Satnam Singh Bhamara’s ‘One in a Billion’ ready to be told
In a nation with 1.3
Introduced to the sport at a very young age, Satnam Singh Bhamara is the only Indian-born player ever to be drafted to the NBA, making his inciting story worth being told to the world. From being an unknown entity in a farming village to becoming a global name to reckon with, Satnam has carved his own success. In a cricket-obsessed nation, Satnam has given basketball a new meaning by triggering a newly ignited following for the sport that is here to stay and grow. In effect, Satnam represents an entire nation, and the true spirit of being one in a billion. The Netflix exclusive documentary chronicles his unprecedented journey to global recognition, and is directed by New York Emmy Winner Roman Gackowski, featuring some of the most noteworthy personalities of basketball including Adam Silver (NBA Commissioner), Mark Cuban (Dallas Mavericks Owner), Vivek Ranadivé (Sacramento Kings Owner), and Tory Justice (Sr. Director, Basketball Operations-International).
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One in a Billion follows the journey of 7 foot 2 inches Satnam Singh Bhamara, from his home of Ballo Ke to New York City, as he created history. Building up to a climactic draft night after years of hard work, Satnam has created a strong bridge between India and basketball, a feat that he solely achieved because of his pure grit and determination.