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Vinod Kambli meets Sachin Tendulkar during Rajdeep Sardesai’s book launch

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Oct 24, 2017, 11:18 am IST
Updated Oct 24, 2017, 11:58 am IST
The latest picture during book launch will gives indication about what exactly is going between the two.
The recent recent post from Vinod Kambli has given clear indication that the best friends might have buried their issues to catch up with one another at a get together. (Photo:PTI/AFP)
 The recent recent post from Vinod Kambli has given clear indication that the best friends might have buried their issues to catch up with one another at a get together. (Photo:PTI/AFP)

Mumbai: Former India cricketers and childhood buddies Sachin Tendulkar and Vinod Kambli seemed to have buried their differences when they posed for selfie during Rajdeep Sardesai’s book launch.

The two have been friends since childhood days and their close friendship is known to all. As time progressed there were misunderstandings between the two which put their longtime friendship in jeopardy. Kambli once started believing that Sachin could have saved his sinking career but opted not to do so.

 

The recent recent post from Vinod Kambli has given clear indication that the best friends might have buried their issues to catch up with one another at a get together.

Kambli’s social media update reads ‘Master Blaster I Love you’. Atul Kasbekar posted a picture on the social media that had both Kambli and Sachin in the same frame.

Vinod retweeted the tweet and added a caption to it as well. He cited that it was a pleasure for him to meet all the big names, including Sachin Tendulkar.

 

Here is the tweet: “Dear Atul it was great meeting you,shishir and @sardesairajdeep too.@sachin_rt .Master Blaster I love You,” tweeted Vinod Kambli.

Kambli and Sachin played together for Mumbai. They  played together for Shardashram Vidyamandir and registered a record 664-run partnership  in Mumbai’s school cricket which existed for almost two decades. Both the cricketers were  also a part of the 1996 World Cup team where Indian team finished as the finalists.

 

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