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Sachin: A Billion Dreams: Movie review


The one of the most awaited real life biopic based on Indian legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is up in the cinemas. NO matter what we say what we write we can’t define him and his twenty-four years of magnificent contribution to cricket what less if fans of cricket call him the GOD of it.

Sachin Tendulkars's bio-pic
Sachin Tendulkars’s bio-pic

Director: James Erskine
Cast: Sachin Tendulkar, Anjali Tendulkar, Sara Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Arjun Tendulkar, Mayuresh Pem, Sara Tendulkar Mahendra Singh Dhoni,
The memory of Sachin’s career is still fresh among the fans of cricket but you have never seen in this twenty-four year are the moments of Sachin Tendulkar with his Parents, elder brother, his wife &children as well as coach and teammates, so this movie for sure gives you the opportunity for the same to see what you missed.
Sachin A Billion Dreams the biopic have delivered the promises it makes with the fans. The movie shows the bright side of the portrait of a legendary cricketer and his life that heart, mind, and soul are connected to billion dreams which resemble the name of the movie. He represents cricket of that country for which cricket is religion and Sachin is its God.
The stuff you going to get in the documentary of 2hours and 20 minutes is what everything related to Sachin and everything else you want to know about him. In the movie where some of his moment with his parents and Family, With his coach and teammates and with his closed one will give you a close experience of his life to you.
The movie features the life of the legend as well as his love life with his beloved wife Anjali and in the movie his wife says he love spending all the free time with his kids but he never changed nappies. The movie also shows his journey from hardship to the finest hour, from childhood to grown man and his life most especial dream off winning world cup which he did on his home ground in 2011 at the Wankhede Stadium.

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Critics rating for Sachin: A Billion Dreams are almost equal from all:
Hindustan times- 3.5
Times of India- 3
Indian Express- 3
Deccan Chronicle- 3
First post- 3


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