India batting legend and United Nations goodwill ambassador Sachin Tendulkar met General-Secretary Ban Ki-moon in New Delhi during an event on Tuesday to mark the non-profit organisation's 70th anniversary. Accompanied by UNICEF national ambassador Sharmila Tagore, Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi and actor-activist Nandita Das, Tendulkar was present at the event, 'The Future We Want'.<p></p><p></p>Speaking about the event, Ban Ki-moon said, "I have received a lot of applause in India. But this evening, I seem to be the least popular person on the stage. I am indeed honoured that such individuals are lending their names to the UN cause."<p></p><p></p>He was quoted by <em>NDTV</em> as saying, "The god of cricket will now bat for the UN."<p></p><p></p>Post-retirement, Tendulkar has been seen participating in several social events. The youngest Bharat Ratna recipient was recently seen participating in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Clean India Campaign.<p></p><p></p>Tendulkar also adopted a village and announced a donation of Rs 10 lakh to sponsor a ventilator at the Nowrosjee Wadia hospital for children.<p></p><p></p>The Master Blaster also said that his biggest dream is to make sure that as many villages in India have access to electricity.