India’s most famous cricketer, Gautam Gambir, celebrates his birthday (14 October). Gambhir reached the top of the ICC batsman rankings in 2009 and was named an ICC test player that same year.
Gautam Gambir is known throughout his career as India’s savior by batting at major ICC tournaments. As a person, the former Delhi cricketer has always been fearless and never deviated from his beliefs. After retiring from cricket, Gambir still manages to be the center of attention through his sensational comments.
Gambhir is the star of the Indian team and one of the most suitable bachelors waiting to meet the “right girl”. And that is when he meets his father’s friend, a Gurgaon-based businessman named Ravindra Jane’s daughter, Natasha.
Gambhir’s father developed friendly relations with Ravindra Jain during his textile business, and their family was very close. After several encounters, they fall in love and decide to take their relationship to the marriage.
Gautam and Natasha reportedly started dating in 2007 but kept it a secret. In 2010, the two shared the news that they wanted to marry their parents, who happily agreed and the two got engaged. Only later did the media find out about Gautam’s three-year relationship. The couple later decided to get married, but Gautam maintained “conditions”.
The stage was set for cricket’s biggest day, the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, which took place in India. It was one of the most memorable days for the country as it tries to end a 28-year wait to win the World Cup. With parental consent, the couple decided to get married, but Gambir maintained the condition that he would not marry until after the 2011 World Cup.
Gambhir played his first World Cup and especially shone in the final in Wankhead against Sri Lanka. Gambhir is the best refugee. The couple later married on 29 October 2011 in a traditional Punjabi wedding.Gambir and Natasha’s wedding took place in a country house in Gurgaon and was simple.