Rising Star: Shubman Gill, hailed as one of the world's best batters, made his international debut in 2019 and is seen as the successor to Virat Kohli in Indian batting. Credit: Instagram

U-19 World Cup Hero: Gill's career took off as he played a vital role in India's U-19 World Cup victory in 2018, earning him the "Player of the Series" award. Credit: HT Photo

Test Cricket Success: In 18 Tests, Gill has scored 966 runs, including two centuries, with an average of 32.20, showcasing his prowess in the longest format. Credit: Social Media

Impressive Debut in Australia: During India's historic Test series win in Australia in 2021, Gill's composure and performance earned him acclaim, with his 91 at the Gabba being particularly memorable. Credit: Twitter

ODI Dominance: Gill excels in ODIs, with 1,514 runs at an impressive average of 63.08, including four centuries, and a record-breaking double century against New Zealand. Credit: Social Media

Youngest Double-Centurion: Gill made history by becoming the youngest double-centurion in ODI history at just 23 years old. Credit: Instagram

T20I Milestones: He has played 11 T20Is, scoring 304 runs with a century to his name, making him the youngest Indian to achieve this feat. Credit: Twitter

Consistency and Promise: With 2,784 runs in 58 international matches, Gill is on track to become an all-time great in world cricket, known for his remarkable consistency. Credit: Twitter

IPL Success: In the IPL, he has represented KKR and GT, with 2,790 runs in 91 matches, including three centuries, and was a key player in GT's debut IPL win. Credit: Twitter

Orange Cap Winner: Gill became the youngest 'Orange Cap' winner in IPL history, scoring 890 runs in one season and helping his team reach the finals. Credit: Twitter