After taking permission from his first wife, Indian cricketer married a girl 28 years younger than him, left his resignation for honeymoon

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi: In the world of cricket, you must have heard many times that a cricketer has married for the second time. There are many cricketers like Vinod Kambli, Javagal Srinath, Mohammad Azharuddin, Yograj Singh, Dinesh Karthik who have married twice. But have you ever heard till date that a 66-year-old cricketer has married for the second time? Yes, this feat has been achieved by former Indian cricketer Arun Lal.
Who had married a girl 28 years younger than him for the second time.

Former Indian cricketer Arun Lal married a girl 28 years younger than him in the year 2022. His wife's name is Bulbul Saha. It was told that both of them knew each other for a long time and then decided to get married. Talking about Arun's first wife, her name is Reena. Both of them got divorced a few years ago. Because of this, Arun thought of getting married for the second time. Before this marriage, Arun also took approval from his ex-wife.

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Just 2 months after marriage, Arun resigned from the post of cricket coach. He said that he now wants to take leave and enjoy holidays. He also said that his body does not work anymore and he has grown old. It is said that he resigned from the coaching post to enjoy the honeymoon. Bulbul said about their relationship that it was not love at first sight. We met through common friends at a party.

Let us tell you that Arun Lal has played 16 Test matches and 13 ODI matches for India. During this time he has scored 729 and 122 runs respectively. His highest score in Tests has been 93. He has not been able to score a single century in his international career. He has only 1 half-century to his name.

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