Sachin Tendulkar, who made his singing debut for his app 100MB with Sonu Nigam, seems to have affected Viv Richards as well in the jam sessions. On Friday morning, Tendulkar tweeted a photograph of Richards and himself holding an acoustic guitar along with his most trusted instrument, cricket bat. Richards and Tendulkar met at the latter’s residence as the West Indies legend arrived in Mumbai for Indian Premier League (IPL). Meanwhile, Tendulkar’s app 100MB is a way for the fans to interact with their favourite cricketer and give them access to the latest scores, schedules, players statistics and the inside events of his IPL franchise Mumbai Indians (MI).Full Cricket Scorecard, Gujarat Lions vs Kolkata Knight Riders, IPL 2017, Match 3
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Last week Tendulkar and Sonu Nigam’s photograph floated on social media that left the viewers in splits. While Tendulkar was seen holding the mic, Sonu Nigam was seen with the cricket bat. Little did anyone know that Tendulkar would be launching his own song called ‘Cricketwali Beat’. The song is composed by Shamir Tandon with Sonu Nigam lending his voice. Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh had also advertised Tendulkar’s application on Sunday during the launch party. Tendulkar even posted a video of them through his Twitter account.
Apart from showing his presence for MI matches in IPL, Tendulkar is also gearing up for his biographical feature ‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams’, which is set to release on May 26.
The movie focuses on the journey of Tendulkar’s personal life, his career and other aspects. The movie also stars Tendulkar, his son Arjun Tendulkar and Mayuresh Pem.