Speaking at the launch, the 50-year-old actor said, “I feel that the more love and respect we show to our girls and women, we will have many more world class achievements are like Sania’s. Sania is the ‘Rani’ of racket’ and she has done more than anyone else to make our country proud. We would remember people like P T Usha, Mary Kom and Sania Mirza, who have led the way for lots of boys and girls to take up sports as a professional career and make our country even prouder.”
The star struck Sania said, “I couldn’t have thought of a better person to launch the book. All I had to do is, just say can you, please come and unveil this very special thing for me and he is here.”
The autobiographical book captures Sania’s journey to become World No.1 player in women’s doubles Tennis and the challenges she faced in making her dream come true. The book is available in all major bookstores across the country.