Sachin a Billion Dreams Review by IMBD: This film is such a treat for the fans of Sachin Tendulkar and cricket that it needs to be watched while relaxing in a sports lounge of a medium. It is laced with great storytelling, amazing real-time footage, a sneak peek into Sachin Tendulkar’s life. In fact, it has all the right ingredients to make the sports docu-drama grand. read below full details on Sachin Movie Review by IMBD.
Sachin a Billion Dreams Review by IMBD
- Sachin A Billion Dreams movie cast: Sachin Tendulkar, Arjun Tendulkar, Mayuresh Pem, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Anjali Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Sara Tendulkar
- Sachin A Billion Dreams movie director: James Erskine
Sachin: A Billion Dreams is thankfully not a biopic. This is a documentary not merely about the man with that name, but one narrated by him, one where he tells his own story in his own words. It is not journalistic or incisive or probing.
India changes dramatically through Tendulkar’s twenty-four year career, best expressed by the file footage of a drastically young Prannoy Roy and, more than a decade later, a young Rajdeep Sardesai, newscasters who age while the story remains the same.
Tendulkar fanatics can also feel the adrenaline rush because the film revisits his introduction to the world—yes, the time when he hit Pakistan’s Abdul Qadir for four sixes in one over at the 1989 Exhibition Match.
Our overall critic’s rating is not an average of the sub scores below.
- Direction: 3/5
- Dialogues: 2.5/5
- Story: 2.5/5
- Music: 3/5
- Visual appeal: 3/5
Sachin: A Billion Dreams is easily the best movie on cricket, and whether you are a Sachin Tendulkar fan or not, you should watch the movie.