It took me 8 months to accept the idea of biopic: Sachin

My second innings is about doing what gives satisfaction Sachin Tendulkar

My second innings is about doing what gives satisfaction Sachin Tendulkar

But, Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is not taking the same route. He is playing his role in the biopic. While most of the celebrities are known for holding a high-profile premiere for their upcoming flick, fondly known as the "god of the Indian cricket, ' Sachin Tendulkar chose to hold the first screening of his movie for the Indian Armed Forces in Delhi".

After screening, the legendary cricketer stated that ever since he chose to do his biopic, he always thought of showing it first to our honorable Indian Armed Forces. Whenever I went to bat, it was me as an individual.

Tendulkar was presented a memento by Air Chief Marshal Dhanoa on the occasion. He claimed that Sachin's career is very inspiring to watch. The world's best batsman after retirement wanted to start his second innings and do whatever that gives him satisfaction. Emotions play a bigger part in his life story which he is showcasing in the film.

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" "I want every viewer to carry a special moment with him".

Mahesh Babu took the twitter and wrote, "Legend, Superhero, Master Blaster Many names".

The first screening of the film also took place in Delhi, and it happened in the presence of IAF officers. Helmed by award-winning British filmmaker James Erskine, the film traces his 24-year journey on the cricket pitch. Sachin, his son, his wife Anjali were seen at the special screening.

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