Neeraj Chopra, an Indian javelin thrower, became the first Indian to win a gold medal in athletics at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. Not only that, the fun fact is he’s just 23 years old. He received recognition instantly from the whole nation. In moments he became the national crush of the girls. Tweets have been flooding around regarding his resemblance with other actors.
On Saturday, Neeraj set down an early marker in the javelin throw final, registering a throw of 87.03 in his very attempt. He followed it up with an even better throw, 87.58m – a mark that no one else even came close to.
It is already very evident that the whole nation is very proud of him and people cannot stop replaying the video where he won the medal. The goosebumps all of us Indians get when we say the national anthem being played just because of his outstanding performance was unforgettable.
Speaking of Bollywood and actors, Neeraj was asked about his biopic and what he thinks about the idea. Neeraj replied, at this moment his main focus is on sports, and the biopic can wait until he has won more medals, awards and set more records like he did a few days back.
Connection between Neeraj Chopra And Rajinikanth
Rajinikanth is a 70-year-old actor and Neeraj is a young athlete. But just to show that they both are an integral part of India and they both do a great job at what they are assigned.
Just like other tweets and jokes, the Bollywood actor, Randeep Hooda also shared a highlight regarding the entire situation. Which did come out as weird as first but it did start making sense.
He compared Rajinikanth the Indian actor to Neeraj where he allegedly said, “Neeraj Neeraj Neeraj sounds like Rajini Rajini Rajini.”
That’s it !! 😜😂
— Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) August 9, 2021
Surprisingly people started agreeing, it reached out to a lot of people, with many likes, shares, and a ton of funny comments to the same.
The only difference. If Rajni sir throws Javelin it will never land. It continues flying. Distance is infinity.
Welldone Olympians of TEAM INDIA.
— Ajith Kumar (@jeeth1971) August 9, 2021
Ohhhh man…. No wonder 😯😯
— Gutta Jwala (@Guttajwala) August 9, 2021
If it is so please measure distance again it might be in kms….rajni sir😆😆😆😆😆
— Maneesh Sharma (@soodanmaneesh) August 9, 2021
Marvelous !!! अच्छा दिमाग लगाया भाई…! 👍👏😀 Good innovative thinking 😎😉🥇
— Niranjan Das (@get2das) August 9, 2021