Celebrities extend their wishes on social media after Indian Javelin Thrower Neeraj Chopra wins gold medal in Olympics 2020

Neeraj Chopra bio

Indian Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra has created history by winning the gold medal in Olympics 2020 and he became the first track and field athlete from the nation to win a medal for the nation and when it is gold the happiness reaches to another level. The gold medal is also India’s first Olympic medal in track-and-field events. It took India’s medal count at Tokyo 2020 to seven – their best-ever haul at a single Olympics. India had won six medals at London 2012 but there were no gold medals.

The Indian javelin thrower then improved to 87.58m with his second throw to maintain his place at the top and went only 76.79m in his third attempt. However, he had done more than enough to get three additional attempts.

Celebrities including politicians, film stars extend their wishes on social media on Neeraj Chopra’s historic gold medal achievement. Let us check the same in the description below

Starting with Track and Field sensation athlete PT Usha wrote on her official Twitter account

“Realised my unfinished dream today after 37 years. Thank you my son @neeraj Chopra”. PT Usha tweeted.

Former Sports Minister and current Law Minister of India Kiren Rijiju lauded Neeraj Chopra for winning historic gold in athletics and fulfilling the dreams of Milkha Singh.

Bollywood Superstar Salman Khan priases Neeraj Chopra for winning gold medal at the big stage and asked him to continue his hardwork like this

Athletics Federation of India wrote on his official Twitter handle that 125 year of wait of winning medal for India in athletics has been fulfilled today and added that they are speechless on his achievement.

Another Bollywood Superstar Akshay Kumar congratulated ace Javelin thrower for his outstanding achievement and added that his victory has brought a smile on the faces of  1.3 billion Indians.

Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu wrote on her official Twitter account and praised Chopra for creating history in one of the biggest sporting events in the world.