Ganguly, who led India to the final of the 2003 World Cup in South Africa, said the main reason for the team's good show was the absence of egos.
"The main reason why in 2003 we gelled as a team was because, there was no ego involved. When there are big players in the dressing room, all turning out for the same team, egos take a back seat. I was fortunate enough to lead champions, the likes of (Rahul) Dravids, (Sachin) Tendulkars and (Anil) Kumbles." Ganguly was speaking about his past experiences while launching journalist-turned-author Gautam Bhattacharya's book "Cup Mohola - untold dressing room stories" which involves around dressing room and personal experiences of the author. The book is dedicated to Ganguly who unveiled it before a packed crowd at a city hotel.
There were messages from Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh too congratulating Bhattacharya on the release.