While the best moments of Tendulkar's life on the field is the stuff of legends, it is his personal journey from a young boy to the cricketing icon, which the movie captures on the big screen. The movie releases on May 26, 2017. Sachin's meeting with PM Modi comes just a week ahead of the release of his much-awaited film.
The trailer also shows Sachin's wife Anjali Tendulkar speaking about everything in his life came second after cricket and how he could not sleep when the team did not perform well.
Sachin took to social to post the picture of him shaking hands with the Prime Minister.
In his second tweet, Sachin wrote: "Thank you for your inspiring message @narendramodi ji 'Jo khele, Wahi khile!' Could not have agreed more".
"Had a very good meeting with @sachin_rt".
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".
"I've been myself (in the biopic), because that is how people have known me for a number of years". Tendulkar says that in the movie, he has revealed what went through his mind during the lowest point of his career.
A decision to this effect was taken by the state cabinet, in compliance with the government's policies, read a statement from the makers of the film.
With AR Rahman's score "Hind Mere Jind" already making waves, and the musical rendition of the popular "Sachin".