collections at the box office. And before Sanju, films such as M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story and Dangal,  which were also based on the lives of real life heroes, did decent collections at the box office. Earlier it was heard that  Sanjay Leela Bhansali is willing to make a movies based on Madhubala and he is planning to rope Sonakshi Sinha, Kiriti Sanon and Pallavi Sharda to reprise the role of Madhubala on the screen. Now according to the latest update, Madhubala’s youngest sister Madhur Brij Bhushan has announced that  she is planning to make a biopic on the late legendary actor. Though she did not reveal any name but confirmed that it will be bankrolled by my very dear friends. The official confirmation and the details of its cast and crew will be out revealed very soon.

Madhur Brij Bhushan said in a statement, “It’s my humble request to all the well-wishers of actress Madhubala and whosoever is connected with Bollywood or elsewhere to please not attempt a biopic or anything else based on my sister’s life without my permission.”

The sources say that Madhubala’s sister Madhur Brij Bhushan had been repeatedly approached by several filmmakers to acquire rights to make a film on the life of Madhubala but she denied them all. ”  Madhur Brij Bhushan has confirmed that she will do full justice to her sister’s life. She also said that everything about Madhubala’s life would be disclosed on the big screen, including her relationship with Dilip Kumar.

Madhubala is popular for her notable work in several movies including Mughal-E-Azam, Dulari, Mahal, Howrah Bridge, Kala Paani,  Amar and Mr and Mrs 55.  She died in 1969.