New Delhi: He was rarely seen in Rajya Sabha due to his busy cricket schedule but parliamentarians hope that Sachin Tendulkar will play an equally memorable inning as a member of Parliament after he retires from the game next month. (Read: Sachin to play his final Test innings in Wankhede Stadium)
Tendulkar was nominated for the upper house of Parliament in April this year along with actress Rekha and activist-businesswoman Anu Agha. (Read: Sachin's retirement plans leaves Virat Kohli emotional)
The 40-year-old Mumbaikar, considered one of the most successful batsmen ever, made his debut in Rajya Sabha on the first day of monsoon session this year but the house was adjourned after uproar over statehood demand for Telangana and Bodoland.