All About Chama Milind And His Cricket Career

Chama Milind is an Indian cricketer born on 4 September 1994. He made his debut at the age of 19. Moreover, he is a left-arm pacer who knows how to play the game efficiently. He is a left-handed batsman and left-arm medium bowler.

He has modified himself into a forefront seamer of the state, but his performance in the starting games was not satisfying. Furthermore, he is determined and passionate about cricket; therefore, he tries to make his game better day by day.

Chama Milind is considered to be one of the future’s finest cricketers.

Personal information of Chama Milind

Full nameChama Milind
Batting styleleft-hand bat
Bowling styleleft-arm medium
Weight65 kg
Body measurements
Eye colorBlack
Hair color
Date of birth5 September 1994
Zodiac sign
Home townHyderabad
Coach or mentor
Marital statusUnmarried

Family Background Of Chama Milind

He was born in the state of Telangana in the Hyderabad district. His father is an IPS officer CV Anand.

All Format Career Summary Of Chama Milind

Domestic Career

He is a member of the under-19 cricket team. From the beginning, he is considered a very handy batsman, and his performance is also outstanding in the short forms.

IPL Career

In February 2022, he was picked up by the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 2022 Premier League. He has played several sessions in the Indian Premier League with Sunrisers Hyderabad but could not get a chance to play in the team.

Moreover, he was purchased by Delhi daredevils in 2016 at the IPL auction for 10 lakh INR.

He played his debut session in 2013 for Sunrisers Hyderabad and made a hat-trick in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. However, he has not played too many matches but is considered an essential part of Sunrisers Hyderabad.

International Career

Milind represented India in the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2014, where he ended the match by taking seven wickets as India came fifth in the competition.

Achievements of Chama Milind 

  • He made a hat-trick in the Syed Ali Mushtaq trophy against Tamil Nadu in the South Zone leg of the tournament.
  • He was the top-level wicket-taker who took 17 wickets at an average of 14.58.