Aditya Tare raids Arjun Tendulkar's hotel room, gives a glimpse of 'few hidden gems' from inside

Aditya Tare raids Arjun Tendulkar’s hotel room, gives a glimpse of ‘few hidden gems’ from inside

Tendulkar celebrated his 22nd birthday on September 24.

Arjun Tendulkar and Aditya Tare
Aditya Tare paid a surprise visit to Arjun Tendulkar on his birthday. (Photo Source: Instagram/Mumbai Indians)

Mumbai Indians all-rounder Arjun Tendulkar celebrated his 22nd birthday on September 24. On the occasion, Tendulkar’s teammate Aditya Tare provided a glimpse of his hotel room and his personal belongings.

In a video shared by the Mumbai Indians franchise, Tendulkar showed what all he has kept in his locker and almirahs in the hotel, which included his passports and some eateries. Tendulkar funnily revealed that he keeps food items locked or else his teammates would finish them all as they have done on many past occasions.

“I have got a few hidden gems in my room. Maggi Masalas come in very handy when you want to put them in scrambled eggs or in the vegetables that I don’t like. Some spicy oats, which come in handy when the room service gets late. Anywhere I go, I just can’t live without these spicy peanuts,” Arjun told.

The junior Tendulkar also revealed that whenever he performs well, he notes everything down in a notebook so that he can go back to those on days that don’t go his way.

“I write all my positives in this book. If I have had a very good session or I have performed well in a match, I write what was my mental frame of mind and what good things I did.”

Arjun, who represents Mumbai in domestic cricket, is currently a part of the Mumbai Indians setup after being brought for his base price of INR 20 lakhs in the IPL auctions earlier this year. Though, the 22-year-old is yet to make his IPL debut.

The 2021 edition of the tournament was derailed by the Covid-19 pandemic in May this year after positive cases emerged inside the bio-secure environment, forcing the BCCI to postpone the tournament before it resumed in the UAE for completing the 31 unfinished matches.

The tournament has not been away from Covid-scare in the emirates either, with Sunrisers Hyderabad pacer T Natarajan contracting with the virus, although the setback did not trouble the tournament, which is understood to continue as per its original schedule.

Five-time winners and defending champions Mumbai Indians, who resumed the edition as the fourth-placed team on the table, have slipped to sixth courtesy of two consecutive defeats in the UAE leg. They lost to arch-rivals Chennai Super Kings by 20 runs on their season resumption before being handed a seven-wicket defeat in Abu Dhabi by Kolkata Knight Riders.

 

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