International Kabaddi player Anup Kumar. On November 20, 1983, he was in the Haryana state village of Palra. He was a member of the Jaipur Pink Panther during season 6 of Pro Kabaddi and is nicknamed as “Captain Cool.” He formerly served as the Indian National Kabaddi Team’s captain.
In Sri Lanka for the 2016 South Asian Games, he made his kabaddi debut. India received the gold medal and went home. He played his first five seasons of professional kabaddi for U Mumba.
Player List For The Jaipur Pink Panthers In The 2018 VIVO Pro Kabaddi League
- Ajit Singh
- Lokesh Kaushik
- David Shilisia J Mosambayi
- Anup Kumar
- Selvamani K
- Gangadhari Mallesh
- Sunil Siddhgavali
- Anand Patil
- Deepak Niwas Hooda
- Brijendra Singh Chaudhary
- N Shiva Ramakrishna
- Nitin Rawal
- Young Chang Ko
- Mohit Chhillar
- Sandeep Kumar (Dhull)
- Bajirao Hodage
Anup Kumar Biography
|Anup Kumar (Kabaddi Player) Biography|
|Real Name||Anup Kumar|
|Nick Name||Anup, Captain Cool|
|Profession||Indian Kabaddi Player|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Body Shape||Chest- 42 Inches|
Waist- 32 Inches
Biceps- 14 Biceps
|Date of Birth||20 November 1983|
|Age(as in 2018)||35 Years|
|Birth Place||Palra, Haryana|
|Home Town||Palra, Haryana|
|Current City||Palra, Haryana|
|Debut||South Asian Games (2006)|
|Awards||Gold at South Asian Games|
Gold in 2010 & 2014 Asian Games
Arjuna Award (2012)
|Family||Father : Ransingh Yadav,Mother : Ballo Devi|
|Team||U Mumba (Season 1 to 5)|
Jaipur Pink (Season 6)
|Nature on field||Aggressive|
|Signature Move||Toe Touch|
|Girls, Affairs and More|
|Salary(approx)||Rs 30,00,000 (Pro Kabaddi Season 6)|
|Net Worth||Rs. 10-15 Crore|
|Facebook Page : @AnupKumarKabaddi03|
Some Interesting Information About Anup Kumar
- He was born and raised in a tiny Haryana town.
- In 2010 and 2014, he took home the gold medal from the Asian Games.
- Moreover, he won the gold medal at the South Asian Games in 2006, 2010, and 2016.
- The Indian government presented him with the Arjuna Award in 2012.
- Anup has participated in Pro Kabaddi games for U Mumba and the Jaipur Pink Panthers.