While talking about the film, Sachin said, "Being a private person, I did not want to say yes to this project, therefore, it took me nearly eight months to get convinced".
He recently met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and tweeted, "Briefed our Hon'ble PM @narendramodi about the film #SachinABillionDreams & received his blessings". The film is a tribute to the hard work and determination of one individual, but it is also an inspiring lesson for the youth of today, who clearly needs a real-life hero, to prove to them that success comes to those who strive, against all odds. The film is directed by James Erskine and Music is given by AR Rahman. "I have to be myself", he added. To watch him get involved and cheer for me was so unreal for me. For the first and the last time, I guess I could see Sachin cheering for me, playing cricket. And when I got there, it was about winning the World Cup for India.
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In a video that he shared, Khan said, "Well, you know how we are such huge fans of his". Tendulkar says that in the movie, he has revealed what went through his mind during the lowest point of his career.
Apart from showing the most iconic moments in Tendulkar's life, the movie also throws light on his personal life. I have spoken about those moments.
Even though the legendary Master Blaster cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has retired from the game of cricket, there is not even a single soul from whose memory the name "Sachin" has got erased.