Dravid said talks of pressure on either India or Pakistan was purely media hype and that a strong challenge from the visitors cannot be ruled out only because they put up a lacklustre performance against Australia.
"Bad performance in one series does not mean much and I believe these pressure talks are more of media hype," the vice-captain said.
Dravid, accompanied by his wife Vijeta, is in city as a brand ambassador of Hutch, sponsors of a polo event here.
"If Pakistan have played one bad series it does not mean it is the end of road for them. It is the performance in particular series which decides the result at the end of the day. So do not reach much out of that one bad performance. They are good and can bounce back. It will be a hard fought series," he said.