`Million Dollar Arm`, a true story of two Indian village boys who go on to become baseball stars in the US, premiered at the London Indian Film Festival (LIFF) and is slated to open in theatres here next month.
After playing the bad guy in `Slumdog Millionaire`, Madhur Mittal is set for a role-reversal in his second Hollywood outing `Million Dollar Arm` and the actor hopes the film turns out to be lucky for him.
Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman is busy giving finishing touches to the soundtrack of Hollywood film `Million Dollar Arm`. He says the album has collaborations with Indian and international artists.
‘Million Dollar Arm’, about two Indians who get to play baseball in the US thanks to agent J.B. Bernstein`s unconventional recruitment strategy to lure talented cricket players, will be shot in three Indian cities.