Parvesh Bhainswal Wiki, Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Family, Biography & More

Parvesh Bhainswal


Parvesh Bhainswal is an Indian professional Kabaddi player, who has played as a defender for the Indian national team. He was a part of the Indian Kabaddi team for the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, China.


Parvesh Bhainswal, also known as Parvesh Malik, was born on Saturday, 12 April 1997 (age 26 years; as of 2023) in Sonipat district, Haryana, India. His zodiac sign is Aries. He belongs to Bhainswal village in Sonipat district.

A childhood image of Parvesh Bhainswal

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree. When Parvesh was young, he used to watch his elder brother play Kabaddi, after which he developed an interest in the sport and began to participate in tournaments. After the death of his father, he decided to quit playing; however, his brother supported him and told him to continue playing.

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 10″

Weight (approx.): 75 kg

Hair Colour: Dark brown

Eye Colour: Black

Body Measurements (approx.): Chest: 40 inches, Waist: 32 inches, Biceps: 15 inches


Parents & Siblings

He has an elder brother named Savesh Malik.

Parvesh Bhainswal with his mother


He is unmarried.


Parvesh played in the Under-14 school games, and his talent was recognized during the University Nationals when coach Jaivir Sharma spotted him. Following this, he joined the Sports Authority of India in Gandhinagar. He has participated in many domestic tournaments, representing both the Income Tax and Railway teams.

Parvesh Bhainswal after winning a medal in a Kabaddi match during the initial days of his career

In 2020, he played with the Indian Railways team and won gold in the 67th Senior National Kabaddi Championship. In 2022, he, along with his team, won a trophy and gold medal at the 69th Men’s Senior National Kabaddi Championships.

Parvesh Bhainswal after winning a gold medal at the 69th Men’s Senior National Kabaddi Championship


In 2019, he participated as a member of the Indian Kabaddi team and won gold in the 13th South Asian Games in Kathmandu, Nepal. In June 2023, he was a part of the Indian Kabaddi team which won gold at the 11th Asian Kabaddi Championship held in Busan, South Korea.

Parvesh Bhainswal during the final match at the 11th Asian Kabaddi Championship

In 2023, Parvesh was a member of the Indian team that secured a gold medal in the Asian Games finals in Hangzhou, China. The team emerged victorious in a controversial final, defeating Iran with a score of 33-29.

Pro Kabaddi League

Parvesh’s appearance in the national team drew the attention of the Jaipur Pink Panthers, who recruited him for Season 4 of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL). In 2016, Parvesh Bhainswal made his Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) debut as a player of the Jaipur Pink Panthers team.

Parvesh Bhainswal while defending for Jaipur Pink Panthers in Season 4 of PKL

In 2017, at the auction for PKL season 5, he was bought by the Gujarat Fortune Giants team for Rs 25 lakhs. In season 5, he earned 48 tackle points in 24 matches with 4 Super Tackles. In season 6 of PKL, he sold again to Gujarat Fortune Giants for Rs 35 lakhs. During the 6th season of the Pro Kabaddi League, he delivered an impressive performance. He achieved his personal highest tackle score with 86 tackle points in 25 matches, including 4 Super Tackles. In 2019, he earned 55 tackle points in 22 matches in PKL season 7. In 2021, he was retained as a member of Gujarat Giants in season 8 of PKL.

In the 2022 season 9 of the Pro Kabaddi League, he was sold for Rs 62 lakhs and Parvesh Bhainswal played for the Telugu Titans in the Pro Kabaddi League, showcasing his skills as a left cover and earning six High 5s in 21 games. Parvesh was retained by Telugu Titans in the August 2023 Auctions for PKL 10.


  • Gold medal at the 13th South Asian Games (2019)

    Indian team after winning gold at the 13th South Asian Games

  • Gold medal at the 11th Asian Kabaddi Championship (2023)

    Parvesh Bhainswal after winning gold at the 11th Asian Kabaddi Championship

  • Gold medal at the 19th Asian Games (2023)

Bike Collection

He has a Royal Enfield bullet.

Parvesh Bhainswal sitting on his Royal Enfield bullet

Car Collection

He owns a Hyundai Verna and Mahindra Scorpio.

Parvesh Bhainswal with his Hyundai Verna

Parvesh Bhainswal sitting on the bonnet of his Mahindra Scorpio car


  • Film: Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (2001)


  • Apart from being an Internationa Kabaddi player, he also works as a TT in the Indian Railways.
  • In his leisure time, he likes to watch films.
  • He and his cousin Sunil Malik started playing Kabaddi at the age of 11-12. In an interview, while talking about how he started playing Kabaddi in the first place and turned into a professional Kabaddi player, he said,

    It all started in school after watching our elder brothers play Kabaddi. At that time, we just used to play for fun, but as things progressed and we participated in U-14 nationals and school nationals, and we began to realise that there was potential for us in kabaddi. Since then we haven’t looked back and here we are on the Pro Kabaddi League stage.”

  • In an interview, he revealed that if he had not become a Kabaddi player, he would be a wrestler.
  • He is an animal lover.

    Parvesh Bhainswal with a pet dog