Parvez Rasool ties his knots with a post graduate from the University of Kanpur

Parvez broke into the international scene because of his consistent performances in both the Ranji Trophy and the lucrative Indian Premier League.

Parvez Rasool
Parvez Rasool. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Jammu and Kashmir cricketer Parvez Rasool has tied his knots in his native Bijbehara Town. The marriage function took place 14 days ago as the bowling all-rounder got his life partner at the age of 28. However, only close friends and relatives were invited to the wedding as it was kept a quiet matter. The wedding was kept as modest as possible as Rasool wanted to keep it simple.

Rasool left for his in laws in a simple kurta-pajama paired with a black skull cap. He was accompanied by only four people on his way, said a relative. Mrs Parvez is from Heff-Shirmal, a village that falls on the Srinagar-Shopian highway, in Shopian district. She is a student of the University of Kashmir and completed her post Graduation from the same in Arabic revealed the relative.

Parvez broke into the international scene because of his consistent performances in both the Ranji Trophy and the lucrative Indian Premier League. He was selected for the Zimbabwe tour in 2013 but unfortunately did not get a cap to prove his mettle that time. he became the second cricketer after Vivek Razdan from Jammu and Kashmir to get selected for the national side.

His dream opportunity came when India toured Bangladesh in 2014. He got his first ODI cap in the series when the two teams clashed at Mirpur. He picked up two wickets in 10 overs conceding 6 runs. He has featured for several Indian Premier League sides in the name of Pune Warriors, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore. He has also featured in a T20 game for the national team when the Indians took on England at Kanpur in 2017. He contributed 5 runs with the bat before falling victim to a run out. He also took a wicket in his 4 overs conceding 32 runs. India ended up losing the match after stellar knocks from Joe Root and Eoin Morgan.