This cricketer's childhood is spent in Shivaji Park

Former Indian cricket team cricketer Sandeep Patil and former wicketkeeper Syed Kirmani have been seen together in the same film Kabhi Ajnabi. The film featured actor Sandeep Patil playing the role of a hero alongside Syed Kirmani's villain, and this was his only film. This was a separate experiment by the producer in which two former cricketers have acted together. The film was badly beaten at the box office. Patil did not act in any other film after this.

Sandeep Madhusudan Patil was born on 18 August 1956 in a Marathi family. Sandeep Patil has also been the former coach of Kenya's national team, under the coaching of Patil, Kenya played the World Cup in the 2003 World Cup. He was the coach of Mumbai Champs in the Indian Cricket League, he was appointed by the BCCI as the Director of the National Cricket Academy (NCA). Which is a replica of Dave Whitmore? He has also been appointed as the new head of BCCI selection committee in 2012.

His father, Madhusudan Patil, was a former first-class cricketer, a national level badminton player and a skilled player in tennis and football. He grew up in the Shivaji Park area in Bombay, studied at Balmohan Vidyamandir and Ramnarayan Ruia colleges and was trained by Patil from Ankush Anna Vaidya.

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