|Region||Bishigram (Chail) Valley|
|Extinct||for at least 3 generations|
Badeshi is a purported but unattested Indo-Iranian language spoken in Pakistan. Its distinctiveness is unconfirmed; it may simply be a family name. It has not been spoken for at least three generations.
Muhammad Zaman Sagar, a field linguist, has worked on this language. But as a result of his research during two years, he has collected only about one hundred words. In July 2007 he visited the Bishigram valley again and spent some days with the people there.