WATCH: Trailer for Sachin Tendulkar biopic A Billion Dreams

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You can watch the trailer below.

If cricket is a religion in India then there is one man who stands at the top of the piety pile; Sachin Tendulkar.

The Little Master is revered in his home country, and all over the world for that matter, for his elegance at the crease and record breaking wealth of runs that spanned his career.

It is little wonder then that Tendulkar’s life is being paid homage to in cinematic form, with A Billion Dreams hitting cinemas on May 26 to profile his incredible rise to the top of world cricket.

And on Thursday, Tendulkar shared the latest trailer for the movie which instantly made its mark on the wider world.

The trailer has already had an incredible 6.6million views [at the time of writing] less than 24 hours after being shared by the great man on Twitter and is trending on the video-sharing platform.

You can see the trailer in all its glory below.

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LIVE: IPL Match 5 - RCB vs Daredevils

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IPL 2017: Captain Smith leads from the front for Pune

Batting power: Rahane and Smith.

Skipper Steve Smith (84 not out - 7x4, 3x6) took centre stage and led from the front to help Rising Pune Supergiant to an opening victory in the IPL.

The Australian star batted superbly under lights and was aptly supported by Indian opener Ajinkya Rahane (60- 6x4, 3x6) in a second-wicket stand worth 58.

Pune required 13 of the last over of the match to win, and after snatching three singles off the first three deliveries, Smith took control and finished the match with two huge hits as RPS won by seven wickets.

Earlier, Mumbai Indians, after being put into bat, got off to a flier. England star Jos Buttler (38 from 19 balls) top scored for the Indians but it was Imran Tahir (3-28) who wrecked havoc in the away side's batting line-up. The leggie claimed the prized scalps of both Buttler and Rohit Sharma, before a late splurge from Kieron Pollard (27) and Hardik Pandya (35) helped to boost the total. However, Ben Stokes was the man to get rid of dangerman Pollard. Ashoke Dinda's final over cost 30 runs but it didn't prove to hurt Pune in the end.

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