Washington D.C.: The wait is finally over with the release of 'Sachin: A Billion Dreams.'
With this, Sachin Tendulkar becomes the only Indian to have a biographical drama on his life journey. He has been included in the league of Mohammad Ali, Ayrton Senna, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Michael Jordan, who have had such biographical drama's based on them.
Former Indian cricket player Sachin Tendulkar along with his wife Anjali Tendulkar during the premiere of film Sachin: A Billion Dreams in Mumbai, India on May 24, 2017. A special premier of the film was organised of the Indian cricket team. (Utsav Devdutta/SOLARIS IMAGES)
This genre (biographical drama) resonates with the viewer on a deeper level because they focus on res life individuals as it is the most real representation of facts. With that, comes an intimate and immediate connection to the person it is based on.
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Films, in general, have the power to move you. But biographical drama's have the power to inspire change.
The biographical drama, ' Sachin: A Billion Dreams,' written and directed by James Erskine, encompasses the personal insights on Tendulkar's life from his family, first hand. For the first time, his family, his mother, brother, wife, will be seen talking about the living legend.
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The film's trailer and the track, 'Sachin Anthem' created an immense buzz amongst the cine-goers as well as cricket fanatics.