The Wall salutes The Wall: 'Happy Birthday Rahulbhai' says Pujara,'Deewaron ke bhi kaan hote hain' says Sehwag

New Delhi, Jan 11, News24 Bureau: On the birthday of Rahul Dravid popularly known as 'Jammy' and 'Mr. Dependable', every fan is congratulating him on social media. Let's tell you that Rahul Dravid was born on January 11, 1973, in Indore.

During his career, Rahul Dravid has won many hearts with his spectacular batting and that's why his fans also call him as The Wall. On this occasion, Indian cricketer Cheteshwar Pujara also congratulated Rahul Dravid. As you would remember that Pujara played a wonderful role in making a historic win after 71 years in the latest test series against Australia after which the fans also started calling him as The Wall.

Pujara wished Dravid by writing a beautiful message on Twitter. He wrote, "Happy birthday Rahulbhai! Wish you a fantastic year ahead and loads of happiness!"

Former Indian Cricketer Virendra Sehwag posted a unique birthday wish for Dravid. He shared a picture and wrote,"Deewaron ke bhi kaan hote hain , is deewar ka bahut saaf Mann aur hriday bhi hai!( #TheWall too has ears, this one has a pure mind and a heart as well) A joy to have played with him and made so many wonderful memories together #HappyBirthdayRahulDravid !."

Another former cricketer VVS Laxman also wished him, he wrote, "Many more happy returns of the day to my dear friend Rahul. I wish him all the happiness and love and hope that he continues serving Indian Cricket and continues to inspire not just budding cricketers but the youth of the country. #HappyBirthdayRahulDravid."

ICC also congratulated Dravid by posting his records. It reads, "24,208 international runs. 48 centuries. 146 fifties. #U19CWC winning coach in 2018. Happy birthday to India's Wall, the legendary Rahul Dravid!"

Dravid had played  164 Tests from the national side scoring 13,288 runs at an outstanding average of 52.31, in his superb career. It includes 36 hundred and 63 fifties. Rahul Dravid has also scored 10,889 runs in 344 ODIs.

(Image source- Twitter)