While sports biopic are often condemned for taking too much of creative liberty, this one has none other than The God if Indian Cricket himself narrating his story. At the trailer launch of the film on Thursday, Sachin said,"I am feeling as nervous as I was at the first ever press conference of my life, after my first hundred in 1990, in Manchester".
It is filled with some real life footages that will take you back in time, and is good enough to give you goose bumps.
The movie would talk on lengths about Sachin's life, his early days and the struggle he went through.
"Cricket was always on priority and we all had accepted this", said Anjali. This true to life film is composed and directed by London-based director James Erskine and created by Ravi Bhagchandka and Carnival Motion Pictures under 200 NotOut Productions.
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Sachin also said that he wanted to win the world cup and hold that trophy. The trailer of the movie starts with a 10-year-old boy watching Kapil Dev lifting the 1983 World Cup. The movie stars Sachin Tendulkar, his son Arjun Tendulkar and Mayuresh Pem who is playing the role of Nitin Tendulkar.
With a plethora of records to his name, including the unique feat of scoring a century of worldwide hundreds, Sachin is one of the most celebrated cricketers of the modern era. While travelling in a BEST bus, the conductor asked me for ticket. The music of the film has been given by the Oscar winning music composer, A R Rahman. Without any doubt, acting was more challenging than playing cricket.
The Master Blaster said the film would show how he fought adversity to realise his dreams.