Watch: This is what MS Dhoni wanted in his biopic from Sachin Tendulkar's 'Sachin- A Billion Dreams'

MS Dhoni got a bit nostalgic like everyone else after he came out of Sachin- A Billion Dreams screening, though he had a few valid additions for his biopic

MS Dhoni was no different than anyone else when he walked out of ‘Sachin- A Billion Dreams’ screening. Being a huge Sachin Tendulkar fan himself, he had a fanboy look on his face and was immensely impressed by his idol’s biopic. But when he started reviewing the film, he revealed something that he wanted in his biopic, ‘MS Dhoni: The Untold Story’.

Dhoni himself grew up as a Sachin fan like the most cricket fans in the country as they longed to see the legend bat and hit a century. In the trailer as well, he revealed that he pleaded his mother that ‘Sachin ki batting dekhne do’ (just let me watch Sachin’s batting).

One thing to die for in the movie are the family videos. That’s something that I miss. I don’t have a lot of family videos. There are quite a few videos in there where paaji (Sachin) is playing with his kids, moments with Anjali bhabhi, parents, and all of that.” ALSO READ: CT 2017 IND vs NZ, Warm-Up Game: MS Dhoni’s lightning fast stumping to dismiss de Grandhomme stuns Twitter!

He clearly wanted a few of those videos in his biopic as it was missing ingredient in his movie.  Although there was one more thing to notice in the video when he comes to talk to the media after Indian skipper Virat Kohli and Yuvraj Singh. Dhoni said, “I am used to answering questions”. However, he said it in a playful mood but it seems like he misses being the captain of the side. ALSO READ: ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Watch MS Dhoni’s photoshoot ‘behind the scenes’ footage!

Recently, Dhoni played a Sachin like shot in ICC Champions Trophy 2017 game against New Zealand as he hit a short ball outside off stump from Trent Boult over point for a maximum. It was similar of the shot Tendulkar played against Waqar Younis in ICC World Cup 2003.

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