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Sachin Tendulkar shares his love for food via instagram with fans

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On social media and real life Sachin Tendulkar has an army of fans. The famous cricketer likes to share bits of his personal life with his online family. Sachin loves sharing with his fans, whether it’s short clips from his travels or videos of his food adventures. He tells everyone how much he loves all things tasty. We’ve seen him enjoy everything from misal pav to pizza and desserts that make you want to lick your fingers. And now, his most recent post has another food-related twist. Sachin Tendulkar shared a video of himself sitting in a restaurant.

In the video, we first see him pick up an empty plate that was set in front of him. It has some writing on it. “Over a slice, you never know who you’ll meet.” We could also see a strange dish in front of him that looked like sliced cherry tomatoes with burrata cheese on top. The dish has a basil leaf on top. Do you know who was at the meal with him? Anjali Tendulkar, who is, of course, his wife. “Wait for the end!” was written in the caption.

Sachin Tendulkar does things that make us drool, and we can’t get enough of them. A few days ago, he ate too much of the most popular street food in Mumbai. Yes, it is definitely vada pav. He shared a photo on Instagram of a plate full of tasty vada pav. If you look closely, you can see that each of the about seven vada pavs on his plate was topped with a green chili. “Carbe Diem,” he wrote.

And how could we forget his stories about food in Jaipur? He sent us a funny video from there that showed us what he ate for breakfast. Sachin said, “When you’re in Jaipur, eat breakfast like a local.” His fancy spread included samosas, kachoris, and a variety of drinks and tasty chutneys. There were also sweet and salty treats in different bowls. In the video, Sachin also takes a sip of the delicious lassi in his glass. He wrote, “The breakfast was so good that even the peacocks wanted a bite.” As I ate, they talked about how great it was. Listen in.”

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