Shivam Dube Biography – Age, Education, Personal Life, Career, Net Worth, Assets, and Records

Shivam Dube And His Family

Shivam Dube was born on June 26 1993, in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. His father’sfather’s name is Rajesh Dube, and his mother’s name is Madhuri Dube. His father used to do a dairy products business. After some time, his father started a jeans washing business and set up a factory in Bhiwandi, Maharashtra. 

Age, Physical Appearance, and Height

Shivam Dube was born on June 26 1993, and according to the calculation, his current age is 28 years.

Let’sLet’s Talk about his Height, Weight & Physical Status as the main things for the Cricket Industry. Fans also attract the Height, Weight & Physical Status of Shivam Dube is 180 cm and 1.80 m and feet inches- 5′ 11″. His weight is in kilograms- 70 kg. Weight.

Shivam Dube has a Waist Size of 32 Inches and a chest of 40 Inches, And biceps of 13 Inches. he has Black colour hair and Dark Brown colour eyes. Besides this, he is wearing a shoe size 10.


Shivam Dube completed his early education at Hansraj Morarji Public School, Mumbai. Then they graduate studies at Rizvi College, Mumbai received. For cricket coaching, his father got Shivam admitted to the Chandrakant Pandit Cricket Academy, Andheri West, Mumbai.

Personal Life

Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Rajasthan Royals all-rounder Shivam Dube has tied the knot. He married his long time girlfriend, Anjum Khan, in a private ceremony in Mumbai.


Domestic Career

Dube hogged the limelight when he peeled off five sixes in five balls off left-arm spinner Swapnil Singh on December 17 on the final day of their Ranji Trophy match against Baroda. It was the second time he had scored five sixes in an over after doing it against Pravin Tambe in the T20 Mumbai League in March.

Shivam Dube played junior cricket for his state before making it to the senior team in domestic cricket. Dube made his List A debut for Mumbai in Vijay Hazare Trophy in February 2017 against Rajasthan in Chennai. He made his Twenty20 debut in January 2016 for Mumbai during the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Dube’sDube’s first-class debut came in December 2017 when he played for Mumbai in Ranji Trophy against Karnataka. He took his maiden five-wicket haul in first-class cricket in the first innings.

IPL career

Just a day before the 2018 IPL auction, Shivam Dube caught the nation’s attention by plundering five sixes in five balls off left-arm spinner Swapnil Singh on December 17 on the final day Ranji Trophy match against Baroda. The auction held the next day in Jaipur saw the uncapped player garnering a lot of attention. Eventually, he was picked by Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for a whopping Rs 5 crore and is still with the team. He didn’t get many chances in the 2019 IPL, but the 2020 season is expected to be a breakthrough season for him as RCB had made their squad around Indian players.

International Career

T20 Career

Shivam Dube made his T20 debut against Bangladesh on November 3 2019, impacting the series decider.

With the series tied 1-1, India gambled in Nagpur by picking just five bowlers, including Dube, who had bowled three balls on his T20I debut in Delhi and then just two overs in the second match in Rajkot.

In Nagpur, with the series on the line, Dube teamed up with Deepak Chahar and triggered a game-changing Bangladesh collapse. Dube had leaked 23 runs in his first two overs. When he returned to the attack for the 14th over, Bangladesh needed 65 from 42 balls with seven wickets in hand, with half-centurion Mohammad Naim and the vastly experienced Mushfiqur Rahim in the middle.

Dube struck with the first ball of his new spell, tricking Mushfiqur with a slower cutter and having him chop on for a golden duck. Then, in his next over, he nailed an off-stump yorker to get rid of Naim for 81. This was the same game in which Deepak Chahar took record figures of 6 for 7 and created a world record.

India won by 30 runs, and Dube finished with figures of 3 for 30. It was only for the sixth time in 20 T20 games that he finished his quota of four overs.

However, the euphoria of success was plateaued when India toured New Zealand at the start of the year. Playing in the 5th T20 of the series, Shivam Dube was belted for 34 runs by the duo of Ross Taylor and Tim Seifert in the tenth over of the second innings during the fifth T20I. The 34-runs conceded by Dube in the over is now the second most expensive over bowled in the history of the format, behind Stuart Broad’sBroad’s 36 runs.

ODI career

Shivam Dube played his only ODI on December 15 2019, against West Indies. Dube had a forgettable debut as he scored a measly 9 runs before being scalped by Keemo Paul. He didn’tdidn’t fare much well in the bowling department either, as the Mumbai all-rounder was plundered for 68 runs in 7.5 overs.

Net Worth

Shivam Dube’s Net Worth is approximately USD 3 million, 22 crores rupees in Indian currency. He has gathered this massive amount from his BCCI salaries, IPL contracts, and private businesses.

Shivam Dube Assets:

House: Shivam Dube owns a luxury designer house in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Also, Shivam Dube owns multiple real-estate properties across the country.


  • Hit 5 sixes in 5 balls in a Ranji Trophy match
  • Second worst figures in an over in a T20I match (34)

Car Collection

The Car collection of Shivam Dube is quite Small. Shivam Dube owns a few of the best luxury cars in the world. Shivam Dube’sDube’s collection of cars includes a Mercedes SUV. Also, Shivam Dube owns multiple real-estate properties across the country.

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Riya Kapoor writes about lifestyle, entertainment, news and gadgets. She has been in this industry for almost 4 years now. She is a graduate from Delhi University with English Hons and had deep connection with writing since her childhood.

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