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Quick Info

DOB: 18th Feb 2002

Age: 22 Years

Hometown: Haryana


Manu Bhaker Wiki, Biography, Family, Age, Career & More


Manu Bhaker is the youngest Indian professional shooter who wins the glory after representing India at ISSF World Cup at 2018. She wins two gold meadals in World Cup and set a new record at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Let’s dive into more about this beautiful young shooter personal and professional career.
Full Name   Manu Bhaker

Personal Life

Manu Bhaker was born in a village named Goria in Jhajjar, Haryana. Her birth date is 18th February 2002.

Real Name   Manu Bhaker
DOB (Date of Birth)  18 Feb,2002
Birth Zone  Goria, Jhajjar, Haryana
Zodiac sign  Aquarius
Nationality   Indian
Hometown  Haryana
Religion   Hindu
Hobby  Needlework, bungee-jumping, ice-skating

Physical Stats

Height (approx.)
  • in centimeters164
  • in meters1.64
  • in feet inches5’4’’
Weight (approx.)
  • in kilograms - 50kg
  • in pounds 110
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black


Father  Ram Kishan Bhaker
Mother  Sumedha
Brother  Akhil 
Sister   None

Relationship & Love Life

Marital Status  Unmarried
BF/GF/Affairs  None
Spouse/Husband  None
Marriage Date  None
Son  None
Daughter  None

Educational Qualification

School  Universal Public Senior Secondary School

Favorite Things

Manu Bhaker had been awarded a cash prize of two crore rupees by Anil Vij, Harayana Sports Minister. From then the pistol shooter is hot topic in news with the screenshot of minister tweet which he has promised about the price.

Favorite Food  Namkeen rice, Gajjar ka Raita, Choorma
Favorite Shooter  Jaspal Rana, Heena Sidhu

Interesting Facts

  • Manu Bhaker’s Parents thought a very courageous girl from childhood
  • She loves bungee-jumping and ice-skating
  • Manu Bhaker was into various sports like judo, Kick-boxing, Tha-thang, cricket before choosing shooting as her main career.
  • National Games at 2017 she won 9 gold medals along with defeating Heena Sidhu. At 2018 International Shooting Sports Federation World Cup, she defeated Mexico’s two time champion Alejandra Zavala. She won gold medal also in Womens 10- meter air pistol and became the youngest Indian at the World Cup to win a gold medal.