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|Also Known As||:||Aashi|
|Date of Birth||:||19 September 1977|
|Age||:||(as in 2017) 40 Years|
|Height||:||in centimeters- 178 cm|
in meters- 1.78 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 10”
|Sun sign / Zodiac sign||:||Virgo|
|Eye Colour||:||Black and Brown|
|Hair Colour||:||Brown and Black|
|Born In||:||Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India|
|Address||:||Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India|
Aakash Chopra Family Details
|Father Name||:||Shyam Lal Chopra|
|Mother Name||:||Chitra Puri (Astrologer)|
|Siblings (Brothers & Sisters)||:||Sister- Aekta Chopra|
|Chidrens ( Son & Daughter)||:||Daughter- Aarna Chopra|
|Spouse / Partner / Wife:||:||Aakshi Mathur|
Aakash Chopra Favorites, Social Links, Money Factor, Etc.
|Favorites||:||Favourite Cricketer Kapil Dev|
Favourite Batsmen Virat Kohli, Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Favourite Bowler Mitchell Marsh
|Famous As||:||Former Indian Cricketer, and Commentator|
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Aakash Chopra Biography & Biodata
An opening drummer, Chopra started his cricket tour with Sonnet Cricket Club in Delhi. He represented Delhi in the West Indies in 1995. He represented Delhi at the under-16 and under-19 levels and was selected to play in the North Zone in both age categories and visited Sri Lanka with the under-19 team. .
Aakash Chopra Career
|Chopra made his test debut in Ahmedabad against New Zealand at the end of 2003 while India was looking for a partner for his teammate from Delhi, Virender Sehwag. Chopra's international career began well, marking two half-centuries against New Zealand in 2003/04 at the second test at Mohali. During the 2003-2004 tour of Australia, he participated in many strong partnerships with Virender Sehwag, including two-century opening partnerships in Melbourne and Sydney. Chopra's work on seeing the new balloon saw him credited with the big points that India has accumulated in this series when middle-class drummers Rahul Dravid, V.V. S. Laxman and Sachin Tendulkar have regularly compiled great centuries.|
On the next tour in Pakistan, he compiled another centenary with Virender Sehwag while India scored more than 600 points in the first rounds to set up a big defeat in the round of 16 against Pakistan in the first Multan Test. . However, in the second Test, Indian drummers failed in a lost effort, with the exception of a century of Yuvraj Singh, who played in place of injured captain Sourav Ganguly. When Ganguly returned for the last test, it was Chopra who was eliminated and Yuvraj retained.
Chopra was reintroduced as Sehwag's partner in the 2004 Border-Gavaskar Trophy after Tendulkar was injured for the First Test in Bangalore. However, a big loss saw Chopra eliminated for the next match in Chennai after Tendulkar's return, with Yuvraj up at the opening of the heats. Yuvraj also struggled, and Chopra was recalled for the third test in Nagpur. However, a double failure of Chopra, since Australia won a series in India for the first time in 35 years, saw it for the last time, after its career average dropped gradually from 46.25 to 23. Chopra was replaced by his teammate in Delhi, Gautam Gambhir, has since been overtaken by Gambhir and Wasim Jaffer in the Sehwag partner race on the Test side. Due to its low rating, it was not considered for One Day Internationals.
He played for Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 1, IPL 2, but was sent back to India as he was found unfit for T-20 games played in IPL 2. In IPL 4, he had been signed by Rajasthan Royals.
After a long time representing Delhi, Chopra joined Rajasthan as a guest player in the Ranji Plate division. He helped Rajasthan become the first Plate division team to win the Ranji Trophy, followed by another Ranji Trophy win in the 2010-2011 season. He has won three Ranji titles in total - one with Delhi and two with Rajasthan. He is one of the few Indian cricketers to have scored more than 10,000 first-class races.