Directed by Ashwini Malik, 'Coach Kameena' follows the journey of a youngster, who has a natural talent for running.
"'Coach Kameena' is about a sports coach in Punjab and his struggle to help a 17-year-old boy, who has a natural talent for running, pursue his career in athletics. The boy's mother wants her son to become an engineer and take up a regular job," Onir told PTI.
"It is all about letting people realise their dreams. It is an inspirational sports film," he said.
Earlier, Nagesh Kukunoor's 'Iqbal' focused on a cricket loving boy (essayed by Shreyas Talpade) from a remote Indian village, who also faces obstruction from his family and aims to overcome his difficulties and become a cricketer to fulfill his dream of playing for the Indian team.
On comparisons, Onir said, "It is not on the lines of 'Iqbal' at all. It is not about cricket. It is about running. Also, it is not a biopic or based on any real life person."
The director-producer had raised funds for his film 'I Am' through social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.
After bagging two national awards including Best Hindi Film for 'I Am', producers Onir and Sanjay Suri have again decided to go for crowd sourcing.