Saina Nehwal, a badminton enthusiast, considers pursuing the sport full-time. When she starts training under an efficient coach, she soon becomes the best and ranks number one in the sport.
Champion. Olympic Medallist. The Doyen of Indian Badminton. Saina Nehwal is all of this and much more. This biopic chronicles the inspiring story of a gifted youngster’s ascendance to the pinnacle of the Badminton World through sheer passion and perseverance.
- Release date: March 26, 2021 (India)
- Country of origin: India
- Language: Hindi
- Production companies: Front Foot Pictures, T-Series
- Budget: ₹80 (estimated)
- Gross worldwide: $22,765
- Runtime: 2 hours 15 minutes
- Color: Color
- Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Cast: Amole Gupte, Parineeti Chopra, Paresh Rawal, Manav Kaul, Ankur Vikal, Meghna Malik, Shubraojyoti Barat, Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Sujay Jairaj, Rasesh Shah
Saina’s life was sober, relatively uncontroversial, and transparent and Amore Gupte always had a difficult task ahead of her. The fact that she is an active athlete only raises her expectations. Their path to world domination was far from rocky. She has very supportive parents, loving sisters, great friends, and her husband (Parupalli Kashyap) who is also her cheerleader. Since childhood, she was raised and loved like a winner.
No conflict to tear your heart out. Amol Gupte still tries to capture the tiger spirit behind Saina’s humble personality. His film is a feel-good story about India’s flagship badminton. Saina, this movie could have been more memorable, but it’s not enough to inspire young people.
Champions are not born overnight. you are made Usha and Hariyamvi couple from Hyderabad, Harveer Singh Her Newal’s daughter Saina Newal is the first Indian woman in 2015, and Prakash was ranked No. 1 in badminton in the world after Padukone. became an Indian woman and left her name in history. At just 31, she’s a sports enthusiast, her exploits, her coach Purella her feud with Gopichand, and why she owes it all to her parents and humble middle-class upbringing. I know very well if there are But there is always more to the story than meets the eye.
Even one sport has a clique of advocates and critics who can help you regain your confidence when you’re about to fail. Saina’s mother, who had been stuck at home for months after her near-fatal injury and watched the world go by, said, “You are Saina Newal.
Shernihai. Don’t let the world and the media think otherwise.” No. Self-doubt is your greatest enemy.Shaq ko apney dil mein ghar na karne dena.” That marks the beginning of Saina, a mother with a passionate ambition to make her daughter the best in the world. Saina knows how to be desperate and acts as a resounding ode to hopelessly optimistic mothers.