He is Very Very Special aka VVS. Yes, we are talking about the iconic Indian cricketer, proud crown winner for Telugu people, VVS Laxman. And his knock of 281 against Australia at Eden Garden in 2011 is so memorable that it has now become the name of his book too.
'281 And Beyond' is the autobiography of VVS Laxman, which he has co-authored with another writer. While the Telugu cricketer claimed that it will be pretty quiet and interesting, it looks like the book has its share of controversies. After being in the cricketing limelight for 20 years as a player, surely Laxman has many things to share, especially regarding his rifts with other players, selectors and also his exit from international cricket due to MS Dhoni's pressure.
The teaser promotional material of the book reads, 'Despite being a better knocker against all types of bowling, Laxman never made it to the world cup playing team of the Men In Blue. How should we read this? Is this autobiography controversy free? Or there is more controversial stuff inside?
So far, no Indian cricketer has come up with a controversial story of themselves, while many have revealed some unknown details. Let's see what Laxman is up to.