Cricketer who played 40 Test matches for India then played domestically for Maharashtra and Delhi, and was an Arjuna Award winner in 1981.
He played at Wadia College, where he was coached by former Maharashtra player Kamal Bhandarkar.
He was twice elected to parliament after his retirement from cricket.
His father was an officer in the Indian Army.
He and Virender Sehwag both played domestically for Delhi.