Parvin Amre made his first class debut in the Ranji Trophy in 1986-87 season where he represented Bombay (Now Mumbai). He then moved to Railways, Rajasthan and Bengal in turn. He was a consistent run scorer in domestic circuit.
His 246 for Rest of India against Bengal is still the highest by any batsman in the Irani Trophy. He kept scoring a galore of runs in the Duleep and Ranji Trophy, hence proved himself as a player best suited to the longer version of the game.
He made his international debut against South Africa in an ODI in 1991. A year later he was in the squad that toured South Africa. In the very first match he achieved a feat which not many have achieved so far and that is a ton in his maiden test and that too on foreign soil.
Unfortunately that was the only hundred that he scored in his entire career. A series of low scores meant he was dropped in 1994 and was never looked upon then by the selectors.