Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar is on a different mission.
He is desperately finding his first car – a Maruti 800.
He has asked his fans to help him locate his first car, according to reports.
The iconic player, who is passionate about cars, said the vehicle was a Maruti 800 – a small car popular with Indians in the 1990s.
He asked his fans to contact him in case they knew its whereabouts – though he did not provide much more detail.
Tendulkar retired in 2013 but continues to be one of the most popular pubic figures in India.
He told a web chat show that he had bought his car soon after becoming a professional cricketer.
In doing so, he joined an entire generation of Indians for whom the Maruti 800 was more than a car – it symbolised dreams, aspirations and status.
In fact, news that Maruti decided to stop the production of the car in 2014 devastated many, leading to nostalgic recollections of what the model had meant to them.
The batsman said he sold the vehicle after he bought several new cars with the rise in his stature in international cricket.
He also talked about what inspired his lifelong love for cars.