Sachin’s Life + Bollywood = Boom!

You don’t need to be a cricket junkie to feel sad about the Little Master’s retirement from his playground. Fans of the God of Cricket had their hearts full, throats choked and  eyes welled up in tears as Sachin Tendulkar finally decided to call it a day. One of the many mournful Twitter posts at the announcement of his retirement went like this,

Today, we all are gonna feel old, our last childhood hero has also retired. #Sachin
Albin John George (@AlbinJohnGeorge) October 10, 2013

Sachin’s entry into cricket happened by chance. Today a calm and composed man on field, Sachin was once famously known to bully his juniors his school. In order to bring his mischief under control, his brother Ajit pushed him into cricket-coaching under Ramakant Achrekar. His glorious journey into the world of cricket thus began. Sachin grew so fond of the game that he used to sleep with his gear during his junior days. Former Indian Captain, Chandu Borde described Sachin as being the "first person to be on the field for practise and always the last to leave.



From being a young 14 year-old ball boy in the 1987 World Cup match at Wankhede, to facing the match-fixing controversy in 2000, to having one of the most successful careers in cricket history, Sachin’s life has all the ingredients to make an awe-inspiring Bollywood story. What’s mentioned above is just a glimpse into the life of the maestro. 
So it won’t be surprising if Bollywood producers think of cashing on the Master Blaster’s life.  India has been witness to the fanaticism that got triggered when two of her darlings, Cinema and Cricket collaborated and gave birth to Lagaan. Other popular films like Dil Bole Hadippa, Patiala House and Ferrari Ki Sawaari have tried their hand at mingling cricket and cinema, however the results haven’t been as fruitful as Lagaan. But Iqbal, the story of a deaf and mute boy who aspires to play National level cricket managed to touch many hearts. Imagine the level of maddening enthusiasm that will be brought about when The God Of Cricket and Cinema come together. The only challenge would lay in the execution of such a project, especially in casting for the role of Sachin Tendulkar. If executed well, this film would make it’s mark in history, much like Sachin’s career. So who would you deem fit to play the role of Tendulkar?  Methinks that Aamir Khan would be the best choice for this role, considering that he’s played enough cricket during the filming of Lagaan and also because he likes playing Mr.Perfectionist much like Sachin.
However this is just a passing thought, till then Sachin’s fans eagerly wait for his 200th test so that they can watch Indian cricket’s magician play his last innings and give him a standing ovation. Actually not just his fans but his mother, wife, children, fellow cricketers and those millions that he’s inspired wish to watch him in all his glory, for one last time on the field.

ренессанс кредит кредитная карта прозрачная картав каком банке легче оформить кредитную картувзять кредит на киви кошелек быстроприватбанк взять кредитную карту онлайн

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

6 × nine =

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

More in Cricket

  • 5 Underrated Indian Test Opening Batsmen

    In the last 27 years, since 1990, the Indian Test cricket team has had 35 different openers – either long or...

    Rahul DesaiFebruary 21, 2017
  • India v/s England: T20 Report Card

    An Eoin Morgan led England T20 side – which had reached the final of the World T20 in India less than...

    Rahul DesaiFebruary 2, 2017
  • Top Six One-Hit Bowling Wonders

    Continuing with our cricketing one-hit wonders, after a list of five batsmen last week, we will now have a look at...

    Rahul DesaiJanuary 24, 2017
  • India v/s England: ODI Report Card

    England won their first international game on their long, painful India tour at Eden Gardens – the venue of perhaps their...

    Rahul DesaiJanuary 23, 2017
  • Top 5 One-Hit Wonder Batting Stars

    The craft of batting in cricket has arguably seen more evolution than any other area over the last decade. It becomes...

    Rahul DesaiJanuary 18, 2017
  • Gujarat’s Ranji Trophy Fairytale

    A month ago, I stood in one of Ahmedabad’s famous optician stores. I observed the customers as I waited for a...

    Rahul DesaiJanuary 17, 2017
  • Chinks in India’s ODI Armour

    India v/s England, ODI series Result: India win first game to lead 1-0 in 3-match series   It ended up becoming...

    Rahul DesaiJanuary 16, 2017
  • Preview: India v/s England, ODI series

    India played only seven ODIs in 2016, and so ex-captain M.S. Dhoni (takes a while to get used to this term) always...

    Rahul DesaiJanuary 11, 2017
  • Ranji Trophy: A Shaw-shot Superstar

    A precocious 13-year-old pint-sized boy holds a bat far too large for him. In fact, his helmet and pads make him...

    Rahul DesaiJanuary 10, 2017

All articles/blogs are intended to inform, entertain and amuse. We make no representations or guarantees about the truth, accuracy or quality of any content.

Copyright 2016 © Bigtree Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved

Subscribe To Our Newsletter
Subscribe to our email newsletter today to receive updates on the latest news!
Thank You For Subscribing To Us!

Now get regular updates on the latest entertainment news and style trends.

Providing you with the best of Bollywood, Hollywood, style and more.
Get the best in entertainment, while keeping yourself entertained!
We respect your privacy. Your information is safe and will never be shared.
Don't miss out. Subscribe today.
WordPress Popup