Megastar Amitabh Bachchan launched his biography "Anything But Khamosh: The Shatrughan Sinha Biography" on February 19.

"I feel it would be a good story and it will be great as it's a very inspirational story. There is romance, entertainment and everything in it. If a Hindi film is made on my biography, then Ranveer Singh can do a good job or my sons Luv and Kush who resemble me. I myself would like to do something," Shatrughan told reporters.

The 338-page book has been written by renowned columnist, critic and author Bharathi S Pradhan. Seven years of research, 37 interviews and over 200 hours of taped conversations with photographs from the Sinha family's private archives have gone into the writing and making of the biography.

He said, "It's a very gripping book. Once you start reading, you don't feel like leaving it in between. Most of my friends who have started reading this, told me that they can't stop by reading just two or three pages."

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