North Gazette News/ Bilaspur
The autobiography ‘Playing It My Way’ written by the God of Cricket, Sachin Tendulkar’ has not only raised many controversies, but also has left many of the cricketers divided.
While former Indian captain Kapil Dev has termed this book as Sachin’s personal opinion, but Sachin’s old mate and great off spinner Harbhajan Singh Bhajji has called the incidents mentioned in this autobiography hundred percent true.
Great off spinner Bhajji shared these views while talking to media at Luhnoo cricket stadium in Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh. He said that Indian cricketers had lost their respect and former coach Greg Chappell failed to win to heart of players. Bhajji was here to participate in Ranji match from Punjab team.
It is worth mentioning that this book is everyday creating new controversies in the world of cricket. The book is in great demand and has broken all records of an adult hardback on pre-order subscriptions across both – fiction and non-fiction – categories. Tendulkar’s book broke the record set by Steve Jobs’ biography by Walter Isaacson, which had sold 130,000 copies.
As per reports, on the day of release and before sales began, 150,000 copies had already been pre-ordered to Hachette India, the publishers of the book. The book is authored by noted cricket historian, Boria Majumdar, has become one of the best sellers of recent times. The book has an easy-to-follow style.