Indian badminton star Saina Nehwal has additionally entered politics. Olympic bronze medalist Saina has joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Saina joined the social gathering on the BJP headquarters in New Delhi on Wednesday, 29 January.
Saina received the ladies's singles bronze medal on the 2012 London Olympics and have become India's first badminton participant to take action. Along with this, Saina has additionally received the Badminton World Championship 2 occasions. Saina had received the World Championship silver medal in 2015, whereas in 2017 she received the bronze medal.
Saina has been awarded Padma Bhushan
In 2016, Saina, 29, was additionally awarded the Padma Bhushan, the nation's third-highest civilian honor by the central authorities. <! –
Not solely this, Saina has additionally been honored with India's greatest sports activities award, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna and Arjuna Award. Wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt and Babita Phogat additionally joined BJP earlier than Saina Nehwal.
Saina has taken 22 Super Series and Grand Prix titles
Saina Nehwal, who earned an enormous title within the badminton world whereas dwelling in Hyderabad, was born on 19 March 1990 in Hisar, Haryana. She grew to become world primary on 23 May 2015 within the World Badminton Rankings. Saina is the primary Indian feminine badminton participant to succeed in this milestone.
Saina has 22 Super Series and Grand Prix titles. In addition, he received a bronze medal on the 2012 London Olympics. She grew to become the primary feminine participant to win a medal in badminton.
Biopic on Saina Nehwal
Badminton icon Saina Nehwal, who’s going to enter politics, can be making a biopic. Amol Gupte, the director of the biopic on his title 'Saina', says that the taking pictures of the movie will likely be accomplished in February. The movie stars Saina as actress Parineeti Chopra.
Though there was discuss of taking Shraddha Kapoor for the primary lead character for this biopic, Parineeti was later taken. In the movie, Manav Kaul performs the position of badminton legend Pullela Gopichand, who guided Saina.