The former India opener, who has developed a penchant for greeting cricketers in his witty way, took to Twitter asking the former Australian great if Australians are going to make a film on Sachin Tendulkar for Indians have already made a film titled 'Border' after his name.
In his tweet Sehwag also complained that Australians never acknowledged Sunil Gavaskar because they didn't make a film in his name. So will this time they'll ammend their mistake by making a film in Tendulkar's name.
Here is what the Nawab of Najafgarh tweeted:
Hpy Bdy Allan Border.Hearing joke since childhood,but Border Sahab we made film Border,you still haven't made Gavaskar,chalo make Tendulkar.— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) July 27, 2016
Allan Border was the first Australian captain to win an ICC World Cup in 1987 after beating England at Kolkata's Eden Gardens. He was the highest run-getter in Test (11,174) untill Brian Lara surpassed it in 2005.
'Border' is a Hindi feature film released in 1997, which was based on the Indo-Pakistan War of 1947. The film was a massive hit and became popular amongst Indian audience.