BCCI president Sourav Ganguly was seen as one of the most strong and genuine captains of his time. Ganguly and his gathering changed the way wherein people used to see the game of cricket in the country. The previous Indian skipper turned 48 on eighth July 2020.
The Kolkata conceived Star made a stunning disclosure about his youth days. Despite the fact that it is difficult to accept, Ganguly has faith in the idea of apparitions and spirits. Sourav said that he began having confidence in the presence of phantoms after he had an eerie involvement with his adolescent.
Ganguly shared his ghostly experience with Sportskeeda’s ‘Free Hit’ hosts Indranil Basu and Shanivi Sadhana. He told them that he has seen an apparition in his home. A young man helped his family with household chores. It was a Sunday evening, and Ganguly was upstairs, was investing energy with family. He was youthful, around 12-13, or, and one day he was advised to request that the kid make some tea. He went to search for him in the kitchen but alas.
The family members approached him to go search for him on the rooftop. Again couldn’t find him. At that point again family approached Ganguly to go search for him in one of the cabins. As he went there, he saw the child running on the restrictions of the housetop. It was a six-commended house and on the off chance that he by one way or another happened to fall, he’d be squashed.
Sourav Ganguly shares his experience of spooky occurrences
Clarifying the occurrence further, Ganguly said that the fire unit was called by his family to take the house worker to the medical clinic. Additionally, the firemen made some extreme memories managing that person as he was not helping out them. Thus, they needed to attach him with the ropes to take with for the necessary clinical assistance.
The following day was an occasion, so he returned at 5 PM and everybody began fleeing seeing him. He said ‘no don’t do it,’ since he said his mom gets into him on specific days of his life. So Ganguly have seen ghosts, said the 48-year-old said.