New Delhi: Former captain and batting great Rahul Dravid, who is now grooming the Indian colts as coach, turned 44 on Wednesday and good wishes poured in for the iconic player on the social media.

Dravid's name was among the trending topics on Twitter with celebrities and fans offering good wishes to the batsman, who was nicknamed 'The Wall' for his stoic defence and reliability at the crucial No.3 position.

Dravid amassed 13,288 runs and 36 centuries in his 164 Test career. He was the captain of the Indian team from 2003 to 2007.

Dravid’s name was among the trending topics on Twitter with celebrities and fans offering good wishes to the batsman, who was nicknamed ‘The Wall’ for his stoic defence and reliability at the crucial No.3 position

In 344 ODI matches, Dravid notched up 10889 runs which included 12 hundreds and 83 fifties.

He was part of the legendary 'Fab-Five' in Indian cricket, also comprising Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman, and Sourav Ganguly. He is currently coach of both the India A and Under-19 teams.

Here are the tweets on Rahul's birthday: