Rohit Sharma

Profession: Cricketer

Brother of Rohit Sharma

Vishal Sharma (Younger)

Daughter of Rohit Sharma

Samaira (born in 2018)

Father of Rohit Sharma

Gurunath Sharma (Worked as a caretaker of a transportation company storehouse)

Favourite Songs of Rohit Sharma

Tere Liye Hum Hai Jiye from the film Veer-Zaara (2004), Started From The Bottom by Drake

Mother of Rohit Sharma

Purnima Sharma

Wife/Spouse of Rohit Sharma

Ritika Sajdeh (Sports manager, m.2015-present)

Affairs/Girlfriends of Rohit Sharma

Sofia Hayat (Actress)
Ritika Sajdeh (Sports manager)

Favourite Actors of Rohit Sharma

Hrithik Roshan, Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan

Favourite Actresses of Rohit Sharma

Kareena Kapoor, Vidya Balan, Deepika Padukone, Megan Fox, Blake Lively

Favourite Car of Rohit Sharma

Aston Martin

Favourite Cricketers of Rohit Sharma

Batsman : Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag
Bowler : Harbhajan Singh

Favourite Destination of Rohit Sharma

New York

Favourite Directors of Rohit Sharma

David Dhawan, Priyadarshan, Imtiaz Ali, James Cameron

Favourite Films of Rohit Sharma

Bollywood: Veer-Zara, Hera Pheri, Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikander, Border
Hollywood: The Avengers, Iron Man, The Dark Night Rises

Favourite Food of Rohit Sharma

Aloo Parantha, Chinese cuisine, eggs

Favourite Hotel of Rohit Sharma

Long Beach Golf & Spa Resort, Mauritius

Favourite Shot of Rohit Sharma

Pull shot

Favourite Songs of Rohit Sharma

Tere Liye Hum Hai Jiye from the film Veer-Zaara (2004), Started From The Bottom by Drake

Controversies of Rohit Sharma

In the 2015 World Cup quarter-final match between India and Bangladesh, when Rubel Hossain took the wicket of Rohit Sharma, Pakistan's umpire Aleem Dar adjudged Rubel's full-toss as waist high 'no-ball'. However, TV replays showed that it was a real touch-and-go situation which could have gone either way. The very next day ICC president Mustafa Kamal who criticised "poor umpiring." ICC, however, claimed that it was a 50-50 call and umpire's decision must be respected.  

Information about Rohit Sharma

His family s financial condition was not good enough, so, he was sent to live with his grandparents in Borivali where he started playing 'Galli Cricket.'  He is a huge fan of the Real Madrid Football Club.  When he was in 6th standard, he joined a local club during his summer vacation, not as a batsman but as an off-spin bowler as there were too many batsmen.  He loves to sleep a lot.If not a cricketer, he would have been a real estate businessman.  He once said that he struggles to bat against Brett Lee.  His talent was first discovered by his school coach, Dinesh Lad when he took a couple of crucial wickets in a 10-over under-12 tournament in 1999.  Rohit s mother tongue is Telugu.  Earlier, he used to bat at No. 8 or 9, as a tailender, but when his coach saw potential in his batting, he promoted his batting order in the nets. And, for the first time, he opened in an inter-school 'Giles Shield' tournament match, where he scored career changing 120-odd runs.  Does Rohit Sharma drink alcohol?: Not Known  In 2009, he took an IPL hat-trick for Deccan Chargers against Mumbai Indians at Centurion, South Africa, by dismissing Abhishek Nayar, Harbhajan Singh, and Saurabh Tiwary.  He once bunked his school to meet Virender Sehwag.  Does Rohit Sharma Smoke?: No  He was born in Nagpur, and when he was 1� years old, his family moved to Dombivali in Mumbai s suburbs.  He is a firm believer of Lord Ganesha and visits the Siddhivinayak Temple before any tour. 

Information about Rohit Sharma

Pakistan, Australia 

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