In Imperfect, Sanjay Manjrekar uses his famous analytical powers to look back on his own career as a cricketer. His photographic memory takes the reader along. In Imperfect, Sanjay Manjrekar brings his famous analytic powers to look back at his own career as a cricketer. His photographic memory takes the reader along. Imperfect has ratings and 72 reviews. Ameya said: I'm too young to have anything but faint memories of Manjrekar the batsman from the World Cup,.. .
Sanjay Manjrekar deconstructs his career, takes us into the Indian dressing room and humanises the larger-than-life player. One of the most technically proficient batters of his generation, Sanjay Manjrekar's account of his career humanises the cutthroat world of. Honest and Candid. The two words that best sum up Sanjay Manjrekar's Imperfect. From admit- ting he had a troubled relationship with his father and was .
When the title of Sanjay Manjrekar's book was first revealed, it did sound a little intriguingly precious. Like Imperfect was aiming to be Andre. The triumph of Sanjay Manjrekar's autobiography 'Imperfect' is in the way it humanizes the world of professional cricket. The battles may be of a.