▪ Lagaan was shot in the late 19th century. At the time, an over in cricket used to consist of 8 balls. But in this movie, an over has 6 balls. Maybe modern cricket learnt from the movie.
Contributed by - viru
▪ In lagaan, the rainy season is seen in 'ghanan ghanan' song which is more than half of the rainy season. then after a few days the officer tells aamir to play cricket against him. he gives him 3 months for preparation. then when the match get over suddenly the rain come. how come the director can make the rainy season so long?
Contributed by - esha munshi
▪ In Lagaan they show six ball overs and the overstepping no-ball rule. During those days, not only did they have 8 ball overs but also the no ball rule was very different.
Contributed by - Aninda Sinha
▪ Bhuvan (Aamir Khan) hits a Six at the last ball to win the match for Champaner, against the Britishers. Hey! Sixers weren't in the game of cricket back then. Sixers came into existence much later, when cricketers had started using appropriate pads, gloves and rules.
Contributed by - Varun