Shane Warne | Shane Warne’s daughters fume as Channel Nine decides to do dgtl tv drama
Australia’s Channel Nine is in trouble for making a film about the life of the late Shane Warne. The Warne children condemned the agency’s initiative. Called “shameful”.
Warne died March 4 at a luxury resort in Thailand. The whole world, including Australia, was in mourning. Australian network Nine Network decided to make a two-part film about Warne six months after his death. The late Australian spinner has long commented on this channel. The movie is called ‘Warni’. The broadcast channel said: “Two episodes will pay tribute to one of Australia’s finest cricketers. Channel Nine was his life. This film is a must-watch that will be released in 2023.’
This is followed by an angry Warne’s two children. Eldest daughter Brooke wrote on Instagram: “Do they have any respect for dad or his family?” He has done so much for Channel Nine. Six months after his death, have we decided to make a film about him now? Shameful decision.
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Another Samar girl wrote: “I want to know, why those who make such decisions think the initiative is very good? Let there be some respect. Not even six months have passed since my father left. In the meantime, they are trying to make money by making movies!
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