Sachin: A Billion Dreams DVD Review

How fitting that I should be reviewing Sachin: A Billion Dreams, at a time when http://www.sillypointcricket has recently surpassed The Little Master’s’ Test tally of 15,921.

It’s getting on for two and a half years now since I commenced writing this blog and I’ve since added audio and even brought YouTube videos to the crease. This has, for the most part, been done without the help of social media. I’m not on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook etc and realise how putting some effort in on those mediums could help raise the profile of both me and my blog… but ‘life’ must take priority, sometimes at least!

Anyway, onto the task at hand… Sachin: A Billion Dreams.

I was worried that the film would be a little self-indulgent and sickly but I must say that I really enjoyed it. It does though highlight what a difference opportunity and practice make. It’s exquisitely shot (Rather appropriate) and provides an insight not just into Sachin or cricket but India in general. At two hours twenty minutes long, it’s a decent Test dig but there is a man’s childhood and twenty year career to cover!

For cricket tragics like myself, it’s well worth watching.

Sachin: A Billion Dreams scores… 90 not out

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