Keeping with his fascination for Bollywood and business, suspended IPL commissioner Lalit Modi has decided to sell off his 10,000 pages document, which he had prepared as a reply to the show-cause notice sent to him by BCCI, as a movie script. The script has been bought by Warner Brothers, who are all set to make a remake of their earlier historical fantasy film 10,000 BC. The amount of money involved in the deal is not known, as has been allegedly the case with most of the other dealings involving Lalit Modi, but it’s speculated to be running into millions of US dollars. The content of the script is also not known, but sources say that it will project Lalit Modi as the first hero of the cricket world who will vanquish a beast called BCCI. The movie goes under production next week, and is expected to be released during the opening ceremony of IPL4.
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