Sachin Tendulkar is a god for Cricket fans. He is the man who carried India’s expectations in 200 tests and 463 ODIs. Sachin Tendulkar’s biopic film Sachin: A Billion Dreams released today.
When in November 2013, Sachin retired, everyone was wishing to stay on the field for more time. Director James Erskine’s biographical film Sachin: A Billion Dreams reviews are here. Director has shown a spotless cricketing career or cricket god, including his 24 years long career and personal life.
James Erskine casted Sachin Tendulkar for his own role as who else can justify Sachin’s role. The film is a documentary cum film with bit of acting.
Sachin A Billion Dreams film take to the era where we can see liberal economy effects. In that time, money was becoming a really important in the Indian cricket. As Sachin Tendulkar claims to have never run behind money and he wanted a better game always.
Sachin’s movie based on his video footage like childhood, marriage, initial cricketing days and family. Director has made a smart move as we all know Sachin Tendulkar on-field. So, it is only to focus on the unseen side of the Master Blaster in Sachin: A Billion Dreams.
Sachin’s journey from his brother’s support to be a cricket to leading Indian cricket in tough times. Our Cricket for recalls various incidents. Music Maestro AR Rahman’s music is outstanding and you will surely feel nostalgic.
While not being an actor does pose difficulties for the cricketer at important junctures, Sachin: A Billion Dreams has a ‘different’ feel to it.
Still the film does not show match fixing and Sachin’g innings as Indian captain. But we say, a film is worth watching.
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