Tendulkar credits infrastructure for U19 team success
"When I saw these kids standing on the front row, my message to all the seniors was catch them if you can. They are going to run way. It's time to keep up with them. They have got the message. It's important that seniors also respond to that," he said.
Participants queued in front of the stage for autographs and selfies with the batting great who has played 200 Tests and 463 One Day Internationals for India scoring a record 15,921 runs in the longest format and 18,426 runs in the 50-over format.
Tendulkar was seen in a relaxed mood, obliging almost each and every fan and even bringing out a selfie stick to click group photographs. He interacted with a few kids even, signalling them to keep running and make a statement.