The much anticipated trailer of master blaster Sachin Tendulkar is finally out with Tendulkar’s narration in the background, it goes right straight to the heart. Have you ever thought about the fact that Sachin was only 10 years old when India won the World Cup in 1983? Well, he was. He was also at one point a child, like any other child, naughty and full of hopes and dreams. The background music composed by AR Rahman is a great fit with each and every shot. Brownie points to the track that plays when the cricketer is all set to walk out to the pitch. The shot of him on the field, running for victory and going for boundaries look amazing. Watching the trailer was like reliving the old moments. However the more interesting part of the trailer is about the legends personal life. It is about how cricket was always his first priority. Even when he is having fun with his kids, acting all-goofy in the back of his mind, cricket has a space forever.
The times when match fixing was confirmed to fans taking their anger on Sachin, the trailer has it all. And the best part is, the trailer shows billion or more fans that Sachin has come to gain over the years. It concentrates lightly on the struggles and more so, on the man himself. In the trailer we also get a glimpse of former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni talking about Sachin.
Watch the Trailer here:
The movie is not like any other biopics and has documentary style shots accumulated over the years but when the crowd shouts out the name of their favourite player-it echoes. The trailer has surely managed to grab the attention of the fans. Starring Sachin Tendulkar himself along with Virender Sehwag and MS Dhoni and directed by James Erskine, this documentary has all the potential of breaking records left, right and centre at the box office, just like Sachin did on the cricket field.