You don’t need to comprehend cricket to appreciate a decent cricket motion picture. “Lagaan” (2001), whose centerpiece was a stirring match of underdog (Indian) versus overdog (British colonials), got the heart beating, regardless of the possibility that you couldn’t take after every one of the intricate details of the diversion. It was the uncommon Bollywood film to reach over the passageway, figuratively speaking, drawing in moviegoers past the devoted.
To warm to the biopic “M. S. Dhoni: The Untold Story,” you most likely do need to be a cricket fan, and a liberal one at that. Long (180 minutes) and slow, it takes you through the term of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the unflappable commander of the Indian cricket group that won the 2011 World Cup.