Veteran skipper Sourav Ganguly on Tuesday was seen in a lighter mode as he spoke on the 'Monkeygate' chapter that had created furore in the world of Cricket a decade ago. While talking about the atmosphere in a dressing room, the former cricketer said, "Sometimes it's important to let the world know what the true fact is, although I guarantee you, the 'Monkeygate' chapter will not have its true picture in the book." "Only a 'Sardarji' will know what Harbhajan tried to say. You can call it 'Monkeygate', 'Hanumangate' or whatever gate," he added. Ganguly's comments came during the launch of a book written by former Australian skipper Michael Clarke in Kolkata.