Published: Sat, April 15, 2017
Culture | By Kelly Harrison

Sachin Tendulkar unveils Sachin: A Billion Dreams trailer amid fanfare

Sachin Tendulkar unveils Sachin: A Billion Dreams trailer amid fanfare

Without any doubt, acting was more challenging than playing cricket.

Now the wait is over as the trailer has finally released and we must say that it is a delight for all of his fans. While travelling in a BEST bus, the conductor asked me for ticket. Produced by Ravi Bhagchandka and Carnival Motion Pictures, it has music by AR Rahman.

Leaving everyone in awe, the first official theatrical trailer definitely leaves you in goosebumps and kind of pumps in pride for what the man has achieved in his 24 years of legendary cricketing career. The movie starts with a kid Sachin drinking milk on the balcony of his house when someone complains about broken windows.

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It received a thunderous response when it was released, leaving everyone present overwhelmed and anticipating the release of the movie, while the auditorium was filled with chants of Sachin's name. And, as the poster and trailer of cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar's biopic hit the internet, there was buzz everywhere.

Did you know that Sachin has a fear of press conferences? It feels odd when you realise that the movie, and these portions, are directed by acclaimed director James Erskine, who has no clue about Hindi. It a gives an insight into the high and low points of the cricketer's life. "I feel, with those moments, I can get closer to my fans", he said. Cut to the 1983 World Cup. Another moment that stuck with me is when MS Dhoni comes onscreen and reveals that he only watched the matches when Sachin came to play. The film, directed by James Erskine, features Sachin Tendulkar, his colleague Virender Sehwag, son Arjun and Marathi actor Mayuresh Pem as his brother Nitin Tendulkar.

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