Sourav Ganguly and his daughter Sana engaged in a light-hearted banter on social media soon after India swept the series 2-0 against Bangladesh at Eden Gardens last Sunday.
Ganguly shared a picture on Instagram from the presentation ceremony in which he was seen sporting a serious look.
Sana posted a comment saying: "What is it that you're not liking."
BCCI President and former India captain Ganguly answered back: "That ur becoming so disobedient".
Sana got back saying, "Learning from you."
The cricket-crazy fans here came, they watched and they applauded. But India's maiden pink-ball Test wouldn't have been possible had it not been for Ganguly.
It was his vision and he left no stone unturned to ensure that India not only finally played a Day-Night Test, but also organised it in a manner that was nothing short of a spectacle.
Speaking to IANS, during the final session on the second day of the Test between India and Bangladesh, Ganguly had said it almost felt like it was a World Cup final being played at the historic ground.
"Just take a look around (fans with their camera lights on to click pictures). Do you see this? Have you seen this in Test cricket? When was the last time you had a capacity crowd watching a Test match? Feels like it is a World Cup final," he said.