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Sara Tendulkar takes down troll after ‘wasting father’s money’ comment

Sara addressed her followers and her story and gave fitting reply to the troll.

Abhishek Sandikar Author

Updated - 8 July 2022 6:26 pm

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Sara Tendulkar, daughter of Indian cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar, was recently subjected to trolling by an Instagram user who DMed her with some uncalled-off comments. The troll wrote, ‘Wasting father’s money’. This message by the troll caught the attention of Sara Tendulkar. 

So, she decided to take on this troll comment with a witty comeback by uploading a story on Instagram. Sara addressed her followers and her story said, “Umm… Any money spent on caffeine is money well spent, not wasted LOL.”

Previously, the same person had also replied to a previous story where she had shared a picture of her brother Arjun Tendulkar adding: “Least priced guy”. Sara’s followers praised her for her reply which went viral on the internet.

Meanwhile, Arjun Tendulkar has been selected for Mumbai Indians’ pre-season camp where a bunch of young players from the 2022 squad will train and play games in England. Arjun will be joined by the likes of  NT Tilak Varma, Kumar Kartikeya, Ramandeep Singh and  Dewald Brevis. The news was first reported by PTI when they talked to an IPL insider.  

The IPL insider said, “NT Tilak Varma, Kumar Kartikeya, Ramandeep Singh, and Hrithik Shokeen are some of the players who will get exposure playing against top T20 club sides in trying conditions. Arjun Tendulkar, who is also in UK and South African youngster Dewald Brevis are also likely to join the touring party.”

“Look, the Indian domestic season has come to an end. While the top players like skipper Rohit Sharma, premier pacer Jasprit Bumrah will be now on the road with the national team, our international stars will also be busy with their respective commitments,” the source continued.

“The ones who need to be monitored are our younger crop of players as they won’t be having any match practice for three and half months before the next domestic season starts. So effectively, we can’t call it a pre-season trip as IPL is still nine months away. But it is trying to monitor the progress of our core group of youngsters going forward,” the IPL insider added.

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