Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar also popular as Master Blaster, all-rounder or God of the Cricket has proved that his talent is not confined to the Cricket Stadium. In December 2012, Sachin announced his retirement from ODIs and in October 2013 he took the retirement from the Twenty20 Cricket. After which he took his retirement from all forms of cricket on 16th November 2013 after playing his 200th test match against the West Indies in the Wankhede Stadium Mumbai. Recently, a poster of him was posted on social media in which the legend cricketer Sachin Tendulkar was having a mic in his hand and the legend singer Sonu Nigam besides him was holding a bat in his hand. This made their fans go curious about the poster mystery. The mystery everyone was waiting for has been revealed with the cricket wali beat at the grand finale of the singing reality show ‘Indian Idol 9’. Sachin made his singing debut with singer Sonu Nigam in a song titled “Cricket Wali Beat”.
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The song was released on 2nd April, which marks the sixth anniversary of India’s World Cup win in 2011. Remembering all the moments Sachin mentioned about every single player with whom he played his world cup. The song is now available only on Tendulkar’s new app, which will give fans access to all the information on the legend cricketer. Since, the song is out people are going crazy on social media after hearing master blaster. The song is composed by Shamir Tandon.
Sachin’s song has come up with the music talent of him and it seems that people have liked his talent a lot. Sachin’s fans all over the world are applauding his song on social media. Twitter is too busy appreciating and talking about the song.
Sonu sang the track with Sachin said Sachin is a very good singer and he was crooning in a right tone therefore they didn’t even use the pitch corrector for the song.
Sachin previously released his autobiography ‘Playing It My Way’ in 2014 which was a great success. It even entered in Limca Book of Records for 2016. Besides this there are various book focusing on Sachin, his career and achievements. This year on May 26 a movie based on Sachin’s life titled “Sachin: A Billion Dreams” is slated to release, directed by James Erskine.