Being born to a famous parent always comes with its own share of pressure, often resulting in making things difficult for star kids, irrespective of what profession they are in.
On one hand, they have to constantly prove themselves to the world, live up to the reputation and the fame their parents enjoy, and on the other hand, they have to fight the battle of nepotism on a constant basis.
And just like the star kids of Bollywood, things are no different for young Indian cricketer Arjun Tendulkar.
Sachin Tendulkar is fondly known as the 'God of Indian Cricket', and the man has worked extremely hard (without any strings attached) to earn this title and looks like he's trained his son with the same ethics. From making it to the India U-19 team for the Youth-test series against Sri Lanka to taking a wicket in his first over of the match, Arjun Tendulkar is proving to be cricket's next prodigy with each passing day.
Although his talent and skills often get overshadowed by the fact that he is Sachin Tendulkar's son.
However, this time he's hogging the limelight not for his performance but for his humble nature.
Arjun, who is currently in London for a training session with the MCC Young Cricketers, was present at Lord's on the second day of the second Test between India and England.
When the match was hit by rains, Arjun was seen lending a helping hand to the ground staff at Lord's. In fact, his efforts did not go unnoticed. The official Twitter handle of Lord's Cricket Ground shared his picture to appreciate his efforts and wrote, “Not only has he been training with @MCCYC4L recently & but he has also been lending a helping hand to our groundstaff!”August 10, 2018
Some people might think that it's just a small gesture and not a big deal, but how many cricketers have we seen doing something like this?