Here's how Master Blaster Sachin played cricket with children from Make-A-Wish India

Mumbai,April 24: 'God of cricket' Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar celebrated his 43rd birthday on Sunday, April 24, in a special way by playing cricket with children from 'Make-A-Wish India' foundation at MIG Cricket Club in Mumbai.

Several people from cricket world wished the Master Blaster on the occasion of his 43rd birthday. Board of Control for Cricket in India ( BCCI) secretary Anurag Thakur extended birthday greetings to Sachin on Twitter. Former Indian spinner, Harbahajan Singh also wished Tedulkar on his birthday.


Indian cricket legend, who has over 34,000 international runs with 100 international hundreds to his credit, revived the memory of a dashing 134 runs which he had scored against a formidable Australian side on his birthday 17 years ago in Sharjah.

However, even after his retirement from the cricket in 2013, he still rules the heart of billions of his fans across India. [When Sachin Tendulkar celebrated his 26th birthday slaughtering Australia in Sharjah]

Make-A-Wish India foundation help children to realise their wishes and dreams. The children who are part of this NGO, suffer from some or other dangerous medical conditions. Through different activities, NGO is trying to enrich happiness and joy in their lives.

Tendulkar is assocated with NGOs which work for the welfare of needy children, who are going through though phase in their lives.

Here are some tweets on Sachin Tendulkar's birthday:


— Anurag Thakur (@ianuragthakur) April 24, 2016


— ANI (@ANI_news) April 24, 2016

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