Gautam Gambhir got married on Friday (Oct 28th 2011) in Gurgaon with Natasha Jain ,Delhi.



Gambhir got education from Modern School, New Delhi and in 2000 he was selected for the first intake of the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore. Hobbies of Gautam Gambhir are reading and relaxing with his family, long drives with his friends. He also likes to play PlayStation Portable (PSP) games and his favorite television serial is Left Right Left. 


Gautum Ghambhir also gets the honor of number one ranked batsman in ICC Test rankings On July 2009, for a period of ten days.  ODI Debut: India v Bangladesh at Dhaka, TVS Cup, 2003  As a 17-year-old stripling in 2000, Gautam Gambhir's attacking strokeplay at the top of the order for Delhi set tongues wagging in India ­ not least in the ranks of the opposition.Fast-bowler bullies have paid the price for mistaking Gambhir's slight build and shy demeanour for signs of meekness. 

His compact footwork, high bat-speed and a brashly youthful approach befuddled bowlers more than once as cautious defence was replaced by the aerial route over point. His success took him close to the Indian side when Zimbabwe toured early in 2002. 

He had pasted successive double-centuries ­ one for Delhi and another for the Board Presidents’ XI against the tourists ­ and seemed to be a shoo-in as Shiv Sunder Das’s opening partner. But the selectors persisted instead with the band-aid solution of Deep Dasgupta. Gutted but determined, Gambhir soldiered on, pressing his case with particular urgency in the West Indies with the Indian A side early in 2003. And when several senior players asked to be rested after the World Cup, Gambhir was summoned from the wings into the national squad for the TVS Cup in Dhaka.