Anand Mahindra hopes Arjun Tendulkar will ‘preserve’ Sachin’s legacy

Anand Mahindra is an Indian billionaire businessman and the current chairman of Mahindra Group, one of India’s largest multinational conglomerates.

Mahindra Group is a diversified conglomerate with interests in several industries such as automotive, aerospace, agribusiness, hospitality, and real estate, among others.

Anand Mahindra is widely recognized for his leadership in the Indian business community and has received numerous awards and honors for his contributions to industry and society.

He is also known for his active presence on social media, where he shares his thoughts on a wide range of topics, including business, technology, and social issues.

Anand Mahindra is quite active on Twitter and has a verified account with the handle @anandmahindra. He frequently shares his views and insights on various topics and also interacts with his followers on the platform.

Anand Mahindra hopes Arjun Tendulkar will ‘preserve’ Sachin’s legacy

Sachin Tendulkar’s son, Arjun Tendulkar recently made the headlines after he took his maiden IPL wicket to his name. He dismissed Bhuvneshwar Kumar to get his first-ever IPL wicket during the game against Sunrisers Hyderabad.

After the game, popular business tycoon Anand Mahindra also took to his social media and opened up how he celebrated Arjun’s milestone just like everyone else because of his affection for Sachin Tendulkar.

He wrote, “I cheered—along with millions of Indians—for #ArjunTendulkar when he breached this milestone. That’s because of our affection for @sachin_rt based not just on his cricketing feats but his humility & graciousness. That is also a huge legacy which I hope Arjun will preserve.”

After the game, Arjun Tendulkar, at the post-match presentation said, “My plan was to just bowl wide and get the batsmen hitting into the longer side. I was itching to bowl, yes. I love bowling and am happy to bowl any time. We [Sachin and him] talk a lot about cricket. We talk tactics and plans. I just focused on my release and the lengths I want to bowl. If it swings, it is a bonus; if it doesn’t, so be it.”