The man, who has set piles of records in the world of cricket Sachin Tendulkar, has written an autobiography called “Playing it my Way”. The Gala event of his book launch took place in Mumbai the star’s home town. Sachin offered the first copy of his book to his mother.
Little master Sachin Tendulkar who entered cricket world when he was just 16, tells the story of his life in his autobiography. The book is based on the historical events of star’s personal and professional life. He shares his relationships and hidden stories of dressing room in the book. The book has also revealed some astonishing facts regarding former Indian coach and Australian player Greg Chappal. The allegations against Chappal had made the book controversial even before its launch.
Star cricketer and former Indian captain Sourav Gangualy was also present in the launch part of “Playing it my Way”. The legendary batsman said adieu to international cricket in 2013, he has also earned the highest civil award of India that is “Bharat Ratna Award”.