“Hind Mere Jind” depicts the journey of life of Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar, widely known as one of the greatest batsmen of all time.
He embraces his love and zest for life, and his friends, the stars of the world. Sachin has ultimately woken up from his sleep and, his expectations have been awakened too. Despite the dark times, he realizes light will eventually win.
WORD – Beliya – Love, Neend – Sleep, Umeedo – Expectations, Roshni – Light
Sachin acknowledges India to be his life. And, he profoundly announces that India’s victory is certain. Referring to cricket.
WORD – Hind – abbreviation of Hindustan (India), Jind – Life, Pakki – Certain, Jeet – Victory
FACT – Tendulkar’s father named him Sachin since he was a huge fan of the legendary music composer- Sachin Dev Burman.
He appeals to everyone to accept every situation lovingly. Sachin wonders why all of them always accept and wish good, only when one loses?
WORD – Sabhi – Everyone, Sadaa – Always, Bhala – Good.
FACT- When Sachin scored his first test hundred in England, he was gifted an expensive Magnum champagne bottle. Since he was below 18, he couldn’t open the bottle but eventually popped it when his daughter was born. (Image courtesy - MensXP)
Woh meri jaan tha woh meri jind hain
Aa rahi hain sadaa dil ke hakar se
Ab zameen mann le baat ye pyaar se
This India, which has been created to reach the highest pinnacle, is Sachin’s soul and now, it is his life. He always wishes to make his country proud on the field.
His heart always believed that India would reach the very top in world cricket eventually. He now, asks the land to concur with him affectionately.
WORD – Shikhar – The top, Jaan – Soul, Zameen – Land.