The resultant of all this was in the form of a film named Sachin: A Billion Dreams, which has been based on the life of Sachin Tendulkar. "Briefed our honorable PM Narendra Modi about the film and received his blessings", tweeted Tendulkar after his meeting with PM Modi.
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". Now Sachin is planning to host a special screening of his film "Sachin A Billion Dreams" for the IAF. "His life journey and accomplishments make every Indian proud & inspire 1.25 billion people", he wrote.
Tendulkar later retweeted the PM's message on the micro blogging site: "Had a very good meeting with @sachin_rt".
"We have got everything in it, I have revealed what was going on in my mind at the lowest point of my career", Sachin told CNN-News18. Sachin also speaks about achieving his dream of lifting the World Cup and says that he had to wait 22 years for the goal to be achieved, There were 5 World Cups in between, he added. "Not just me, but the whole team was working together towards achieving that dream", said the Master Blaster.
The film has already been declared tax-free in Kerala and Chhattisgarh.
Produced by Ravi Bhagchandka of 200NotOut and Dr. Shrikant Bhasi of Carnival Motion Pictures, 'Sachin: "A Billion Dreams" a biographical drama directed by award winning British film maker James Erskine is all set for a worldwide release on May 26th 2017.