• The exposition is slow. The film begins with a clichéd explanation of why “cricket is religion” and how it is “primarily a contest between bowler and batsman”. Inane commentary peppers even the best of cricket matches on TV, but that doesn’t take away from the excitement. Similarly, this film overcomes its clichés and stays relevant primarily as a human drama.

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