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| On Updated : Dec 7, 2019 6:13 PM IST

Pooja Vastrakar (Indian Women Cricketer): Boyfriend, Age, Height, Records, Photos, Controversies and More

Born in Madhya Pradesh, Pooja Vastrakar is a budding fast bowler of India women's national cricket team. At the age of 15, she represented India Green Women Squad and it was the turning point of her career.

Full Name: Pooja Vastrakar

Nickname: Babulal, Babloo, Chota Hardik

Role: All-rounder

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium

Coach: Ashutosh Shrivastava

Cricket Career


Test Debut: N/A

ODI Debut: On 10th February 2018 in India vs South Africa

T20 Debut: On 13th February 2018 in India vs South Africa

Major Teams: India Green Women, Indian Women, Madhya Pradesh Women

On 9th March 2013, she made her major domestic debut in a Twenty20 match Odisha. As a professional cricketer, she also played for Shahdol divisional cricket association.

On 10th February 2018, she made her Women’s One Day International cricket debut for India while playing against South Africa. In the same month three days later on 13th Feb, she made her T20 International debut for India Women against South Africa.

In 2018 she was named in India’s squad for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournament which took place in West Indies. However, during a warm-up match, she got injured and was later ruled out of the competition.

Source: Facebook

Personal Life

Date of Birth: September 25, 1999

Current Age: 20 years

Birth Place: Bilaspur, Madhya Pradesh

Nationality: Indian

Address: Bilaspur, Madhya Pradesh, India

Zodiac Sign: Virgo

Domestic Teams: Madhya Pradesh Women, India Green Women, Shahdol divisional cricket association.


Father: N/A

Mother: N/A

Boyfriend: N/A

Marital Status: Unmarried

Source: Twitter

Physical attributes

Height: N/A

Weight: N/A

Eye Color: Black

Hair Color: Black


Cricketer: Jhulan Goswami

Cricketer: Commentator: N/A

Source: Twitter

Lesser-Known facts

She is the youngest among seven siblings (4 sisters and two brothers), and her mother died while she was just ten years old. However, she started playing cricket at a tender age of 4, but at that time her elder siblings and colony friends only allowed her to field which she thoroughly disliked.

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