In this cricket-obsessed country of 1.2 billion people, there's no bigger celebrity than Sachin Tendulkar.
So when the "Little Master" enters his home ground for Saturday's World Cup final against Sri Lanka, it's safe to assume the bulk of them will be watching.
That's a big audience, a vast chunk of the world's population. With a clamor of desperate fans trying to get into the already sold-out 33,000-seat venue, prices on the black market have skyrocketed. It seems everybody in India wants to be there in case Sachin Tendulkar scores his 100th international century and India wins its first World Cup title in 28 years.