KhelGyani Rohit Kumar page
|Full name||Rohit Kumar Chillar|
|Born||19 January 1990|
|League||Pro Kabaddi League|
|Team||Bengaluru Bulls, Patna Pirates|
|Coached by||Randhir Singh, BC Ramesh|
Rohit Kumar Chillar is an Indian Kabaddi player who plays for Indian national kabaddi Team internationally, and for Bengaluru Bulls in the domestically played Pro Kabaddi League (PKL). He is one of the best raider in the PKL.
Early life[edit | edit source]
Rohit was born in Nizampur, Panipat, Haryana. His father's dream was to see him playing for his country. To complete his father’s dream he started playing Kabaddi at a young age of 10 years old. Due to weak financial background his father was not able to give him any professional training, but stood firm in support to fulfill a dream which had also become Rohit’s and gave training at home. What makes him such a lethal raider is his exceptional raiding skills combined with his ability to handle pressure well. When there are 6-7 defenders in court he uses his Bonus and turning skills very effectively.
Rohit has played Kabaddi with players like Manjeet Chillar, Mohit Chillar and Rakesh Kumar as all of them hail from the same village. Just like all top raiders he has a lot of variety and uses them effectively. When there are 5 defenders or 2 defenders in the opposition he uses Hand touch & Running hand touch, in three Escape, And for 4 defenders he relies on turning skills. Frog jump is one of his signature moves.
Professional life[edit | edit source]
Rohit is part of the Indian Navy which he got admitted as a sports quota entry. Presently, in Season 6 he plays for the Bengaluru Bulls in the Pro Kabaddi League as their leading raider for which he is paid Rs 89.1 Lakhs He is presently coached by Randhir Singh and BC Ramesh
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