Parthiv Patel recalls Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar’s golden lessons on The Kapil Sharma Show

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The upcoming week will be filed with emotions, fun and drama on Sony Entertainment Television’s acclaimed comedy show, The Kapil Sharma Show. Viewers will get to see the perfect blend of music and sports where renowned cricket players from IPL, Deepak Chahar, Surya Kumar Yadav, and Parthiv Patel, will be seen on the show followed by, ‘One India My India’ music stars; Sukhwinder Singh, Mithoon and Jubin Nautiyal. In an interesting turn of events, Parthiv Patel will be seen revealing his past experience on working with Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar and recalling what he said during the match between India and Pakistan in Mohali during 2011 World Cup.

During the show Kapil Sharma who will be seen conversing with Parthiv discussed how players should be very particular about their diet before and after matches. It needs utmost mental and physical stamina for the body. Joining the conversation Parthiv shared an incident from the 2011 World Cup match between India-Pakistan at Mohali. Parthiv mentions, “During the match there were strict restrictions on entering the premises with outside food. For this very reason, there were situations where we had to starve in our dressing room“.

Recalling the conversation with Sachin Tendulkar Parthiv also said, “Sachin Tendulkar gave us a wonderful lesson. He addressed us and told us that if we want to starve, starve it to win the match. This boosted the team’s confidence to another level.” Further Kapil added, “The way the Indian cricket team players handle pressure is unbelievable and makes our country proud.”

Further in the show, Kapil will be seen asking Parthiv Patel to translate a few sentences in Gujarati which will make him and everyone present in the audience crack up. On the other hand, Surya Kumar Yadav will talk about his sweeper shot and Deepak Chahar will be seen revealing the real reason of joining the cricket team because he was too bad in the academics and vice versa in sports.

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