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Rubel Hussain (Bangladesh Cricketer): Profile, Records, Wife, Affairs,Controversies, Age, Weight, Height and More

By Bisma Qamar @BismaQamar6

Rubel Hussain is one of quickest bowlers Bangladesh has produced. Rubel has been a regular part of Bangladesh’s cricket setups for a decade now.

Name: Rubel Hussain

Nickname: N/A

Role: Bowler

Source: India Today

Cricket Career


Test Debut: vs West Indies in St Vincent on 9th July 2009

ODI Debut: vs Sri Lanka in Dhaka on 14th January 2009

T20I Debut: vs India in Nottingham on 6th June 2009

Career Turning Point: N/A

Jersey Number: #34 (Bangladesh)

Major Teams: Bangladesh, Chittagong Kings and Chittagong Division.


  • Rubel became the 3rd Bangladeshi player to take a hat-trick in 2013 while playing against New Zealand. He took 6 wickets for 26 runs.

Personal Life

Date of Birth: 1st March 1990

Age (as of May 2019): 29 Years

Birth Place: Bagerhat, Khulna, Bangladesh

Nationality: Bangladesh

Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Capricorn

School: N/A

College: N/A

Educational Qualifications: N/A

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Source: NewsBeezer

Girlfriends, Spouse and Children

Marital Status: Married

Affairs/Girlfriends: Naznin Akter Happy

Wife: Israt Jahan Dola

Marriage Date: N/A

Children: N/A


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Awards and recognitions

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  • He was once charged for sexual abuse case filed by his girlfriend Naznin Akhtar Happy accusing Rubel of luring her into an affair with false promises of marriage.

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 11″

Weight (approx.): 75 kg

Eye Colour: Black

Hair Colour: Black

Source: The Daily Star


Father: Siddikur Rahman

Mother: N/A

Sister: N/A

Brother: N/A

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Religion: Islam

Address: Bagerhat, Khulna, Bangladesh


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Smoking/Drinking: No

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Lesser Known Facts

  • Born is a very poor family, Rubel parents couldn’t afford to fulfil his dream and passion for cricket. But fortunately, he got a chance to move to Dhaka after winning in a pacer competition organised by a private telecom company.
Bisma Qamar @BismaQamar6