Sachin Tendulkar Documentary: A 14-episode series will release ahead of his 50th birthday

The series will be featuring some unseen interviews with several former international cricketers.

A 14-part capsule series comprising of very rare footage of the legendary Sachin Tendulkar will be released ahead of his 50th birthday.

Marron Media is the agency that has been appointed to exclusively represent the release of rare archival footage of the master-blaster. In their most recent tweet, the agency had revealed that they have planned to release the series ahead of his 50th birthday i.e 24th April 2023.

Marron Media Co-Founder, Lara Richards said, “This is a treasure trove of material for Tendulkar fans. We are delighted to have been able to secure this rare archive of footage of Sachin Tendulkar, alongside the wonderful film, Tendulkar at 25. We are sure the sporting world will be eager to take advantage of this special archive which is a nod to one of the most loved sportsman still in the world today.”

The series will be showcasing some of the extensive footage that was originally shot as part of Tendulkar’s first-ever official biopic. It has content of about 12 hours which is previously unreleased.

This unseen footage has been repackaged for digital and television release into a 14-part capsules series to be known as ’97 minutes’ and will also be featuring the original hit documentary ‘Tendulkar at 25.’

The series will be featuring some unseen interviews with several former international cricketers talking about Tendulkar which will include the likes of Sir Gary Sobers, Wes Hall, Ravi Shastri, Shane Warne, David Gower, Ian Botham, Wasim Akram, and many more.

The series will be filmed both in-studio and on-location, it will include some of the unseen, up close and personal interviews with Tendulkar. The unseen interviews will also include his wife Anjali, late father Ramesh, and brothers Nitin and Ajit who would be sharing some of their memories of Sachin from his cricketing days.

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