There is no doubt about the fact Bollywood and cricket has a strong connection. Till date, we have heard about the gossips of love affairs between Bollywood beauties and our Men in blue. But, recently according to reports, it is revealed that the relation and bonding between the duo is so strong that one could go to any extend to help out the other.
According to the Mumbai Mirror reports, Sachin Tendulkar used his good offices to secure permission to shoot at the historic Lords stadium for director Vidhu Vinod Chopra. The film, Ferrari Ki Safari, is about an eight-year-old who gets a chance to play at the stadium where Team India led by Kapil Dev had first lifted the World Cup way back in 1983.
In fact, Mumbai Mirror reporters caught Chopra and director Rajesh Mapuskar discussing a scene at the stadium, which played gracious host to the first-ever Hindi film.