Parvez Rasool (Cricketer) Girlfriend, Height, Age, Records and More
Parvez Rasool (India Cricketer)
Born on 13 February, 1989, Parvez Rasool Zargar is an Indian cricketer who is an all-rounder for Jammu and Kashmir. An off-break bowler and a right-handed batsman, Rasool is the skipper of J & K side and a regular for India A side. In 2014, Sunrisers Hyderabad bought Parvez Rasool for INR 95 lakhs and with that, he became the first cricketer from Jammu and Kashmir to be picked in the Indian Premier League. He got his maiden India call-up in 2013 when he was named in the Indian squad against Zimbabwe. In 2017, he played his maiden T20I against England where he took the wicket of Eoin Morgan to claim his first International wicket.
Date of Birth:
13 February 1989
Age (as on 2018):
Bijbehara, Jammu and Kashmir, India
Zodiac sign/Sun sign:
Asif Rasool (Cricketer)
15 June 2014 vs Bangladesh in Dhaka
26 January 2017 vs England
India, India A, Pune Warriors, Jammu & Kashmir, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad
Nature on field:
Likes to play against:
Pakistan and Australia
Career Turning Point
The 2012–13 Ranji season was a turning point of his career where he scored 594 runs and took 33 wickets.
Parvez Rasool took 7-wickets against the Australian in a tour practice match.
Under his captaincy, the Jammu & Kashmir team reached the quarter-final of the Ranji trophy in the 2013-14 season after a gap of 10 years.
Listening to music
Sachin Tendulkar and Jacques Kallis
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Favourite sports Commentator:
Girlfriends, Spouse and Children
Awards and recognitions
During the 2009 Champions League Twenty20, the Bangalore police detained him in suspicion of having traces of explosives in his bag, but he was later released by the police after no evidence was found.
Lesser Known Facts
Rasool is the first ever Kashmiri Muslim cricketer to play for the Indian cricket team.
In his first-class debut for J&K against Delhi in the 2008-09 Ranji season, he dismissed Virat Kohli.
Rasool’s father used to take him to Srinagar which was 80 km away from his home on a regular basis for his training.