She hopes the legend passes on his art to other aspirants.

"It is very hard to imagine cricket without Sachin. I would just say all the best to him. I would wish that he shares his this art with other people, teaches them to play the game (of cricket)," Madhuri told reporters here Friday at the launch of a jewellery store by P.N. Gadgil.

"He is an inspiration for so many people. It is very painful for all his fans that this is his last cricket match," she added.

Sachin played his last test, his 200th, at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. In the first innings got out after scoring 74 runs. However, the country won the series by 126 runs.

(Agencies)

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