How Dada began playing cricket

IMAGE: Sourav Ganguly in a candid interview with Neha Dhupia. Photograph: Kind courtesy Jiosaavn.com “My father was desperate that I played the game. So, to get away from those big piles of books, a cricket bat was a better option,” BCCI President and cricket legend Sourav Ganguly recalls in a candid interview with Neha Dhupia. The first of a multi-part, must read, feature: Dada and the lockdown It has been too long, isn’t it? But, we’ve opened up. Calcutta has opened up. So, it’s not been lockdown for me since maybe, June. I’ve started going to the office. I’m at the office at the moment and I’ve started shooting. I do my shoots, my commercials, I had to finish my show. So, I did that last month and BCCI work is regular because we are hosting the IPL in Dubai so it has not been a lockdown that much since June. Yes, we were careful. Travelling has not been at all a part of our lives as it was before. I used to be in Bombay every week. Ya, the BCCI office trying to get cricket going and working and everything, so. It’s been different. More than the lockdown, I… Read full this story

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