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Sunday, April 24, 2011


India’s legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar inspires new Bollywood movie – Cricket news
India has a craze for movies and cricket. Latest news from the country has linked the two entertainment domains.
According to reports, an Indian director Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s new movie, ‘Ferrari ki Sawari’, is based on India’s legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar.
Tendulkar may have won his first World Cup in his playing career but movies have not been his forte.
The India cricket team idol played superbly during the ICC World Cup 2011 to help his side lift the most coveted trophy of the game for the second time in their history.
With glory in check, the master batsman may well be on his way to inspire moviemakers around the country. Tendulkar’s illustrious career definitely demands a production based on his cricketing endeavours. Vidhu Vinod Chopra has found himself an opportunity to display his creativity.
The question of the batting maestro’s appearance in the movie is lurking in the minds of his fans, who must be thrilled by the idea of seeing their favourite cricketer star in a movie.
The movie’s leading role is being played by actor Sharman Joshi.
The film is about the unconditional love between a son and his father. The youngster’s ardent chase of a cricketer’s Ferrari transforms his fantasy of playing cricket at Lord’s into a dream that comes true.
Tendulkar is the obvious suspect in the tale as he too owns a Ferrari. There is still no word on whether the player will feature in the flick but it would not be a surprise if he did.
He has already starred in one Bollywood movie, ‘Vignaharta Shree Siddhivinayak’, which was directed by Yashwant Ingavale.
Tendulkar apparently knows about Chopra’s project and has commented on the film through a micro-blogging website.
“Vinod Chopra has a script called 'Ferrari Ki Sawari'. Just heard it. Sounds awesome,” Tendulkar tweeted.
The Bollywood flick is scheduled to be released in the later half of 2011. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for that one.

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