Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar watched the critically acclaimed Marathi movie Natrang, starring national-award winning actor Atul Kulkarni.
A special screening was organised by the movie makers on Thursday at a multiplex in suburban Bandra, where the legendary batsman walked in with his wife Anjali and close friend Ajit Ranade.
He was also accompanied by filmmakers Indra Kumar, Rakesh Mehra, Nishikant Kamat, director Ravi Jadhav and lead actor Atul Kulkarni for the late night show.
The movie, depicting the plight of a 'Tamasha' artist, turned out to be a fine watch for Sachin, who was all praise for Atul's work and the film music, by composer-duo Ajay-Atul.
"On and off, I keep on watching many movies. This is a standard piece of work in the recent times," he said.