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|Born||December 17, 1988|
|Age||31 years 32 days|
|Teams||Punjab, Kings XI Punjab, Rajasthan Royals, North Zone, Panchkula Kings, Mizoram|
|Bat Style||Right Handed Bat|
|Bowl Style||Right-arm medium|
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Profile for Taruwar Kohli. Profile Updated On 19 Sunday January 2020 051811000000
Member of the Indian U-19 winning team that lifted the silverware under the leadership of Virat Kohli in 2008, Taruwar is one of the forgotten heroes for India who's career never really took off after the tournament, unlike the other Kohli, who's grown into a superstar. A flamboyant right-handed batsman and part-time medium pacer, Taruwar garnered 218 runs in six matches in the junior World Cup, including slamming three consecutive fifties and was a vital cog in India's batting. He finished as the third highest run-getter in the tournament.
It was a double whammy for the Punjab lad as post the WC triumph, Rajasthan Royals - the inaugural Champions of IPL - roped him in the drafts and he played a solitary game for the franchise. Taruwar made his way into the for Punjab Ranji trophy team a couple of months later and scored 79 in his maiden outing. Kings XI Punjab netted him in the second season of IPL and Taruwar played his last IPL game in 2009 against KKR before he hit a rough patch and his form started to deteriorate. Three years later, in the 2013-14 season, Taruwar came into the limelight once again after registering a fine triple hundred for Punjab in the quarterfinal of Ranji Trophy.
Soon after the conclusion of the competition, poor run haunted the right-hand batsman and Taruwar slid into the uncharted territory. In 2018, with BCCI expanding the domestic structure into 36 teams, Taruwar found a new lease of life and made a move to Mizoram. He created ripples by churning out 373 runs and also picked up 8 wickets, finishing as the highest run-scorer as well as the leading wicket-taker for his team. He was the shining light for Mizoram in an otherwise sorry campaign.