Child Actor From Film Saina – Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye Bags U-15 Girls Title In Badminton

Naishaa Kaur
Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye won the U-15 girls singles title at the Ashwani Gupta Memorial All India Sub Junior Ranking Badminton Tournament. Naishaa Kaur was seen as young Saina in the film Saina.

The 13-year-old badminton player from Chembur trains at both the Jitesh Padukone Shuttlers’s Academy and the Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy, and travels between Mumbai and Hyderabad to pursue her dream of being an ace badminton player.

She was in the role of young Saina in the film Saina which is a 2021 Indian Hindi-language biographical sports film directed by Amole Gupte and produced by T-Series and Front Foot Pictures’ Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Sujay Jairaj, and Rashesh Shah. Parineeti Chopra plays badminton player Saina Nehwal in the film, which is based on her life.

Here is all you need to know about Naisha Kaur:

– After witnessing Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye at the North Indian Association, Shraddha Kapoor offered her name to the director, and she received her first job.
– The film was based on the life of Saina Nehwal, India’s most famous badminton player. Saina’s path from childhood to becoming the world-
beater she is now was recorded in the film.
– Kaur began playing badminton at the age of seven and has since won numerous tournaments across the country.

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– The Chembur girl is a former Mumbai under-11 champion and Maharashtra state number one in the under-13 category.
– Kaur was one of seven young prospects chosen for full-time training at the Pullela Gopichand Academy in Hyderabad in 2019, and she entered
the top ten national rankings in both the girl’s singles and doubles at the under-12 age category.
– In her brief career, Naishaa Kaur has demonstrated a great deal of
promise and is unquestionably a prodigy. And with Pullela Gopichand watching over her, she might just be in the right hands to make it big in the world.
– “When I shot the movie, I was just nine years old. For the 20-30 minute role, I shot for about a month and a half. Playing the role of my hero was a dream come true. Because of her, I began playing badminton”, she said to Mid-Day

She is now a true champion, and her arduous path is inspiring people on social media. People are complimenting and congratulating her on her accomplishments.