Cricket sensation who cemented his superstar-in-the-making status when he scored more runs than any Indian in U19 World Cup history, knocking more than half a dozen half-centuries in the process.
He first appeared with the U19 team at the 2014 U19 World Cup. The next year, he made his Indian Premier League debut at the age of 17, the youngest player ever to appear in the IPL.
He first played in the Ranji Trophy in 2014-2015 with Mumbai. He later joined Uttar Pradesh, his father's home state.
He was born to Tabassum and Naushad Khan and has two siblings.
He's been coached by former cricketer Rahul Dravid.