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Indian legend cricket Sachin Tendulkar has shared a video from his niece’s traditional Indian wedding in which he is seen trying some traditional turban. The Master Blaster looked to enjoy wearing what he explained as the ‘pheta’.

On Tuesday, the former Indian skipper uploads a clip from the wedding function on his official Instagram account. In the video content, he is heard saying:

“It is the wedding of my big brother Nitin’s daughter. For that, I am wearing this traditional pheta.”

Tendulkar shared the video with the caption:

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“#Weddings #TradionalWear #Shaadi #Celebration.”

 

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Replying to the post, his former India cricketer Yuvraj Singh said:

“Oye Sachin Kumar ehhh 😁.”

Tendulkar and Yuvraj were part of India’s 2011 50-over World Cup success at home. They also performed together for India Legends during the Road Safety World Series in Raipur last year. India Legends seized the crown by beating Sri Lanka Legends in the final by 14 runs.


Former West Indies pacer recently achieved to Tendulkar for support

Tendulkar was in the latest news when former West Indies fast bowler Winston Benjamin reached out to him for support, seeking to enhance the situation of West Indies cricket. In a video uploaded by sports journalist Vimal Kumar on his Official YouTube channel, Benjamin said:

“Previously, we used to have a tournament in Sharjah where it used to be like a benefit game for players from different countries. I don’t want benefits. All I want is for somebody to say ‘here is some equipment’ – 10-15 bats, that is good enough for me. I don’t want 20000 US dollars. I just want some equipment so that I can give back to youngsters. That’s all I am asking.”

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Sharing a specific message for Tendulkar, he gave out his phone number and added:

“Mr. Tendulkar… if you are in a position, could you assist me? Hit me up.”

Benjamin also appreciated former India skipper Mohammad Azharuddin for his assistance and said:

“I would like to thank my good friend Mohammad Azharuddin. He sent me some equipment over. Azhar, congratulations! And thank you so much for that assistance. Stay in touch. Anyone else who wants to contribute, feel free.”

The 57-year-old delineated West Indies in 21 Tests and 85 ODIs between 1986 and 1995, assert 161 international wickets.


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