'Please wear a helmet,' Sachin tells fans on the road

The batting legend posted a video on his social media pages of him asking two of his fans to wear a helmet on the road.

Sachin Tendulkar, seated in his car, asks his fans to wear a helmet.   -  Screenshot from Sachin's Facebook page.

After retiring from cricket, Sachin Tendulkar has involved in several social activities, including adopting a village in Andhra Pradesh and promoting hygiene and sanitation in South Asia as UNICEF's brand ambassador.

On Sunday, the batting legend posted a video on his social media pages of him asking two of his fans to wear a helmet on the road.

 

The fans, on a scooter, are seen trying to get a selfie with Sachin, who's seated in his car. Sachin, while obliging for the photo, tells them, "Okay, make me a promise. Next time wear a helmet, okay? It's dangerous for you, no? Life's very precious."

"Is that a promise?" he asks them as they take a selfie.

As his car moves ahead, he sees a man and woman, without wearing a helmet, riding on a motorcycle.

"Wear a helmet, brother," he tells them.