Sachin Tendulkarin life's history was converted into a documentary with Sachin: a billion dreams. O film portrayed how Sachin's journey impacted not just the cricketing world but also the entire country. The documentary released in 2017 was directed by James Erskine and produced by Ravi Bhagchandka and Shrikant Bhasi, with music by AR Rahman.
And it appears that producer Ravi Bhagchandka, through his company 200 Notout, has acquired the rights to Sachin Tendulkar's friend's life story Vinod Kambli.Rights have been acquired for all languages ​​and for all types of formats (film/web show, etc.) currently existing and for those that will be created in the future. The producer recently shared a notice in trade magazine Film Information claiming the rights, and also said that anyone else claiming them will be in trouble.
At this point, one cannot be sure whether Vinod's life will be made into a film, a web show or a documentary. Vinod is a former left-handed batsman who played for India and represented Mumbai in Ranji Trophy matches. He averages 54 Test matches but played his last Test match at the age of 23, his one-day career also ended at the age of 28. After cricket, he was involved in films, reality shows, cricket commentary and for a brief period, he was also a coach at Sachin's cricket coaching institute. He was also in the news a few years ago when he revealed that he was going through difficult financial times.