Sachin Tendulkar and Vinod Kambli had put up a world record partnership of 664 runs while playing for Shardashram Vidyamandir against St Xavier’s High School. Tendulkar and Kambli remained unbeaten on 326 and 349 respectively.

Their friendship faced tough time when the Kambli criticised Tendulkar during an interview in 2009. Kambli mentioned Tendulkar could have done more to keep his place in the Indian side.

Brushing aside their differences, Tendulkar, Kambli, Ajit Agarkar, Amol Mazumdar and his other friends had a get-together just like old times.

Earlier, Kambli had posted a picture with his good ol’ friend, Tendulkar, ahead of the latter’s movie release, ‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams.’

Tendulkar had made his way into the Indian team at the age of just 16, in 1989 against Pakistan, with Kambli following in his footsteps two years later. Kambli arrived some years later, and became the third cricketer (after Don Bradman and Wally Hammond) to score double-hundreds in back-to-back innings. Unfortunately, he faded away.