Shah Rukh Khan wishes Sachin Tendulkar for upcoming biopic, gets a philosophical response

In his own inimitable way, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan wished Sachin Tendulkar for his upcoming film and elicited a philosophical response from the cricket legend.

PTI April 19, 2017 20:12:17 IST
Shah Rukh Khan wishes Sachin Tendulkar for upcoming biopic, gets a philosophical response

New Delhi: In his own inimitable way, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan on Wednesday wished Sachin Tendulkar for his upcoming film and elicited a philosophical response from the cricket legend.

Shah Rukh Khan wishes Sachin Tendulkar for upcoming biopic gets a philosophical response

File photo of Shah Rukh Khan (L) and Sachin Tendulkar. AFP

A film on Tendulkar – Sachin A Billion Dreams – will release worldwide on 26 May and celebrities across various walks of life have been wishing the cricket legend on social media. Shah Rukh's good luck post though stood out.

Tendulkar, who rarely shows his emotions, gave a glimpse of his philosophical side while responding to the gesture of extremely popular actor.

"I believed, when u did well I would 2 & when u didn’t,I will fail. Like a billion others I miss my guiding lite. ATB for the film," Shah Rukh tweeted.

In reply, Tendulkar tagged Shah Rukh's post and replied: "Zindagi me haar na hoti to koi kabhi jeet ta nahi aur kuch seekhta bhi nahi. Touched by your words like a billion others, love u @iamsrk :-)".

Among the other notable personalities to have wished Tendulkar include Rajinikanth, Madhuri Dixit-Nene and Shreya Ghosal.

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