Sachin Tendulkar stops car to tell fans to wear helmets. Applauded by Mumbai police

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Sachin Tendulkar has always been someone who's promoted road safety, even if he it involved him personally reaching out to people to educate them on the matter.

The cricket legend has done it again.

While taking a ride across city and spotting a couple of folks riding without wearing any helmets. Sachin not only slowed down and then stopped his car to speak to them, he also urged one such rider to ensure road safety by

The cricket god, who was capturing the entire incident on camera, uploaded the clip on his Twitter handle in an attempt to raise awareness on the matter of road safety and the significance of wearing helmets, insisting that not just the rider, but also the person sitting on the back seat should be wearing a helmet - as they both are at equal risks, if anything happens.

"Rider or pillion, both lives matter equally. Please, please make wearing helmets a habit. Just my opillion" - he wrote.

The move immediately received widespread praise on the social media outlet, as people lauded the superstar's efforts to raise awareness and show concern.

Sachin also got some praise from the official Twitter handle of Mumbai police who called it the cricket veteran's "best shot ever."


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