1. Ravi Shastri recently bought a brand new luxury car for $100,000.
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9. Ravi Shastri was still in college when he got a SOS from the Indian team in New Zealand.
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12. Ravi Shastri was named the Celebrity Torchbearer for the Oman Leg of the 2008 Summer Olympics torch relay.
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13. Ravi Shastri temporarily coached the Indian cricket team for their 2007 Bangladesh tour.
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14. Ravi Shastri made his debut as a TV commentator with the World Masters Tournament in Mumbai in March 1995.
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18. Ravi Shastri was dropped in the sixties by the Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne, who was making his debut, off his own bowling.
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19. Ravi Shastri led the Young India side to Zimbabwe in early 1984.
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20. Ravi Shastri was part of the MCC team that played a Rest of the World team in the MCC bicentennial match at Lord's in 1987.
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25. Ravi Shastri replaced Another Former Indian Cricketer Anil Kumble as the head coach of Indian national cricket team.
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29. Ravi Shastri sounded a confident Indian head coach while answering to a plethora of questions on India's upcoming tour against Australia which he thinks will be a break-out one after England and South Africa.
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30. In a sobering warning, India coach Ravi Shastri says captain Virat Kohli is even better than the dominant batsman last sighted in Australia four years ago.
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44. Ravi Shastri won the leading six hitter award for the Sunday league matches of 1988 with 14 sixes.
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