Bismah Maroof was born on 18 July 1991 (age 30 years; as in 2021) in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. She was selected for the “Pakistan Women’s National Cricket Team” while she was studying eighth grade. And they gave up their studies. Not much is known about his parents
- Name – Bismah Maroof
- Nickname – Bismah
- Birthday – 18 July 1991
- Age – 30 (as in 2021)
- Citizenship – Pakistani
- Religion – Islam
- Zodiac/Sun Sign – Cancer
- Born In – Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
- Hometown – Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
- Profession – Cricketer (All-Rounder), Women Cricketer
- Famous As – Captain (Pakistan Women’s National Cricket Team)
- Debut ODI – Pakistan vs India Women (13 December 2006)
- Debut T20 – Pakistan vs Ireland Women (29 May 2009)
- Batting – Left-handed
- Bowling – Right Arm Leg Break Spin
Bismah Maroof Family Details
- Father – Name Not Known
- Mother – Name Not Known
- Sibling – 2
Boyfriend, Affairs and More
- Affairs/Boyfriends – Not Known
- Marital Status – Married (28 November 2018)
- Husband Name – Abrar Ahmed (Software Engineer)
- Children – N/A
- Daughter – N/A
- Son – N/A
Photos & Images
- School – Local school in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
- College – Did Not Attend
- Qualifications – 7th
Physical Stats & More
- Height – 168 cm (in feet inches- 5′ 6″)
- Weight – 60 kg (in pounds- 132 lbs)
- Body Measurements – Not Known
- Eye Colour – Black
- Hair Colour – Black
Facts About Bismah Maroof
- Bismah Maroof is a Pakistani cricket player and the captain of the “Pakistan Women’s National Cricket Team.”
- Bismah joined the Pakistan team when she was just 15 years old. She was handpicked by the former Pakistani cricketer, Imtiaz Ahmed who was the selector of the Pakistan women’s team then.
- She did not want to become a cricketer while growing up. Her parents loved cricket, so they persuaded her to join the sport and take it up professionally.
- Bismah wanted to become a doctor when she was in the eighth standard, and it was during this time that she got selected for the “Pakistan Women’s National Cricket Team.”
- She did not want to leave her studies when she got selected. However, her parents said that cricket was her future, and she should make it a priority.
- In 2010, she was a part of the Pakistan team that won the Gold medal against Bangladesh in the “2010 Asian Games” held in China.
On 28 July 2018, she had to undergo a surgery due to a severe sinus problem and blurry vision in her right eye. She shared that the doctors had told her that she might never play cricket again after the surgery; as the surgery had to be done close to her brain, which might hamper her vision. However, her surgery went well, and she was able to play further
- She likes reading religious books; as it helps her deal with stress.
- In March 2018, she led Pakistan to win a series against Sri Lanka. Pakistan’s victory was a clean sweep, and it was only the second time that Pakistan won a series 3-0.