Former Indian batsman Arun Lal celebrates his 65th birthday on Saturday. Born on August 1, 1955, the right-handed batsman was a stalwart of Indian domestic cricket and his record at First-Class level speaks volumes of his prowess. In fact, Lal has played a vital role in the rise of Bengal and East Zone cricket team in the early eighties. The former batsman also went on to play some significant knocks in international cricket but was never also cement his place in the team. After retirement, Lal became an active commentator and gave his voice in many matches. As Lal turns a year older, let’s look at some lesser-known facts about him.