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Former cricketer Arun Lal, 66, will marry Bulbul, a 28-year-younger woman for the second time

Arun Lal, the former Indian opener, has played 16 Tests and 13 ODIs in his career. In Tests, he scored 729 runs and 122 in ODIs. Arun International was unable to reach the century mark…

Arun Lal, the former India opener, is set to marry for the second time. At the age of 66, he will marry for the second time. Bulbul Saha is the name of his future wife. Bulbul is 38 years old. That is, she is 28 years Arun Lal’s junior.

Arun and Bulbul have been friends for quite some time. Both are long-time friends. The wedding card was also printed by Arun Lal, and the process of distributing it has begun. Their wedding will be held at the Peerless Inn Hotel in Kolkata on May 2. The wedding will also include a large reception.

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Former cricketer Arun Lal
Former cricketer Arun Lal

Arun is marrying for the second time, but only with the permission of his first wife

Reena was Arun Lal’s first wife. Both of them have divorced amicably. Reena has been sick for a long time, according to sources. Arun is getting married for the second time on his own terms. Arun and Bulbul only got engaged a month ago, but their relationship has been going on for quite some time.

By overcoming cancer, he was able to take over the coaching of the Bengal team

Arun was born in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, on August 1, 1955. He has represented Bengal in cricket. Officials from the Bengal Cricket Association (CAB), fellow cricketers, Bengal cricketers, and other family members will attend their wedding. Arun was diagnosed with cancer in 2016, and as a result, he stopped commenting. After defeating the disease, he took over as coach of the Bengal team.

In his career, Arun Lal appeared in 16 Tests and 13 One-Day Internationals

In his cricket career, Arun Lal has played 16 Tests and 13 ODIs. During this time, he scored 729 Test runs and 122 ODI runs. In his career, Arun was unable to score an international century. In first-class cricket, he appeared in 156 matches and scored a total of 10421 runs, including 30 centuries. Arun made his international debut against England in a one-day international in Cuttack on January 27, 1982. The last match was against the West Indies in the Kingston Test in April 1989.

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