Little master Sachin Tendulkar who has been known as the 'God of cricket' since years of his cricket career has already created a buzz all over the country for his much awaited biopic namely 'Sachin: A Billion Dreams'.
Therefore, being geared up for his forthcoming movie Master blaster was recently sounding a bit emotional while talking about the film.
According to the 44 year-old cricketer the bio helped him to relive those lovely moments of life he spent in his early days- those struggle, hard works and unusual journey of just another boy to become the 'God Of Cricket.
He would also like to share those special moments with billion of his fans and followers who has been one of the most important parts of his journey.
Being delighted Sachin said, "This film has helped me relive the important moments of my life through its making. I remain a private person but realised that there is much I have not revealed or spoken about to those who have been instrumental to my life and career, especially the fans.".
"I hope the film will be yet another avenue for fans who have showered their love and blessings on me to cherish the journey that we undertook together for over 24 years", Tendulkar was quoted further while interacting with the reporters during an event.
While the spectacular life of the former cricketer is the main focus of the movie, the interesting element will be the cameo of cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who will be seen expressing his love for the master blaster cricketer.
The character of former team mate Virender Sehwag will also be seen showcasing his insights into the legend's life and legacy.
Earlier, on the occasion of little master's 44th birthday the first song of the movie was released named 'Hind Mere Jind'.
Both the trailer and the song made people drool over nostalgia the movie has.
Helmed by much acclaimed director James Erksine, 'Sachin: A Billion Dreams' will be blessed with the background music by musical maestro AR Rahman.
Erksine who is known for his several award winning films on sports was also quoted while discussing his experience with media personels.
Showcasing his gladness the director said, "Directing the film was a wonderful experience. Coming from the UK, I knew that Sachin was a cricketing legend but, even then, it was an eye-opener to see the adoration and respect that Sachin commands across the globe."
"Sachin is both gracious and a perfectionist, and being able to make this film for the Indian people and many more across the globe was a true honour", he stated further.
'Sachin: A Billion Dreams', one of the most anticipated movies of the year is all set to release on May 26, 2017.