It’s Cricket, No?

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‘It’s Cricket No?’ is the journey of the Indian blind cricket team and its players. Started in the ’80s by the National Institute for the Visually Handicapped in Dehradun, blind cricket in India has grown through the years. For the first time, a team of 14 players from different parts of India was sent to England for a tournament to play against the English blind cricket team. They whitewashed the series and returned home victorious. With lack of funding, however, the team is facing difficulty in continuing their passion. The film portrays how, in a country where cricket is a religion, this team of visually challenged players deserve the support of equipment and finance to achieve what is a passion of the players and a pride to the nation.