Twitter user shared Dravid's pic and wrote, "That's Rahul Dravid in a queue with his kids at a science exhibition. No show off; no page 3 attitude; no celebrity airs;
no "do you know who I am?" looks; Queueing just like any other normal parent... really admirable...
That's Rahul Dravid in a queue with his kids at a science exibhition.— South Canara (@in_southcanara) November 23, 2017
No show off;
no page 3 attitude;
no celebrity airs;
no "do you know who I am?" looks;
Queueing just like any other normal parent... really admirable... pic.twitter.com/NFYMuDqubE
He will be the people’s champion, always! 💯❤️— Hemant Shivakumar (@hfm92) November 23, 2017
Other users too praised Dravid, calling him the perfect parent.
He indeed is. My Didi is his son's class teacher. He is very regular for the PTM, she said and no vvip tantrums. pic.twitter.com/5beVECtmFQ— Rajiv K Mishra (@rajivjournalist) November 24, 2017
As a youngster, I once got a seat close to the pavilion. Was constantly staring at Dravid with eyes full of admiration.After a while,he got up from his seat, came to me & whispered "Don't stare at me. I'm just like you. No different from you." He became a real hero to me.— Magizhmaran FCA (@elay_sad) November 24, 2017
We were there too. It was a pleasure to see Dravid walk around with the commonfolk łïkę one of us. pic.twitter.com/TRkVoxJJtx— Sudhindra (@sudhindranaib) November 24, 2017
This isn’t the first time that Dravid’s humility has won him praise.
Last year at the under-19 World Cup, after India 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.