dglobalnews.com Here's the first look from Sachin Tendulkar's Biopic
Published: Sat, April 15, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Orlando Mckenzie

Here's the first look from Sachin Tendulkar's Biopic

Here's the first look from Sachin Tendulkar's Biopic

Sachin shared a lot of memories about making the film at the trailer launch too. A R Rehman has composed the music for the biopic of sachin tendulkar and the biopic is releasing on 26th May. It will surely be a treat for not only the fans of Sachin Tendulkar but also the fans of Cricket.

"For me, playing cricket was like going to a temple", the Master Blaster says, in a line that's resonating with many who grew up worshipping him.

"I am a private person". Since then I only had one dream and that was to win the world cup.

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With a plethora of records to his name, including the unique feat of scoring a century of global hundreds, Sachin is one of the most celebrated cricketers of the modern era.

The trailer starts with young Sachin playing a prank on his neighbour. A voice over follows with Sachin Tendulkar saying: "I was only 10-years-old when India first won the World Cup (1983)". I picked up a bat and eventually realised my dream. Previous year saw the releases of movies on cricketers M.S. Dhoni (M.S. Dhoni - The Untold Story) and Mohammed Azharuddin (Azhar).

The Sachin movie is being produced by Ravi Bhagchandka and Carnival Motion Pictures, under the production house named 200 Not Out Productions. While travelling in a BEST bus, the conductor asked me for ticket. "That is the one moment, I wanted to live for". The background music composed by Academy Award victor AR Rahman in conjunction with chants of Sachin Sachin will give you goosebumps for sure. 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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