‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams’ made tax free in the national capital

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The film ‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams’ which is based on the life of the ‘God of cricket’ Sachin Tendulkar is garnering all the appreciation from across the country and has got a tax free status in Delhi and with four other states namely Maharashtra, Odisha, Kerala and Chhattisgarh.

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Not only are Sachin fans celebrating the heart touching story of the ace cricketer, but cinema-goers across the country are giving the film a thumbs up. Owing to a tremendously positive response, the film has crossed the Rs. 35 crore mark in India and currently stands at an Indian business of Rs. 35.75 crore in all languages in its 6-day run at the Box Office.

The figures add to an exceptionally overwhelming total for the genre of a bio-drama, thereby setting new benchmarks. The film which has garnered a tax-free status in select territories provides further impetus to its box office potential.

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The film sketching Sachin’s life on the silver screen not only takes the viewers down the memory lane but also gives an insight into the personal life of the cricketer. The nation that knew Sachin Tendulkar as the God of Cricket came in close contact with Sachin Tendulkar as a son, brother, husband, father as a person.

‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams’ has released all over India and abroad in over 2800 screens. It is directed by James Erskine and produced by Ravi Bhagchandka of 200NotOut and Dr Shrikant Bhasi of Carnival Pictures.