Sachin hoped the film would be another avenue to reach fans and reveal more about his life.
The former India captain, who played for over 24 years - scoring over 34,000 runs and hitting 100 centuries in worldwide cricket, spoke about the biopic and the experiences and passion about his life. The docu-fiction traces the iconic cricketer's career, his achievements and failures. His wife Anjali Tendulkar is also seen in the trailer and says, "Cricket was first for Sachin and we were all second". Sachin recently said that the film is not just about cricket. Precisely what Sachin Tendulkar made us feel for the 24 years of his global career. I am already sure you are judging me by now for my first sentence. I picked up a bat and eventually realised my dream.
"I don't think there is a greater cricketing moment for me in my life", Tendulkar replied when the anchor asked him about his most memorable moment. "I had never thought that something like this will happen. James has shown many sides of my personality in the movie, which many people are not aware of", Tendulkar said, as quoted by The Hindu. The trailer of the movie starts with a 10-year-old boy watching Kapil Dev lifting the 1983 World Cup. Without any doubt, that sits right on top. "There were some days when I would be playing downstairs for 12 hours and my food would actually come downstairs". "Sachin: A Billion Dreams" is all set to release on May 26th and will be releasing in 2000 theatres across the world.