This gesture of Rahul Dravid will earn him more respect

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Rahul Dravid was spotted standing in the queue at a science fair of his son’s school. Image Source: twitter

Internet Desk: If anyone is asked to name an Indian cricketer who is a thorough gentleman, the first name that will strike in mind is none other than Rahul Sharad Dravid. A recent picture of ‘The Wall’ standing in line to attend his son’s school’s science fair has gone viral on social media.

The picture shows Dravid standing in a queue along with the other parents. The humble gesture from Dravid proves he is not someone who enjoys celebrity status. Like a responsible father he wants to set an example to his son to stay grounded and humble even after getting success in life.

On lookers say that the former India captain was in no hurry to attend the science fair rather he was willing to wait for his turn to enter.

This isn’t the first time however that Dravid’s humble gestures have won him praise. Last year at the under-19 World Cup, after India under-19 posted a mammoth 372-run victory over Canada, the then coach Dravid spoke to the Canadian team members and told them that their defeat wasn’t because they were not as talented as his side but because they came from completely different conditions.

 

 

 

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