Gautam Gambhir – Biography, Facts & Life Story

Gautam Gambhir
Nickname Gauti
Gender Male
Age 41 years old (in 2022)
Date of Birth October 14, 1981
Full Name Gautam Gambhir
Profession Cricketer
Nationality Indian
Birthplace New Delhi, India
Religion Hinduism
Zodiac Sign Libra

Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Body Measurements 38-30-12 inches
Bodytype Athletic
Height 5 Feet 6 Inches (1.67 m)
Weight 66 Kg (145 lbs)
Waist 30 inches
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Brown
Shoe Size 10 (US)


Gautam Gambhir Education

Qualification: Graduate

School: Modern School, New Delhi

College: Hindu College, University of Delhi

Gautam Gambhir Career

Profession: Cricketer

Known For: hundreds in five consecutive test matches


ODI- 11 April 2003 against Bangladesh
Test- 13 November 2004 against Australia
T20- 13 September 2007 against Scotland

Net Worth: INR ₹147 crore approx

Family & Relatives

Father: Deepak Gambhir

His father Deepak Gambhir

Mother: Seema Gambhir

His mother Seema Gambhir

Sister: Ekta (younger)

Marital Status: Married

Wife: Natasha Jain

His wife Natasha Jain

No. of Children: 2

Daughter: Anaiza Gambhir, Aazeen Gambhir

His daughter’s Anaiza Gambhir, Aazeen Gambhir

Gautam Gambhir Favorites

Hobbies: Traveling, Long Drives, Reading

Favorite Actor: Sourav Ganguly, Sylvester Stallone

Favorite Movie: Bollywood- Kahaani, Vicky Donor, Paan Singh Tomar Hollywood- Rambo series

Favorite Destination: United Kingdom

Favorite Food: Rajma chawal, Butter chicken, Dahi bhalla

Favorite Color: Black, Brown

Favorite Cars: BMW Gran Turismo

Facts You Never Knew About Gautam Gambhir

  • Gautam Gambhir was born on October 14, 1981.
  • Gambhir made his ODI debut against Bangladesh in the TVS Cup in 2003. In his third match, he scored 71 and was named Man of the Match.
  • He made his Test debut in 2004 against Australia in the fourth and last test match of the Border Gavaskar Trophy but did not score much.
  • His maiden Test century came against Bangladesh in December 2004.
  • Later that year, he made 97 in Zimbabwe but failed to reach 30 against Sri Lanka at home, and as a result, he was dropped from the Test team.
  • He scored his maiden century, 103 off 97 balls, against Sri Lanka in 2005.
  • He played a number of One Day Internationals between 2005 and 2007 while he was out of the Test squad.

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