Sachin A Billion Dreams Movie Review by Rajeev Masand, Taran Adarsh, Koimoi, Times of India, IMDB, Indian Express – The god of cricket Sachin Tendulkar return on the big screen with Sachin: A Billion Dreams released today worldwide. The film is written and directed by James Erskine and produced by Ravi Bhagchandka and Carnival Motion Pictures under 200 NotOut Productions.
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Sachin A Billion Dreams Movie
Rating: 4/5. Review by Anita Iyer on Khaleej Times
Sachin: A Billion Dreams tracks the story of Sachin’s brother identifying his calling for cricket and getting him enrolled with the coach Ramakant Achrekar at Shivaji Park. The film touches upon the challenges in his career, like his first international debut against Pakistan as a 16-year-old, accepting the captaincy only to be removed unceremoniously, the match-fixing scandal, his failing health and much more. It is a story of passion and true determination as you see him bounce back each time, like a true hero.Sachin: A Billion Dreams will make you feel patriotic in places and it is one of those films that make you leave the theaters with a smile. So, do yourself a favor and watch the movie this weekend. We promise you – your 2 hours, 20 minutes will be totally worth it.
Rating:-/-. Review by Taran Adarsh on Twitter
A journey worth experiencing… Entertains. Enthralls. Enlightens.
Rating: 5/5. Review by Saiyami Kher on Rediff
All that we desire at the end of the film, is to hear the commentator on our screens state, “And the incoming batsman is Sachin Tendulkar”, and then watch him take strike for real just one more time.
Rating: 4/5. Review by Raja Sen on NDTV
We’re listening. 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.
Rating: 3/5. Review by Kriti Tulsiani on News 18
If you’re a Tendulkar worshipper, you were probably sold at the first poster itself. But nevertheless, the docudrama will be a treat for you. It’ll be like a nostalgia ride, one for the good, wherein you’ll find yourself smiling, sighing and sobbing along with Tendulkar.
Rating: 3/5. Review by Meena Iyer, on Times of India
When the protagonist has been the collective voice and conscience of India’s cricketing history, then he’s 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.
Sachin a Billion Dreams Story
Sachin: A Billion Dreams Release Date:
May 26, 2017 ( India)
Director: James Erskine
Producer: Ravi Bhagchandka, Carnival Motion Pictures
Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Run Time: 2 hours and 20 Minutes