Two days after his retirement, Sachin Tendulkar has planned a big bash to celebrate his retirement from international cricket, reports Mumbai Mirror.
Sachin bid adieu to cricket in a tearful farewell ceremony on Saturday after Team India gave him a winning send-off by beating West Indies in the little master's 200th Test match.
The celebration which was planned keeping in mind the Test would end on Monday, actually had to wait for 48 hours since India won the match in three days, which put a question mark over whether all of Sachin's team-mates would attend the party. However, Mumbai Mirror reports that barring a few players, other decided to stay in Mumbai.
Ishant Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara and one other player won't be there in Mumbai on Monday to be part of the occasion, the report said, for which the invites have been personally sent by Sachin's wife Anjali.
The celebration will see over 1000 guests from the cricket fraternity, Bollywood and media attending the event hosted by the Tendulkars at the Waterstone Club in Andheri East.
Bolly wood Super Stars Shah Rukh Khan and Amir Khan are expected to grace the occasion, alongside the family of Mumbai Indians' owner Mukesh Ambani and Sachin's former schoolmates from the Shardashram Vidyamandir.