Sachin Tendulkar has been moved by the Doctor Strange film as he shared a picture of his own 'Multiverse of Madnesss'.
India cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar has been gripped by the ‘Doctor Strange: in the Multiverse of Madness’ film after it was released in India on May 6, 2022. So much so that Tendulkar, who has been a part of the Mumbai Indians set up for the IPL 2022, decided to take to twitter and share a picture of his own ‘multiverse of madness’ referring to the main theme of the Benedict Cumberbatch-starrer movie.
Tendulkar strolled down the memory lane to share a picture with the fellow cricket legends like the late Shane Warne, Paul Collingwood, Brian Lara, Rahul Dravid, Muttiah Muralitharan, Yuvraj Singh, Umar Gul, Virender Sehwag, Shahid Afridi, Adam Gilchrist seemingly taken during the 200th anniversary celebration of the Lord’s — the mecca of cricket. Incidentally, Tendulakr and Warne had captained their respective sides to celebrate the occasion.
“It is an honour to be asked to captain MCC in such a prestigious fixture, and I am delighted to accept. Lord’s is such a special place to play cricket and I am very much looking forward to helping celebrate its bicentenary by taking part in this match,” Tendulkar, who was presented with an MCC Honorary Life Membership in 2010, had said ahead of the exhibition contest.
British Academy Television Award (BAFTA) award winner and the lead actor of the movie Benedict Cumberbatch had once said that Tendulkar could do justice to his role. The English actor had also said that England legend Graham Gooch is his cricketing hero in an interview on the Star Sports Network.
“Graham Gooch was my hero when growing up. I loved playing cricket and because I was a wicket keeper, I had my eye on Jack Russell. Sachin Tendulkar would do quite well in fitting the role as Doctor Strange as he is quite extraordinary,” Cumberbatch had said during the Avengers: Infinity War press tour in Singapore while speaking to Australia cricket legend Brett Lee.