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Sachin: A Billion Dreams
Dreams. Dedication. Inspiration.

Sachin: A Billion Dreams

26 May, 2017
2 hrs 19 mins
51,248 votes
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A ten-year-old Sachin watched the Indian Cricket Team lift its first World Cup trophy in 1983, and, twenty-eight years later, the whole world saw him lift the trophy in 2011. Based on the life of the living legend in the cricketing world Sachin Tendulkar, the movie encapsulates Tendulkar’s passion and dedication towards the sport. With him appearing in the movie, the Master Blaster himself reveals certain aspects of his life that were never heard of before.
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Verdict - A straight drive to the heart. Sachin Tendulkar is the name that defines cricket for millions across the globe. The way he played, the discipline and commitment he had towards the game is something that every aspiring cricketer looks up to. There are many legends in the Test cricket format who were compared []... ...Read full review
Sachin:A Billion Dreams is a treat for Sachin Tendulkar fans. Its realistic, emotional and highly inspiring. It will probably make you miss him even more on field! ...Read full review
When it comes to Sachin, everything means the world. His first bat being presented by a sister endears her to us forever, etching the moment into lore. If you`re a believer, you`ll smile, sob and love this, albeit because of the subject and not the film itself. Film, in fact, is an inadequate word. This is a pilgrimage. ...Read full review
When the protagonist has been the collective voice and conscience of Indias cricketing history, then hes a tough subject to make a film on. Naturally, James Erskine puts Sachin on a pedestal and tells the story with an unnatural amount of reverence. ...Read full review
Its a tricky thing reviewing a film that celebrates the life and career of one of the most loved sportsmen this country has produced. Because fans tend to have trouble making a distinction between the film and the man. Which means any criticism of the film, any attempt on your part to point out its shortcomings will inevitably be misread as criticism of its famous subject. ...Read full review