V/O: From the people who brought you The Gameplan...
[shot of a young Indian man throwing javelin]
V/O: ...comes the story of two teenagers out to make a fortune...
Dinesh [reading a newspaper ad]: "...one million dollars..."
V/O: ...brought together by a contest...
TV Announcer: We welcome you to the final round of Million Dollar Arm...
[alternating shots of Dinesh and Rinku throwing baseballs and a radar gun lighting up]
V/O: ...that would take them on an improbable journey all the way to the major leagues.
MLB Scout: Boys... How would you like to come to America and pitch for the Pittsburgh Pirates?
[Rinku and Dinesh turn to each other stunned]
Dinesh's mother: Oh, son. We'll miss you so much!
Dinesh's father: You'll make us proud, son!
Dinesh [climbing into a cab]: I won't let you down!
Dinesh: What is this?
American baseball farmhand: Wait... You don't know what a baseball glove is?
[cut to Dinesh trying to catch a soft toss and getting hit in the stomach and doubling over]
Dinesh [catching breath]: I'm okay!
Minor league manager: Where the heck did we get these guys?
[cut to Rinku flailing awkwardly in a batting practice cage and Dinesh bouncing a very wild pitch]
Assistant coach played by George Wendt: This isn't cricket, son!
Announcer played by Eugene Levy: That's another walk for Patel, and it looks like he's headed for an early shower [covering mic] ...back in India I hope.
[shot of Rinku spinning around to watch a homerun fly out of the park]
Announcer: Another gopher ball, and the Hillcats trail 6-2.
V/O: But hard times would test their will and form a bond that would last a lifetime.
Rinku: Dinesh--We can't give up now after we've gone this far. What about your mother and father?
Dinesh: You're right. We're both going to make it... Together.
[Dinesh and Rinku fist-pound and clasp hands]
You're an all-star
Get you're game on
Announcer: Another strikeout for Singh! And that's ten on the afternoon!...  ... Swing and a miss, strike three! Patel put some curry on that one!
All that glimmers is gold...
[collage of Dinesh pumping his fist, Rinku clicking his heels on a sprint off the mound, the bumping chests in the dugout, clubbing with teammates and beutiful women, carousing on the team bus]
Karl Ravech: Welcome back to Baseball Tonight. We have late breaking news that the Pirates have called up top pitching prospects Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel...
PA announcer: Now entering... for the Pirates... number 68... Dinesh... Patel... [shot of packed PNC Park crowd screaming and waving Indian flags]
V/O: They started out as two teenagers from tiny Indian villages and ended up an international sensation.
[shot of a crowd of Indian people around a tiny rabbit-ears TV watching a Pirates game]
Old Indian woman stereotype wearing a Pirates hat: Go Pitts-burgh Pi-rates!
[collage of Dinesh and Rinku on a billboard, disembarking a plane to a crowd of screaming Indian people waving Indian flags and Pirates banners, posing with Bud Selig, cutting tape for the Singh-Patel Indian Baseball Academy, appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, getting mobbed by autograph seekers]
V/O: From Walt Disney Pictures... It's the true story of Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel, the first Indian-born players in American professional sports... Kal Penn stars in... Indian Summer.