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.
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.