Mumbai: The Multan declaration that snuffed out Sachin Tendulkar's double century in the 2004 Test match had triggered stories of serious differences between skipper Rahul Dravid and the batting maestro, but the two laughed it off on Wednesday as any honest difference in the dressing room. (Top 10 Quotes from the Book)
The occasion was the release of Sachin's autobiography 'Playing It My Way' when the two batsmen shared the stage with two other greats, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman, who formed the great quartet reliving their cricket days.
During the panel discussion, cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle remarked that it was all becoming like a Rajshri movie where everybody is happy with everybody else and were there no differences among them in the last 15 years and how did they handle them. (Anjali Went to Sachin's House Posing as a Journalist)