Neeraj Chopra has once again made India proud by winning gold at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary. The nation celebrated his victory, and Bollywood celebrities also sent their congratulations to the “golden boy of Indian athletics.” Kareena Kapoor Khan, Shahid Kapoor’s co-star in Jab We Met, shared a video on her Instagram stories and wrote, “So proud of you, #Champion.”
Kangana Ranaut, a National Award-winning actress, took to her Instagram stories to congratulate Neeraj Chopra on his gold medal win at the World Athletics Championships. She wrote, “Congratulations India. Undoubtedly the greatest of all time.” Farhan Akhtar, a director, also shared a photo of Chopra on his Instagram stories and congratulated him. He wrote, “Congratulations @neeraj_chopra. Onwards and upwards! #javelin #worldathletics.”
Vicky Kaushal, an actor, shared a collage of photos of Chopra’s wins at the Olympics, Diamond League, and World Athletics Championships. He called Chopra an “absolute legend.” Malaika Arora, an actress, also congratulated Chopra on his win. She wrote, “Another proud win for India! Congratulations @neeraj_chopra.”
Abhishek Bachchan, who is riding high on the success of his latest film “Ghoomer,” took to his Instagram Stories to congratulate Neeraj Chopra on his gold medal win at the World Athletics Championships. He wrote, “Once again, @neeraj_chopra has made us proud by winning gold in the men’s javelin throw competition. Congratulations!”
Anushka Sharma took to her Instagram Stories to congratulate Neeraj Chopra on his gold medal win at the World Athletics Championships. She wrote, “Congratulations @neeraj_chopra! This is remarkable. Such a proud moment for India.” Neeraj Chopra recorded his best throw of 88.17 meters in his second attempt. This was enough to secure the gold medal, with Pakistan’s Arshad Nadeem taking silver and Jakub Vadlejch of the Czech Republic taking bronze. Chopra’s victory is a source of inspiration for athletes all over India. He has shown that it is possible to achieve great things in athletics, regardless of one’s background or circumstances.