Shraddha Kapoor an actress of Blooywood and famous for her dance moves mostly. Now, she ready to take the flick of the biopic of the Badminton star of India ‘Saina Nehwal’. Shraddha is looking familiar to Saina and the first look of Shraddha as Saina is here. Saina Nehwal, every sports lover knows her as a Badminton player. But, except for some, common people can’t know about her personal life, right..! So now, her biopic is coming to show her personals also. Saina Nehwal is proud of India and moreover proud of Telugu states.
She was a former 1st ranked Badminton player in the world and she has won over 23 international titles, which include ten Superseries titles. Although she reached the world’s 2nd in 2009, it was only in 2015 that she was able to attain the world no.1 ranking, thereby becoming the only female player from India and overall the second Indian player – after Prakash Padukone – to achieve this feat. She has represented India three times in the Olympics, winning a bronze medal in her second appearance.
Saina Nehwal – The first Woman of India:
Nehwal has achieved several milestones in badminton for India. She is the only Indian to have won at least a medal in every BWF major individual event, namely the Olympics, the BWF World Championships, and the BWF World Junior Championships. She is the first Indian badminton player to have won an Olympic medal, along with being the only Indian to have won the BWF World Junior Championships or to have reached to the final of the BWF World Championships.
In 2006, Nehwal became the first Indian female and the youngest Asian to win a 4-star tournament. She also has the distinction of being the first Indian to win a Super Series title. In the 2014 Uber Cup, she captained the Indian team and remained undefeated, helping India to win the bronze medal. It was India’s first medal in any BWF major team event. Nehwal became the first Indian to win two singles gold medals (2010 and 2018) in Commonwealth Games.
Considered she was the most promising player of the Yera 2008 award by Badminton World Federation. In 2010, the Government of India (GoI) conferred the Padma Shri, and in 2016, Padma Bhushan on her. Previously, the nation’s top two sporting honors, namely the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna and the Arjuna Award, were also conferred on her by the Government of India. Nehwal is a philanthropist and was ranked 18th on the list of most charitable athletes.