Friendship Day Sachin Tendulkar shared a picture on social media. This picture is of his childhood. At the same time, Sachin Tendulkar shared the picture of his childhood and explained the importance of friendship to the fans. Let me tell you that last year, on the occasion of Friendship Day, Sachin Tendulkar shared a picture of school time with Vinod Kambli.
Sachin shared childhood photo
Sachin has shared a picture on Twitter, in which he looks quite small. He is seen sitting on a swing in the park with six of his friends. Sharing this picture, he wrote, “Friends are like a floodlight on the cricket ground, who sit by the corner and see your success, and when the sun sets and the light starts to fall, then he will spread his light around you.” is. For me, every day is Friendship Day.
This photo was shared last year
Last year, Sachin Tendulkar shared a picture of school time with Vinod Kambli. Let me tell you that the most popular friendship of Indian cricket has been Sachin and Vinod Kambli. He was also known as Jai-Veeru of Mumbai Cricket. The result of their close friendship was that both of them set world records in 1988. Together they scored 664 runs in school cricket, which was included in the Guinness Book of Records. After this incident, both came to Lime Light and joined the Indian team a few years later.
There seemed to be a condition of eating food
According to Vinod Kambli, they both had their favorite food feud in the canteen. Who could eat so many vada pavs, was also conditioned. Vinod used to feed him 10 vada pavs after Sachin scored 100 runs. This is also what Sachin used to do for humor. Vinod cleverly used to leave Sachin behind when it was his turn to deliver a speech at school. One such incident is when Sachin had to give a speech. Sachin’s speech was barely one to two minutes. But Kambli got a speech from an English teacher and after reading it on the stage, Sachin was surprised. The caravan of friendship escalated and reached the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.