Former Indian cricket team captain and batting maestro Rahul Dravid, who is popularly known as 'The Wall', has shared his fans an emotional video containing some of his rare and unseen photos.
The 4-minute video titled "My Mother's Scrapbook" is a compilation of Dravid's photos – basically his journey to stardom as a cricketer. He looks adorable in the arms of his mom and dad as a kid, and one of the photos has him making a stroke with a big (perhaps a heavy one) bat.
"Let us look back on Rahul Dravid's first steps (quite literally) in cricket..What made him take up the game?? #Nostalgia #TBT": posted Rahul Dravid on his Facebook page along with the picture video.
The 42-year-old batting legend is currently coaching India 'A' team. He retired from international cricket in 2012 after an illustrious 16-year career, scoring 13,288 runs at an average of 52.31, 36 centuries and 63 fifties from 164 Tests. He also scored 10,889 runs (seventh highest of all time) from 344 one-day internationals at an average of 39.16 and has 12 hundreds and 83 fifties in his kitty.
Here is Rare and Unseen Pictures of Rahul Dravid (Screenshot from the video):
Former Indian cricket team captain and batting maestro Rahul Dravid, who is popularly known as 'The Wall', has shared an emotional video containing rare and unseen photos to his fans.