In the last few years, Salman Khan’s production house has made a handful of successful movies. After giving blockbuster movies, Salman Khan Films are now entering in the world of television. Now, SKF will be making a TV series on the life of late Indian wrestler, The Great Gama or Gama Pahalwan. While Sohail Khan will play the lead role, a new name has been added to the star cast. It is of Mohammad Nazim.
Mohammad Nazim is a household Indian name, who appeared as the male lead in Star Plus’ show, Saath Nibhana Sathiya. In the sow, Nazim played the role of Ahem and was loved by the audiences. And now, he is been finalized in Salman’s show for a pivotal role.
The forthcoming series will feature Nazim in the integral role of Imam Baksh, brother of Gama. On the other hand, readers may be aware that Sohail Khan will be seen in the titular role of The Great Gama. According to a leading portal, the team has already wrapped up shooting a major chunk of the series. Earlier, there was a lot of buzz when the actors kicked off the shooting schedule of the same in Patiala. Star Plus has apparently given a green signal after watching the pilot episode of the same. However, the airing details are yet to be revealed.
Talking about The Great Gama, he was born as Ghulam Mohammad Baksh in Amritsar village Jabbowal, then British India, in 1878. He was awarded the Indian version of the World Heavyweight Championship on 15 October 1910. Undefeated in a career spanning more than 52 years, he is considered one of the greatest wrestlers of all time.
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