The film, being made for city-based Shakthi Foundation which works for the cause of physically challenged and underprivileged sections, seeks to sensitize people on the issue of providing ramps in public places to ensure a barrier-free environment for physically challenged persons.
"Seeing the struggle of a child in a wheelchair devoid of movement left an impact in my mind, which propelled me to want to form a human network strong enough to lobby for ramps," Tendulkar said in a message.
The batting maestro also appealed to fellow citizens to support the foundation in its efforts to help more children come out and live a quality life.
The batsman, recuperating from a tennis elbow, will be here in the city for the second Test match between India and Australia starting on Thursday.
Tendulkar, along with the other members of the Indian team, had mingled with over 100 physically challenged persons here in August last.
Vasanth Raghuvir, the woman behind the foundation, told PTI that the Persons With Disability Act made it mandatory for public places such as shopping malls and hotels to have ramp facility. But only 47 buildings in the city had ramps.
She said the Tamil Nadu Government had been helpful in this regard.