Made his T20I debut against Zimbabwe in Harare in June 2010. Playing in his third ICC WT20.
He is the highest wicket-taker for India in T20I.
India’s leading wicket-taker in the ICC WT20 2014 with 11 wickets at just 11.27 apiece with an economy-rate of 5.35 runs per over.
He won two player of the match awards in that tournament, against Bangladesh (2-15) and against Australia (4-11)
Achieved number-one bowler and all-rounder rankings in 2015.