Suresh Raina shares a funny incident where he mistook Sachin Tendulkar’s son Arjun as an air hostess

Suresh Raina retired from international cricket last year. But the former Indian cricketer is now playing for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL. Suresh Raina’s book Believe: What Life and Cricket Tut Touch is in the spotlight these days. Raina was a member of Team India who won the 2011 World Cup. Raina, in his book, mentions a funny incident related to Sachin Tendulkar, India’s greatest cricketer. The incident occurred in 2006 while on a flight to Team India.

According to the book, Sachin Tendulkar and Raina were sitting in the aircraft business class. Recalling the incident in her book, Raina wrote that an air hostess came to Tendulkar for an autograph. However, she turned to Raina again and said, Sachin’s son Arjun Tendulkar had mistakenly said, ‘Hi Arjun, how are you? How’s your mom “Before left-handed batsman Raina said anything, Sachin Tendulkar intervened.

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Sachin jokingly tells the air hostess that they are both fine but Anjali (Sachin’s wife) is angry that she has not focused on her (Arjun) lately. The air hostess then realized his mistake, he said. He saw someone click the picture with him, which made him realize that he was an Indian cricketer, not Arjuna. Then the air hostess came up to him and apologized. Obviously she was embarrassed.

Suresh Raina will play for Chennai Super Kings in the second season of IPL 2021. Raina played a good innings for CSK in the first half of IPL 2021. The second season of IPL 2021 will start from September 19. CSK performed well in the first phase of ISL. He is second on the point list after winning five out of seven games.

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