Sindhu Silver Shines as Gold for India
PV Sindhu had won the billions of Indian hearts with her Silver at Rio Olympics 2016. Following her win in semi finals against Japan's Nazomi Okuhara she faced World no.1 champion Spain's Carolina Marin in the final of Gold Medal Match.
After a very hard match PV Sindhu lost the final and became a silver medalist. She is the first Indian to win Silver at Olympics and fifth women to win Olympics medal for nation. Carolina Marin won the finals with 2-1 facing toughest competition and smashes from Sindhu. At the winning point there was in tears from Carolin Marin and Sindhu hugged her with pleasant smile.
Winner is in tears and loser sports a smile. Sindhu helped Marin and both have given mutual respect and humble gestures. Sindhu picks up Marin's racquet which was left on court and placed in a proper place.
Sindhu and her silver shines as Gold in all Indian's heart. Several prizes and appreciation are waiting for her in her home place. Telangana Government announced Rs. One crore and land as gift to her. Madhya Pradesh government is ready to gift Rs. 50 crores and Hyderabad Badminton Federation President is ready to present her with BMW. Several other prizes are waiting for her in and out of her state.
Along with PV Sindhu, her coach Pullela Gopichand is appreciated by everyone. He had a phenomenon growth as badminton to coach. A biopic is planned on him that will be shot in Hindi and Telugu. He had been Badminton Champion at 2001. He had won his first National Badminton Championship title in 1996. He had won Silver and Bronze in 1998 common wealth games. In 2001 he won prestigious All England Open Badminton Championships after defeating world no.1 Peter Gade.
His biopic will be produced by Abhisek Nama who said Gopichand life is with struggles, love, emotions and challenge before becoming as the Badminton Champion. It will be directed by National Award winning director Praveen Sattaru. The film is set to go on floor from this November.