Who is Bulbul Saha, Arun Lal’s wife? Bengal team coach Arun Lal marries longtime friend at 66


Team Bengal Ranji coach Arun Lal has married his longtime friend Bulbul Saha for the second time in a private ceremony in Kolkata. After the wedding, the couple posed for the cameras outside the venue. The couple got married in Kolkata on May 2, 2022. This is the former Indian cricketer’s second marriage after he divorced his first wife Reema, however, the coach of the Bengal cricket team still lives with her due to her illness.

Marriage of Arun Lal: All You Need to Know About Arun Lal’s Second Wife, Bulbul Saha

Arun Lal is a cancer patient survivor as he was diagnosed with adenoid cystic carcinoma, a rare type of salivary gland cancer. The former cricketer is currently 66 years old while his new wife Bulbul Saha is just 38. Arun Lal wore a kurta vest and pajamas for the wedding while Bulbul donned a saree as the couple signed the wedding documents. In one of the photos, Arun Lal and his wife Bulbul were captured kissing to celebrate their special day. Earlier, photos of the couple from their Haldi ceremony went viral on social media.

As people know about the cricketing background of Arun Lal, their curiosity has only increased to get all the information about his new wife Bulbul Saha. In an interview with Deccan Chronicle, Arun Lal revealed details of his new wife. He said, “Bulbul is a teacher at St. Paul Mission School in Kolkata. She teaches English to grades XI and XII. She also takes history lessons.”

Arun Lal’s Cricket Career

Arun is one of the standard bearers of Bengal cricket as he won the Ranji Trophy with the team as a player in the 1989-90 season. He represented the Indian cricket team in a total of 16 Test matches and 13 ODIs between 1982 and 1989 and has taken over the managerial role ever since. Under Lal’s mentorship, Bengal reached the Ranji Trophy final in 2020, after a gap of 13 long years. In the current Ranji Trophy season, Bengal advanced to the quarter-finals after taking the highest points tally of 18 with three successive wins.


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