Sachin Tendulkar's selfie with Rajinikanth is a true example of two legends in one frame; See Photo

Sachin Tendulkar posts a selfie with South Indian superstar Rajinikanth and the picture is a true example of two legends in one frame; See Photo below
Sachin Tendulkar's selfie with Rajnikanth is a true example of two legends in one frame; See PhotoSachin Tendulkar's selfie with Rajnikanth is a true example of two legends in one frame; See Photo
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Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar is very active on his social media accounts, where he posts many pictures of him with either celebrities, families and others. However his latest Instagram selfie has stolen the hearts of many as it features along with him another legend of South Indian films who is no other than Rajinikanth. The two flash their big smiles in the selfie as Sachin captions the picture as “Always a pleasure to catch-up with you Rajni sir.” As soon as Sachin posted the picture, his fans couldn't keep their calm as they seemed to get very excited after seeing two maestros in one frame.

While of their fans commented that they were seeing two gods in one frame, others just couldn't believe his eyes. Sachin Tendulkar also posts a lot of pictures with Bollywood celebrities like Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and others and constantly stays in contact with them through his tweets. The master blaster of Indian cricket team had also wished Thalaiva on his birthday on his Twitter handle. He wrote as, “Many many happy returns of the day Thalaiva. Wishing you a healthy and blessed year ahead,” – Sachin’s tweet read. And Rajini too was quick to reply to the former Indian cricketer: “Thank you so much my dearest Sachin ... god bless.”

Meanwhile, South Indian superstar Rajinikanth has recently joined Instagram and seems to be not very active there just as yet.

 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Always a pleasure to catch-up with you Rajni sir. . . #SneakPeek rajinikanth

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When will you come out of North-South mentality?
When you people want to say something about a person from southern part you will use South Indian but when you want to convey something about a north based person you will simply use Indian. Why this discrimination? I think your knowledge on India's southern part not above Zero.

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