Jasprit Bumrah was recognized as the "find of the tour" by India Skipper MS Dhoni after his maiden ODI and T20 series against Australia. He earned the reputation as a York bowler with an unorthodox action. His bowling was a breakthrough in India's attack on opponent batsmen with an anomalous action and natural pace. The bowler's style became a center of attraction as it is hard for batsmen to determine the release point of his deliveries. This is the reason he turns out as a havoc over the pitch.
Bumrah has been playing alongside Mumbai Indians in IPL since 2013. His capability to hit the blockholes got him the tickets to international team, which the young bowler leveraged well. His style has impressions from Lasith Malinga, who passed him on the skill to use Yorker deliveries. Bumrah has earned a regular spot in the India A team before his debut. In 2014, he had to undergo a knee surgery that kept him out of the circuit for about four and a half months.
In 2015-16 season of Ranji Trophy, he emerged as the second highest wicket taker for Gujarat. He had a strong performance in the following Vijay Hazare Trophy nicking the top bowler's spot. In the tournament, he was the match winning player taking Gujarat to the victory mark. With intense record, he replaced an injured Mohammed Shami in the tour to Australia in 2015-16 for his debut match. In the series, he ended as the highest wicket taken for Dhoni's squad. He also played in the following World T20 in 2016 alongside the team. In January 2017, he played a crucial role in India's T20 victory over England.