Mohsin Hassan Khan (15 March 1955) is a Pakistani cricket manager and former cricketer who played 48 Test and 75 ODI Tests from 1977 to 1986, primarily as an opening batsman. At the same time, he was also a useful founder.
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|Full Name:||Mohsin Hasan Khan|
|Profession(s):||- Cricket Coach,
- Cricket Commentator
- Film Actor
|Date of Birth:||15-03-1955|
|Age (as in 2022):||67 Years old|
|Birthplace:||Karachi, Sind, Pakistan|
|Test debut:||18 January 1980|
Brother - Iqbal Khan
Mohsin Khan Career
Mohsin Hassan played his first match as an opener for Pakistan against India in Lahore in 1982-83. He scored 101 not out in this match. The Pak team’s final score in this game is 135/1 which was the lowest score of the Pakistan team in Test cricket included with a century.
Mohsen was one of the minorities of South Asian players to have coped with conditions in Australia and England, scoring two successive centuries in Australia in 1983/84.
On March 2, 2010, Mohsin Khan was appointed to succeed Iqbal Qasim as the main selector for the Pakistan national cricket team.
|Madam X||Inspector Vijay||1994|
|Haathi Mere Saathi||Main Role||1993|
Batting Style: Right-hand bat
Bowling Style: Right-arm medium
Test debut: On Jan 18, 1978, vs England at National Stadium
Last Test: On Nov 20, 1986, vs West Indies at National Stadium
ODI debut: On Mar 16, 1977, vs West Indies at Albion Sports Complex
Last ODI: On Dec 02, 1986, vs Sri Lanka at Sharjah Cricket Stadium.
Facts About Mohsin Khan
Mohsin Khan is a famous Cricket Coach, Cricket Commentator, and Film Actor. Mohsin Khan was the appearance in batting.
Mohsin was Born on 15 March 1955 in Karachi, Pakistan.
His father was a Pakistani Navy officer and his US-educated mother worked as a teacher and deputy director.
He come through to sports early on, in tennis, swimming, cricket, and even became a budding Pakistani badminton champion.
Mohsin Khan married Reena Roy who is a popular Bollywood film industry star.
He also appears in the Indian film Batwara as Thakur Rajendra Singh in 1989.