The five-times boxing champion, who won a bronze medal at the London 2012 Olympics, said that the biopic should feature the personal story that led to her marriage to her manager Onler Kom, as well as her struggle to achieve success in the world of competitive boxing.
Speaking to Reuters, the 29-year-old mother of two said: "I hope they show some romance in the film. That's also important, right?"
Art director Omung Kumar announced plans to make the film of the flyweight boxing champion's life, which will be produced by Guzaarish director Sanjay Leela Bhansali.
Kom - who was approached about the project last year - said she was initially doubtful that a film of her life would be made. "At first, I thought he (Kumar) was joking but then he did some research around my village and spoke to people, so I knew he was serious," she said.
Kom met with Kumar and Bhansali in Mumbai this week to discuss the project, but denies suggestions that she might take on the lead role herself, saying: "They will show my struggle and how difficult it was, but I don't know who will play me - that is up to them."
The medal winner was praised by Amitabh Bachchan for her Olympic accomplishment and recently met with Abhishek Bachchan, who supported her efforts during the Olympics.
Kom is also set to take to the catwalk for a celebrity fashion show to raise funds for Shabana Azmi's Mijwan Welfare Society, an organisation dedicated to the empowerment of the girl child in rural India.