New Delhi: That Virat Kohli is Sachin Tendulkar's batting successor may seem obvious now, but it wasn't so back in 2012.
Soon after the master blaster scored 100 international hundreds, Mukesh and Nita Ambani hosted a felicitation party for him at their residence.
In attendance were Bollywood bigwigs, industry tycoons and Team India cricketers.
When it was Salman Khan's turn to deliver a short speech, he asked Sachin who can break his world record.
Tendulkar tipped Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, the two young guns, to do it.
While Rohit has gone to be a key member of the Indian team, Kohli looks like a real challenger to break Sachin's ODI records.
If the Delhi batsman displays as much consistency in Tests, he will have a real chance to surpass Sachin's feat.