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Former cricketer
Born: January 18, 1972 (age 50 years), Mumbai, India
Nationality: Indian
Full name: Vinod Ganpat Kambli

Spouse: Andrea Hewitt
Batting style: Left-handed
Children: Jesus Christiano
Parents: Ganpat Kambli, Vijaya Kambli

Vinod Kambli first married Noella Lewis, a Catholic at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Poona. She who was working as a receptionist at Hotel Blue Diamond (in Pune) in the year 1998. After separating from her Kambli married fashion model Andrea Hewitt.

The couple has a child born in June 2010.

After his marriage to his second wife Andrea, Kambli converted to the Catholic Church, naming his son Jesus Christiano Kambli. Despite his conversion Kambli stated that he still respects all religions.

Journalist Kunal Purandare has penned his biography called Vinod Kambli: The Lost Hero.

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Once he revealed that he stole something from his home to buy a cricket bat.

In childhood, Kambli would travel with his kit in the crowded local trains from Kanjurmarg to Shivaji Park for practice.

When Sachin Tendulkar made his International debut, Kambli was selected for India U-19.

Kambli and Tendulkar did a Pepsi commercial with the then-captain, Mohammad Azharuddin.

When team India lost semi-final in the 1996 Cricket World Cup to Sri Lanka, Kambli came to the dressing room in tears.

When he was dropped from team India, he played for the Boland province in a domestic league of South Africa.

In 2002, he tried his luck in acting; he was first given chance in Ravi Dewan’s film, ‘Annarth,’ starring Sanjay Dutt and Suniel Shetty. In 2009, he also appeared in another Bollywood film, ‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Ssaat.’

In 2015, Kambli was seen in a Kannada film, Bettanagere.

In 2009, he joined a political party, Lok Bharati Party. He was made the Vice-President of the party. He also contested the 2009 Maharashtra Assembly Elections from the Vikhroli seat but lost the elections by a huge margin.

On 15 August 2009, he launched a Cricket Academy named ‘Khel Bharti Sports Academy’ in Mumbai. The same year, he also took part in the 3rd season of Bigg Boss.

In 2010, Kambli embraced Christianity. He was baptized at the St Peter’s Church, Bandra, Mumbai.

In 2011, he supported Anna Hazare’s campaign of India against Corruption. In the same year, journalist, Kunal Purandare wrote his biography, titled ‘Vinod Kambli: The Lost Hero.’

On 29 November 2013, Kambli suffered a Heart Attack while driving and he was rushed to Mumbai’s Lilavati Hospital, where he recovered soon.

In 2016, he made a guest appearance in Comedy Circus season 3.

A BJP M.P., Dr. Udit Raj made a controversial tweet on 27 December 2016. He tweeted that Kambli was excluded from cricket because he was a Dalit. However, later, Kambli himself refuted such a statement by a tweet.

According to sources, Kambli was set to join BJP in 2017. He also met the 18th Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis, and discussed matters related to sports in the villages of the state.

Vinod Kambli is a former Indian Cricketer who played for the Indian National Cricket team from 1991 to 2000.