WATCH: Sachin Tendulkar's Amazing Gesture For His Mother On International Women's Day Is Sure To Melt You Heart

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Sachin took to Twitter to encourage his followers in doing something good for the women in their life on this day

Written By Narayan R | Mumbai | Updated On:

Former Indian batting superstar Sachin Tendulkar was among the many who celebrated International Women's Day on March 8. The 'Master Blaster' who is known worldwide for his ability with the bat, gave a glimpse of his talent in cooking as he did something special for his mother and wife on the auspicious occasion.

Sachin took to Twitter to encourage his followers in doing something good for the women in their life on this day. Along with his wonferful message, the former Indian international posted a video in which he could be seen making 'Baingan Bharta' for his loved ones.

"Today, I am going to make baingan bharta especially for my mother," he said before adding, "This bharta is for my mother, Anjali and Sara. I want my mother to taste this first because she spent hours and hours cooking this for me when I was a kid." 

Also in the video, Tendulkar goes on to ask his mother to taste the baingan bharta which he made, for which, the Master Blaster got a thumbs up. 

"So we are in my mother's room and as always, she is praying. I don't want to disturb her but maybe ask her to taste little bit and see what happens," he mentions before giving the dish to his mother.

"I made baingan bharta, see if you like it. Tell me if tastes like how you make it. Is it spicy?" he asked his mother for which she replied, "No, it turned out well. It's really tasty."

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The video ends with Tendulkar telling everyone about how mothers across the world react even if their son fails in something. "That's how mothers are. Even if you fail in any attempt, they never tell you," he says in the end.

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