Sachin – A Billion Dreams – Movie Review

The Highly Inspiring And Emotional Biopic Of Sachin Is A Treat To Watch

Sachin – A Billion Dreams

  • Movie: Sachin – A Billion Dreams

  • Cast:  Sachin Tendulkar, Anajli Tendulkar, Arjun Tendulkar, Sara Tendulkar, Mayuresh Pem, Virender Sehwag and Mahinder Singh Dhoni

  • Director: James Erskine

  • Genre: Docudrama, Biopic

  • Rank: 3.5

3-point-5-starsThe biopic, Sachin – A Billion Dreams, is perhaps the first movie of its kind to be presented on the Indian silver screen. Featuring the master blaster himself along with his wife and children, Anjali, Arjun and Sara, the movie has been shot in docudrama style and also has Mayuresh Pem along with Virender Sehwag and M.S. Dhoni. The movie, which has been directed by James Erskine was released in theaters on 26th May 2017.
As indicated by the trailers, Sachin – A Billion Dreams, offers a realistic, emotional and inspiring narrative of the life and times of this Indian cricketer, who went on to become one of the biggest icon’s of the game. The legend, who many consider to be the God of Indian cricket, himself acts as the narrator and take the audience through the various phases of his life.  As the viewers get an insight into his childhood as well as his personal space and his moments of victory, defeat and even injuries, they feel both nostalgic and euphoric. The movie revives several memorable moments in the life and career of Sachin Tendulkar which proved to be a turning point for the cricketer.
Sachin – A Billion Dreams, offers a real treat not only for millions of his fans but all sports lovers in general. It tells a tale of dedication, sacrifice and love for the game which is above everything else. It also acts as a reminder of the fact that while a million people may be born with great skills, it takes great patience, practice and perseverance to become a legend like Sachin Tendulkar. Overall, Sachin – A Billion Dreams is a must watch movie for anyone who wants to achieve something in life and IndiaCafe24 gives it a rating of 3.5.