Bollywood welcomes Sachin Tendulkar on Twitter
New Delhi: Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar has joined Twitter, and film personalities went all out to welcome the ace cricketer on the micro blogging site.
One of Sachin`s early tweets were: "By the way this time its real me. No more wrong information..."
Soon after, many actors posted messages on their Twitter pages welcoming him.
"The original rock star is here. Welcome Sachin Tendulkar. He is here. Give him all the love he deserves," posted Arjun Rampal.
Deepika Padukone wrote: "The only record left for him to break is maximum number of followers. Welcome the one and only and my favourite Sachin Tendulkar."
Karan Johar: "A big welcome shout for the Sachin Tendulkar himself. Enjoy!"
Shilpa Shetty: "Finally on twitter, the god of cricket himself. A big welcome shout for Sachin Tendulkar himself. Spread the word."
Riteish Deshmukh: "Sachin Tendulkar is on Twitter. We want him to beat Ashton Kutcher hollow. Spread the word. Follow Sachin."
Rahul Bose: "Welcome Sachin. What a pleasure!"
Arbaaz Khan: "Amcha Sachin tendulkar aala re (Our Sachin Tendulkar has come)... Welcome India`s favourite son on twitter!!!"
Even internationally popular Indian filmmaker Shekhar Kapur said: "Welcome Sachin."
Sameera Reddy: "Twitter got more awesome. Let`s welcome the undisputed king of cricket! We Love u Sachin! Sachin Tendulkar."
Atul Kasbekar: "Ladies and gentlemen, it is my proud privilege to introduce finally to Twitter, Sachin Tendulkar, follow the King now, go go go!!! Let`s get Sachin on top of the Twitter verse in world record time, how cool to have an Indian displace Ashton Kutcher."
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