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Chak De! India (Hindi: चक दे इंडिया English: "Go For It, India!") is 2007 a Bollywood sports film about field hockey in India. It is directed by Shimit Amin, produced by Yash Raj Films, sports action by Rob Miller of ReelSports, and stars Shahrukh Khan as Kabir Khan, the (fictional) former captain of the Indian national field hockey team. After a disastrous loss to the Pakistan men's national field hockey team, Khan is ostracized from the sport. He and his mother are further forced from their ancestral home by angry neighbors. Seven years later in an attempt to redeem himself, Khan becomes the coach for the Indian women's national field hockey team with the goal of turning its sixteen contentious players into a champion team. After leading the women's team to the Gold, Khan restores his good name and returns with his mother to their home, welcomed by those who had shunned them years before. Screenwriter Jaideep Sahni decided to write a fictional screenplay based on the winning of the Gold by the Indian women's field hockey team at the 2002 Commonwealth Games after reading about it in the newspaper. Thus the characters, while inspired by the real team and coaches, were invented by Sahni. Although some media outlets compared Kabir Khan to real-life hockey player Mir Ranjan Negi, Sahani has stated that he was unaware of Negi's tribulations while writing the script and that the resemblance with Negi's life was coincidental. In addition, some media outlets claimed that there were "uncanny similarities" between Chak De! India and the 2004 Hollywood film Miracle. In response, director Shimit Amin denied this claim stating that Chak De! India was inspired by the win at the 2002 Commonwealth Games and that "Jaideep is the most original scriptwriter in India." Earning over Rs 639 million, Chak De! India was the third highest grossing movie of 2007 in India  and was critically acclaimed. Chak De! India has won numerous awards (including eight for Best Film) and received the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie. The suspension of the Indian Hockey Federation in April, 2008 emphasized the film's influence. After a new hockey council was formed, former hockey player, Aslam Sher Khan, stated in an interview, "We have to make a Team India as you have seen in bollywood blockbuster Chak De! India. There are players from several parts of the country. We have to unite them to make a powerful force.