The 'God of Cricket', Sachin Tendulkar has added another feather to his cap by finding a place at the famous Madam Tussauds Wax Museum in London. The museum houses wax replicas of famous personalities from all over the world and is a popular hot spot in London.
How could have Sachin not found a place in the famous wax museum after what he has achieved in his remarkable cricketing career playing for India? With a debut in 1989, this iconic superstar of the present generation is still going great guns after a long career spanning 20 years. He is still the hope of a billion people whenever he dons the India colors and steps in to a cricketing field. Tendulkar became the first Indian sports star to have been replicated in wax at the famous London wax museum.
Considering his busy cricketing schedule and commitments for the IPL in South Africa, representatives from Tussauds flew in to Mumbai to let Sachin Tendulkar unveil his wax statute.
Admiring the beautiful work done by the sculptors at Madam Tussauds, when Sachin met 'Sachin' he was in awe of the end-result and made a light remark looking at his wax statute, “I am glad he does not breathe.”
We all wish more success and glory for this iconic superstar who is the perfect role model to emulate.