Let us have a look at some of the cricketers who took up intersting alternate professions after retiring from cricket.

Brett Lee
This right armfast bowler's retirement from cricket was a big setback to the Australian team. But cricket's loss was entertainment industry's gain. Apart from doing commentary and extensive charity work and singing the speedster went on to become an actor and was seen in a movie called 'Un-Indian' which was based on a romantic relationship between an Australian man and an Indian woman.

Sourav Ganguly:
Hailed as one of the most successful captains in the history of Indian cricket, Sourav Ganguly has now taken up commentary and is a proud co-owner of the Indian Super League's champion team, Atletico de Kolkata.

Imran Khan:
Known for being a reliable all-rounder, Imran now spends most of his time in doing philanthropist work. He has also founded the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf political party and acts as its chairman.

Andrew Flintoff
This English all rounder took up boxing as a profession after retiring from international cricket. He has also fetaured in an Australian reality show 'I am a celebrity, get me out of here'.

Dilip Joshi
Dilip is one of the four cricketers who made a Test debut after he turned thirty. After calling it quits from the field of sports, Dilip entered into business and is responsible for introducing Mont Blanc luxury pens in India in 1994.

Adam Hollioake
Hollioake is an English cricketer who supported his team and even led them to the finals in Sharjah Cup, 1997. He took retirement in 2004 and further opened a charitable fund named after his brother. He also entered business, finally settling as a professional boxer.

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