Virender Sehwag who is also recognised as ''Nawab of Najabgarh'' and ''Multan Ka Sultan'' is a dashing Indian opening batsman, has completely changed the mindset of Indian cricket in terms of playing aggressive cricket.  With a strike rate of 82.35 and 104.34 in test and ODI format respectively, one can imagine the level of impact he had while opening the inning for the Indian Cricket team. He was born in Najafgarh, Delhi on 20 October 1978. Sehwag used to be an aggressive opening batsman and a part-time off-break bowler. He announced his retirement on his 37th birthday, more than two and a half year after his last appearance for the national cricket team. Today we will witness seven interesting facts about the veteran Indian opening batsman.