Humaira Kazi is an Indian cricketer who has played in many tournaments in Indian domestic cricket. She has played cricket for the Mumbai Cricket Association team, Mumbai Thunders, and the India B team. She is regarded as one of the all-rounders of Mumbai cricket. She was selected by Mumbai Capitals for the 2023 Women’s Premier League (WPL).
Humaira Kazi aka Humairaa Kaazi was born on 5 October 1993 (age 29 years; as of 2022) in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Her zodiac sign is Libra. She started playing cricket in her childhood and played for school and university teams.
Height (approx.): 5′ 7″
Weight (approx.): 50 kg
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Black
She was born into a Muslim family.
Parents & Siblings
Her father’s name is Zameer Kaazi, and her mother’s name is Shabana Kaazi. She has a sister named Falak and a brother named Muzammil.
Husband & Children
She is unmarried.
She represented Mumbai University in the All-India Inter-University Tournament. She has played cricket for Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) in various tournaments. She has played for the West Zone team in the BCCI domestic tournaments. She helped her team win the West Zone inter-university women’s cricket tournament organized by the University of Mumbai and Rizvi college under the MCA. She played for the Mumbai Cricket Association A team in the 2020-21 MCA’S Women One Day Tournament. In the 2020-21 Senior Women’s One Day Tournament, she represented Mumbai and scored a century in a match against Chandigarh. She captained the Mumbai Thunder team in the inaugural President’s Cup T20 women’s league and led them to win the tournament. In the final match, she took 4 wickets for 33 runs and scored 29 runs. In the 2023 Women’s Premier League auction, she was acquired by the Mumbai Indians team for 10 lakhs.
She wore Jersey Number 21 for Mumbai Thunders in the inaugural 2022-23 President’s Cup T20 women’s league.
- She has a right-handed batting style and right-arm off-spin.
- In the 2022-23 Senior Women’s Inter Zonal T20 Trophy, she hit the fastest fifty in only 21 balls.
- In the final match of the 2015 All-India Inter-University Tournament. she was playing for Mumbai University against Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar (GNDU). She was batting without a helmet and while she was taking a run, she was hit on the head by a ball thrown by the fielder. She immediately fell down after being hit and remained unconscious for a few minutes. She was then taken to a hospital, and a CT scan revealed a minor fracture of the skull.
- She is a pet lover and owns a cat.
- She likes to drive cars.
- She is a hotelier and runs her hotel Sayeban in Matheran, Maharashtra.