Zaheer Khan is one of India's most successful fast bowlers in World Cup history. He played a crucial role in India's 2011 World Cup victory and took a total of 44 wickets in World Cup tournaments.
Srinath was India's premier fast bowler during the 1990s and early 2000s. He took 44 wickets in World Cup matches, making him one of India's leading wicket-takers in the tournament.
The legendary leg-spinner Anil Kumble was known for his accuracy and control. He claimed 31 wickets in World Cup games, providing a spin option for India.
Kapil Dev, India's 1983 World Cup-winning captain, was a dynamic all-rounder. He took 28 wickets in World Cup tournaments, along with his famous innings with the bat.
Harbhajan Singh, a prolific off-spinner, claimed 27 wickets in World Cup matches and was a vital part of the Indian bowling attack.
Nehra was a left-arm fast bowler known for his ability to swing the ball. He took 44 wickets in his World Cup career, contributing to India's campaigns.
Prasad was a key medium-fast bowler for India in the 1990s. He took 25 wickets in World Cup matches, showcasing his ability to strike with the new ball.
Although primarily a batsman, Yuvraj Singh was a handy bowler. He claimed 20 wickets in World Cup tournaments, including his memorable six-wicket haul against England in 2011.
Madan Lal played a pivotal role in India's 1983 World Cup triumph. He took 31 wickets in World Cup matches, including key wickets in the final.
Ashwin is a world-class off-spinner who has taken 17 wickets in World Cup games. He continues to be an important part of India's spin-bowling arsenal.