Siddhesh Lad Biography, Facts & Life Story

Written by Editorial Staff

Age 30 years old (in 2022)
Date of Birth May 23, 1992

Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Height 5 feet 6 inches (1.67 m)
Weight 60 kg (132 lbs)
Waist 32 inches
Body Type Athletic
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Black
Nickname Sid and Siddhesh
Full Name Siddhesh Dinesh Lad
Profession Cricketer
Nationality Indian
Birthplace Mumbai (India)
Religion Hinduism
Zodiac Sign Gemini

Siddhesh Lad Education

School Swami Vivekanand International, Borivli, Mumbai (India)
College Rizvi College, Bandra (West), Mumbai, Maharashtra

Siddhesh Lad Career

Profession: Cricketer

Debut:

He scored 88 (saving the 10th wicket) that led Mumbai’s victory in the 2015 Ranji final, and was selected by Mumbai Indians in the 2015 T20 League.

Net Worth: INR ₹20 lakh approx

Family & Relatives

Father: Dinesh Lad

Mother: Deepali Lad

Brother(s): None

Sister(s): Shraddha

Marital Status: In a relationship

Currently dating:

Hiral Khatri

Children: None

Siddhesh Lad Favorites

Hobbies: Playing Football, Table Tennis, Pooling, Bowling

Favorite Actor: Sachin Tendulkar

Favorite Food: Mexican

Favorite Color: Black

Favorite Movies: Titanic

Facts You Never Knew About Siddhesh Lad!

  • Twenty-year-old Siddhesh Lad sure knows his aim in life. In fact, his phone’s caller tune — the title track of Hrithik Roshan’s movie Lakshya — says as much of his optimism towards his goal.
  • Having finally got an opportunity after waiting for more than a couple of years, Lad made his Mumbai debut memorable.
  • He  struck a brilliant unbeaten 91-ball 115 as Mumbai defeated Saurashtra by 126 runs in the Vijay Hazare Trophy’s West Zone leg at the Poona Club ground on Sunday.
  • The youngster smashed six sixes and seven boundaries, helping his team post a stiff target of 283 for seven for Saurashtra.
  • Siddhesh Lad was born on 23-05-1992 in Mumbai in the state of Maharashtra, India. He is an Indian Cricket Player.
  • A studious, determined batsman with a balanced temperament, Siddhesh Lad over the years have emerged as Mumbai’s “go-to-man”, though these are still be said as early days of what can be a glorious career by the end of this decade.

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