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Maharashtrian Businessman Offers Vinod Kambli a Job of Rs. 1 Lakh Per Month

Vinod Kambli said in a statement that his family subsisted on the Rs 30,000 pension he got from the Indian cricket board

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Russell Chattaraj
Russell Chattaraj
Mechanical engineering graduate, writes about science, technology and sports, teaching physics and mathematics, also played cricket professionally and passionate about bodybuilding.

INDIA: Cricket has a long history of rags-to-riches success tales. Cricket players with talent use it to excel at the highest level and lift their families out of poverty.

At the same time, we have heard several stories of well-known cricketers declaring bankruptcy and appealing for financial assistance from the authorities.

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It is tough as fans to witness the icons of prior eras going through such challenging times, and when Vinod Kambli spoke up about his struggles in an interview, the majority of people shared this sentiment.

After all, the Mumbai hitter was once heralded as Indian cricket’s future superstar. His international career actually got off to a great start, with 793 runs in his first seven Test matches.

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Everyone at the time had high hopes for his future success on the cricket field, but he was never able to live up to his skill.

Cut to the present, where Vinod Kambli’s financial difficulties have forced him to apply for a cricket industry job publicly.

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Vinod Kambli said in a statement that his family subsisted on the Rs 30,000 pension he got from the Indian cricket board.

The 50-year-old had pleaded with officials to give him a cricket-related duty by drawing attention to his financial hardship.

After hearing his plight, Maharashtrian businessman Sandeep Thorat gave the former player a job offer with a salary of Rs. 1 lakh ($1252) per month.

According to sources, the reported offer is not a task related to cricket. Vinod Kambli has been given the opportunity to work for Sahyadri Industry Group in Mumbai’s financial department.

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  • Russell Chattaraj

    Mechanical engineering graduate, writes about science, technology and sports, teaching physics and mathematics, also played cricket professionally and passionate about bodybuilding.

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