Sachin: A Billion Dreams(2017)
One line Review: Inspiring is a small word…Sachin is not a name it’s an emotion of billions of Indians!
Positive Points: It’s a documentary style filming and you get to know your cricketing God personally. It is great that they decided to keep it this way rather than choosing the other route. Here, Sachin shares what he feels before and after iconic matches, his personal life is shared closely and the narration of his life-story is rightly captured.
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Sachin Tendulkar's story, right from his childhood days is displayed on the big screen for his fans to cherish. Sachin's story begins when he was a notorious child and how his sister gifts him his ... full Plot
'Saaachin Saaachin', 'Saaachin Saaachin'.. The chant will always inject our hearts with hope, faith , passion and inspiration. Cricket - the English game we adopted as a religion has seen legends after legends inspiring generations after generations to excel and achieve your dreams. But Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar - the child prodigy who took up cricket at the age of 11 and played his first test match at the age of 16 is something beyond and so is this masterly straight from the heart driven docu feature which is as perfect and amazing as the Master Blaster's straight drive, cover drive, back foot punch on the off side or the effortless six to a fast bowler played with a straight bat with minimum follow through.More »
A Tendulkar with a Tennis Elbow had once sent an entire country scrambling for the medical dictionary.He was the national phenomenon who never fell to the picketing of the young or the protesting of his detractors.It wasn't just the strokes that captured our imagination, but also the little trinkets that came with the man.We rolled up our bracelets at funerals, just like he did when deliberating on the field; and we made that abdominal guard-adjusting motion when playing underarm cricket with tennis balls.More »
Before we start with the review, let me clarify that I am not a cricket nut at all, which means that there was no special place for Sachin Tendulkar in my heart as such... but that was before I saw James Erskine's Sachin-A Billion Dreams. What surprised me was that despite having zero interest in cricket, I cheered, whistled, winced and held back my tears alongwith the rest of the audience during the screening as if I have been following the game since childhood.More »