Jo nahin ho sakta hai, wahi to karna hai...
Kabir Khan (Shahrukh Khan) knows what it's like to come back from the dead. The ex Indian Captain has now
come back in the avatar of the
Coach of the Indian Women's National Hockey team. A team that exists more on paper and less in reality.
The team is a rag-tag bunch of girls with their own agenda. A bunch of girls who have forgotten what it is like to
play for the love of the game. Of playing because you want glory for your country. Not because you want a pensioned
job or a government flat. They have all forgotten the sharp thrill of just holding the hockey stick, keeping their eyes on
the ball and playing for all they are worth. They have played every game but hockey to make sure they get selected
every year in the Indian National team. But what does it really mean to play for the Indian National team? To play for
Mujhe sirf ek mulk ka naam sunaai deta hai-India
The girls have never known the thrilling energy of being Team India. Of giving their all to see their country's name
on a trophy. But Kabir Khan, once a captain, now forgotten, does. He knows what it takes to get there. And what it
means to return empty handed. This time, he wants to make sure that it's different. He knows there are no second
chances. Despite his past, he believes that if only the girls played as one, anything would be possible.
Because Kabir Khan believes that it is not that we can't win. It's just that we have never believed we can.
Chak De India is the story of a coach's fight of making his team, Team India by overcoming their diverse
backgrounds, by learning to use
everything that life hurls on them as a secret weapon. It's a story about honesty, sincerity and integrity. A story to
remind the nation of its
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Shahrukh Khan as Kabir Khan
Once the hero of Indian Hockey, the best centre forward in the world, the man a nation found a hero in. And the
man it sentenced to hell.
Now he has decided to make a last comeback to the game he once loved, to reclaim his lost honour and prove
his point to the nation he still
By doing the impossible.
Making a rag-tag bunch of loser girls a team.
And the World Champions.
The only problem is-it is easier said than done.
Position: Center Forward
Jersey Number: 9
Home State: Chandigarh
Preeti went to the best public schools, but on her way to the U.S. from there, took a sharp left towards the
Punjab University and its hockey team for reasons best known to her. Chandigarh captain, she looks like a Princess
and plays like the Terminator. The only one she is close to is her iPod. Would you then blame the rest of her mostly
rural team-mates for calling her mem? She has a secret, but then, that's a secret.
Position: Right In
Jersey Number: 8
Home State: Haryana
The Rohtak Express, also known as chhokra in her village for her tomboyishness, and as chhipkali in the field for
her devious dribbling. Born to tough Jats, she has just one regret -that she wasn't born a boy. But she's doing all she
can to make up, including not using make-up. Ever.
Position: Center Half
Jersey Number: 5
Home State: Maharashtra
Experience corrupts, and too much experience corrupts completely. A veteran of field positions, federation
politics and award manipulations, she could make any team's dirty tricks department proud, if she wasn't the
department herself in real life.
Position: Goalie and Captain
Jersey Number: 18
Home State: Madhya Pradesh
Just married. And it already looks like she will have to divorce hockey. She knows this is probably her last
tournament but can she give up
hockey for marriage?
Position: Left Defender
Jersey Number: 3
Home State: Punjab
Known as tataiya, bhootni, rakshas and ghatotkach on any given day depending upon what she has done lately,
everybody in the team is
terrified of her temper. Fearless, sometimes to the point of being brainless, she is the team's main hope against the
giant Australian girls and the
ruthless Argentinean zagalonas. Heart of gold, in a body of armour-plated steel.
Position: Right Out
Jersey Number: 7
Home State: West Bengal
Sexy Aliya should have been born in the swinging seventies. The world is a winery of boys and she is the
taster-in-chief. And she takes her job very seriously. In her spare time she also plays hockey. Unfortunately, she is
good at it and so year after year, team managers and coaches have tolerated her.
Position: Right Half
Jersey Number: 4
Home State: Andhra Pradesh
his Hyderabadi potti has seen it all, because she knows when to shut her eyes. Playing with seniors Bindia and
Aliya has taught her only one
thing there are more games off the field than on it. And a smart player knows how to stay out to stay in.
Position: Right Defender
Jersey Number: 2
Home State: Jharkhand
Rani still remembers the time she moved from her jungle village to Ranchi Sports School. And that makes her an
expert on how to handle the
city-breds, or manhandle them if need be. She knows enough Hindi to offend anyone and enough English to defend
herself, especially on the
Jersey Number: 17
Home State: Jharkhand
From Jharkhand Grameen Adivasi Balika Kalyan Kendra Vidyalaya on the edge of Ghamorni jungle, straight New
Delhi. Dicey Hindi and devious English confound her as much as hair-raising roads, blood-curdling cars and
monstrous skyscrapers. Not to mention the other creatures around her who call themselves girls. But she knows
what to do with a stick and a ball. That she knows.
Position: Left Out
Jersey Number: 11
Home State: Andhra Pradesh
The grounds-man's little daughter who grew up in stadiums among players and dreamt of being one herself. All
she ever wanted to do was to
make her dad proud and finally, she's an inch away from her dream...
Position: Left In
Jersey Number: 10
Home State: Uttar Pradesh
Hockey legend Mohammad Iqbal's grand-daughter. Her family's history is Indian Hockey's history. And nobody
ever lets her forget that. Whether
she wants it or not.
Position: Left Half
Jersey Number: 6
Home State: Manipur
Jersey Number: 15
Home State: Mizoram
The talented hockey duo from the North East. Their school books taught them that they are Indians but Indians
taught them otherwise. The only
reason they play for the National team is that it is the only National team they can play for. They would love to belong
but not to the team that
calls them 'foreign', and definitely not to the people that call them 'loose'. So they stick together and play. For the love
of the game and the
honour of their people.